Collect your pounds, consider what you want in a tablet. If size is an issue then the HTC 7″ Flyer should easily fly into your pocket once you’ve put in the investment (money fly out of pocket). So why today? Is Friday the 13th lucky in Europe? Well if not lucky the 13th is as the Germans would say ‘egal’ for HTC who seem to be looking to do what the Romans couldn’t, conquer the world (of technology). The HTC Flyer 7″ is powered with Android 2.3 The manufacturer has promised an upgrade to Android 3.0 Honeycomb, but it is unknown when this will arrive.
Pricing for the HTC Flyer starts at £479.99 for the 16GB Wi-Fi only edition and you can add the 32GB 3G/Wi-Fi-enabled model to your shopping cart for £599.99. Our very own Randy profiled the US release of the HTC Flyer with an earlier post including all the specs and more.. You can get it at the HTC Store as well as retailers including Amazon, Carphone Warehouse and Expansys. This tablet is ideal for the business man who’d like one they can easily conceal inside of a suit jacket. You can add a little fire power with this:
Everything is in the name, it’s a pen but its magic. Meet the HTC Flyer Magic Pen ST D500 (Includes battery). Featuring two buttons which erase and highlight text, of course if you have the skill you can draw as well. Flying with the HTC Flyer in economy is fine, but there’s nothing like first class. Modestly priced at 47.99 GBP.