Popular HTC Articles for 2011
The HTC Flyer is a different kind of tablet. Instead of sporting Honeycomb and the same specs as the rest of the current Android lineup, HTC instead released a 7-inch[...]
The HTC Flyer won't debut for a while, but TabletPCReview was able to get its very own Flyer well ahead of schedule, and we've given it a good once over.[...]
The HTC EVO View 4G is a 7-inch Android tablet that is the first to support Sprint's 4G WiMAX network. Outside of the 4G, it's the second device to sport[...]
Finally, HTC has entered the tablet market at Mobile World Congress with the HTC Flyer Android tablet, which combines what HTC calls "natural touch and pen interaction" with Google Android[...]
It seemed that in the age of the iPad, there was no longer room for pen-powered tablets, sans a handful of Windows 7 convertibles and slates. HTC is hoping to[...]
Even though Mobile World Congress 2011 is nearing its end, HTC made a splash, as the EVO maker launched its first tablet, an Android-powered device dubbed "Flyer". Sporting an N-trig[...]
Two new Wi-Fi only Android tablets are coming to Best Buy, as sales of the Acer Iconia A500 have already begun, and the HTC Flyer is extremely close behind.
The biggest consumer electronics trade show in Europe, IFA, will open its doors in Berlin on September 2. Samsung is expected to lead with a new Galaxy Tab and the[...]
The most significant news this week was Google CEO Eric Schmidt passing the torch to Larry Page, but there's also news about the Toshiba Honeycomb tablet, HTC, Notion Ink Adam,[...]
Just days after launching the EVO View 4G tablet, Sprint has released a software update that adds Netflix compatibility. The EVO View 4G joins a small number of Android smartphones,[...]
While HP was slashing tablet prices, other news broke, such as Twitter creating an HTML5-based site for the iPad, Pierre Cardin offering an absurdly expensive Android tablet, and leaked screenshots[...]
It appears HTC's first quad-core tablet has been revealed, just days after HTC CEO Peter Chou confirmed its existence.
A couple of anticipated new tablets are making the rounds on YouTube, with a collection of promotional videos showcasing the HTC Flyer and ASUS Eee Pad Transformer making appearances on[...]
It seemed like HTC had quietly ditched the Flyer moniker, which had been all over the tablet at the Mobile World Congress, for the U.S. market. However it turns out[...]
No need to wait for the upcoming HTC Flyer if you're looking to use a stylus on your tablet, because Wacom has a solution for you in the form of[...]
HTC has been conspicuously quiet on the tablet front, using the recent CES showcase to unveil the Thunderbolt smartphone while rival device maker Motorola wowed attendees with the Xoom Honeycomb[...]
The news that the HTC Flyer stylus would ship separately from the Android tablet at an added cost of $80 was met with a collective groan. Best Buy has apparently[...]
Sprint has just finished unveiling the HTC EVO View 7-inch Android tablet, releasing full product details and a ton of information on the device during a CTIA showcase event.
News of the Amazon Kindle Fire has burned less than a week, and tablet makers are already feeling the heat and lowering prices in response to the $200 Amazon tablet.[...]
Best Buy, the exclusive retailer of the HTC Flyer 7-inch tablet with pen-input technology, has announced an official launch date for the device.