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HTC Flyer 7 inch Tablet PC (16GB, WiFi, Android)

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16GB, WI-FI ONLY
  • The HTC Flyer’s magic pen transforms anything. It can draw, paint, write, and even retouch pictures
  • HTC Flyer transforms into a portable cinema for your viewing pleasure
  • Comes equipped with dual speakers for a much richer listening and entertainment experience
  • Take great shots with the 5MP camera and capture life in HD with the 720p HD camcorder
  • Take family photos to another level with HTC’s new Snapbooth
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Product Information

Colour Name: 16GB, WI-FI ONLY
Technical Details
BrandHTC
Item Weight422 g
Product Dimensions12.2 x 1.3 x 19.5 cm
Item model numberFlyer WiFi/16GB UK
Color16GB, WI-FI ONLY
Screen Size7 inches
Processor TypeSnapdragon
RAM Size1 GB
Hard Drive Size16 GB
Power SourceAC
Operating SystemAndroid 2.3
Lithium Battery Energy Content4000 milliamp_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_contained_in_equipment
Lithium Battery Weight285 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB004WJ0N0M
Best Sellers Rank 46,348 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 Kg
Date First Available8 May 2011
  
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Product Description

Colour Name: 16GB, WI-FI ONLY

Product Description

HTC Flyer

Serious gaming wherever you go--a powerful processor and gorgeous graphics lets the HTC flyer handle rich, immersive games with ease.

Amplify your audio experienceIt’s not just the visuals that are impressive. HTC Flyer comes with dual speakers for a much richer listening and entertainment experience. Enjoy high fidelity sound with SRS WOW HD™ virtual surround sound.

Fly through the web
Fly through the web, wherever you go

Fly through the web with your friends, wherever you are

Conveniently compact and light enough for you to travel around, yet amazingly powerful, the HTC Flyer tablet with a 7-inch display and a super speedy 1.5 GHz processor is perfect for web browsing at home, in the car or on a business trip. To make it just that little bit better, it even comes equipped with Adobe Flash support, multi-window browsing with pinch to zoom capability, and a clever quick look-up that allows you tap into Wikipedia, Youtube and other web resources as you wish.

Capture life in HD

Have you ever had a camera with a 7-inch view finder? It’s an eye opening experience for sure! Take great shots with the 5MP camera and capture life in HD with the 720p HD camcorder.

A library in your pocket

There’s no need to carry epic novels around with you anymore with a built-in library of classics at your fingertips. Flick through titles, and even highlight and explore a word or phrase through Wikipedia, Google, YouTube or the dictionary. The HTC Flyer lets you download your favorite books and take them anywhere.

A library in your pocket

Take family photos to another level with our new Snapbooth. You can change lenses or add effects to make moments more memorable. And when you’re done taking the photo, use the pen to re-touch it, name it or turn your picture into a birthday card.

3D fun at every turn
There is fun everywhere you turn

Fun at every turn

No more hunting around for stuff, anything you want is only a swipe and a tap away. Photos, entertainment, weather, calendar, mail, friends smoothly roll around at your fingertips, front and center, while giving you a sneak peak of what’s to come.

Hollywood on demand

With HTC Watch, HTC Flyer transforms into a portable cinema featuring a wide selection of the latest Hollywood blockbusters for on-demand viewing. And with an expansive 7-inch screen and superb SRS virtual surround sound, you can immerse yourself in the cinematic experience whether it'’s on a short break or a long drive.

Zoodles of fun with kid mode

Transform your HTC Flyer into a fun, safe and secure playground for your kids. Kid Mode opens up a world of brainy games, story books - that let you tell a bedtime story even when you’re not there and art mode that incorporates the magic pen and lets their artistic side run wild.

Manufacturer's Description

HTC Flyer

Serious gaming wherever you go--a powerful processor and gorgeous graphics lets the HTC flyer handle rich, immersive games with ease.

Amplify your audio experienceIt’s not just the visuals that are impressive. HTC Flyer comes with dual speakers for a much richer listening and entertainment experience. Enjoy high fidelity sound with SRS WOW HD™ virtual surround sound.

Fly through the web
Fly through the web, wherever you go

Fly through the web with your friends, wherever you are

Conveniently compact and light enough for you to travel around, yet amazingly powerful, the HTC Flyer tablet with a 7-inch display and a super speedy 1.5 GHz processor is perfect for web browsing at home, in the car or on a business trip. To make it just that little bit better, it even comes equipped with Adobe Flash support, multi-window browsing with pinch to zoom capability, and a clever quick look-up that allows you tap into Wikipedia, Youtube and other web resources as you wish.

Capture life in HD

Have you ever had a camera with a 7-inch view finder? It’s an eye opening experience for sure! Take great shots with the 5MP camera and capture life in HD with the 720p HD camcorder.

A library in your pocket

There’s no need to carry epic novels around with you anymore with a built-in library of classics at your fingertips. Flick through titles, and even highlight and explore a word or phrase through Wikipedia, Google, YouTube or the dictionary. The HTC Flyer lets you download your favorite books and take them anywhere.

A library in your pocket

Take family photos to another level with our new Snapbooth. You can change lenses or add effects to make moments more memorable. And when you’re done taking the photo, use the pen to re-touch it, name it or turn your picture into a birthday card.

3D fun at every turn
There is fun everywhere you turn

Fun at every turn

No more hunting around for stuff, anything you want is only a swipe and a tap away. Photos, entertainment, weather, calendar, mail, friends smoothly roll around at your fingertips, front and center, while giving you a sneak peak of what’s to come.

Hollywood on demand

With HTC Watch, HTC Flyer transforms into a portable cinema featuring a wide selection of the latest Hollywood blockbusters for on-demand viewing. And with an expansive 7-inch screen and superb SRS virtual surround sound, you can immerse yourself in the cinematic experience whether it'’s on a short break or a long drive.

Zoodles of fun with kid mode

Transform your HTC Flyer into a fun, safe and secure playground for your kids. Kid Mode opens up a world of brainy games, story books - that let you tell a bedtime story even when you’re not there and art mode that incorporates the magic pen and lets their artistic side run wild.


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177 of 182 people found the following review helpful By Richard Lewis on 29 Jun. 2011
Colour Name: 32GB, WI-FI & 3G Verified Purchase
There's a huge amount of negative publicity out there about the Flyer: "the screen's too small"; "it's just a big phone"; "the battery life is poor". Frankly those comments are rubbish written mostly by people who see the iPad/iPad2 as the be-all and end-all - which it isn't. Probably the best review to read is the one on Engadget which gives just about the most balanced comparison of the Flyer and iPad from someone who has both.

Firstly the screen quality. It is a way, way better screen than that provided on the iPad2. And we have an iPad2 at home as well to compare! One reason is that the pixel density ie, the number of dots available to draw a given size character, is twice that of the iPad. This means that characters are crisp and sharp. Going from an iPad to the Flyer is like going from an old smartphone with a 240x320 pixel screen to a modern one with an 800x480 resolution. I'm sure Apple will fix this in due course but, for the time being, the Flyer is much better.

Secondly, screen size. Frankly you "pays your money and makes your choice". Smaller is also lighter. An iPad2 weighs approximately 50% - yes, that's right *50%* more - than a Flyer. Do you want a brick with a large display or a device with a smaller display that is pocketable and you can take with you everywhere? Remember that the pixel resolution of the Flyer (1024 x 600) is only slightly less than an iPad (1024 x 768) so it can display almost as much information, just a bit smaller!

Thirdly, the "big phone" argument. So if the Flyer is a big phone, the iPad is an even bigger phone. The reason for choosing a tablet is to get more real-estate and see things more clearly and both devices achieve that aim. How far you want to go in size is up to you.

Fourthly, battery life.
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166 of 171 people found the following review helpful By Martin Lynch on 7 Jun. 2011
Colour Name: 32GB, WI-FI & 3G Verified Purchase
I've had the HTC flyer for almost a month now. Being a bit of a techno-junkie I also have the iPad 2 and the Dell Streak 5 inch android.

The 7 inch flyer is, as far as I'm concerned the ideal size for everyday use. Whilst the iPad is without question the best viewing tablet probably available today, it is also large and I have rarely taken it out with me because of its size. The HTC flyer on the other hand is with me all the time and fits into a very neat compact bag for everyday use. It comes with a rather OTT white leather case, which although is excellent in quality is a bit gaudy, pity they didn't make it black or brown.

I first learnt about the flyer in the Sunday Times (I didn't even know it existed), and ordered one straightaway from Amazon even though the review (and indeed others) criticised the battery performance. I have to say this is totally unfounded and may be when the unit was upgraded to gingerbread it improved battery use. I easily get a day and a half of use.

HTC promote heavily the pen feature which allows you to write on the screen and make annotations etc. I'm sure it works very well but I've yet to see any YouTube reviews where HTC sales guys are not writing in kids crayon type sized letters. Maybe it has more use in commercial applications where templates are used on the screen and the user just checks boxes etc.

The screen is particularly excellent, very bright and can be read in sunlight (albeit reasonably difficult in direct, but no worse than my iPad 2). It's very fast to use and I love the customisation and indeed the excellent HTC sense which in version 3 is very good indeed.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Stardust on 14 Mar. 2012
Colour Name: 16GB, WI-FI ONLY Verified Purchase
I recently got an HTC Flyer from Expansys and have been comparing to iOS on my current gen iPod Touch. First impressions are that HTC Sense looks rather nice, and Android seems to provide much more data on the OS than iOS which is a bit disconcerting when you're used to the more closed system! The real beauty compared to Apple is lack of iTunes - drag and drop files onto the Flyer (and within the flyer)...so easy! One small point - I have noticed that the SD card is sometimes not immediately recognised after mounting the Flyer as a disc drive to laptop - a simple restart after disconnecting the Flyer will fix that. Anyway, Android wins big time for flexibility of file management.

I know this is slightly off topic, talking about Android apps against Apple, but the apps are an integral part of the device so here goes...Apple seems to have better choice and more of the Android versions seem slightly rough round the edges - perhaps a result of all the hardware variants they have to satisfy? Still, they tend to work OK, so no real complaints, just a bit less polished on occasion than what I'm used to. On balance, I prefer Apple on this one. However, two honourable mentions to brilliant apps - I would recommend PlayerPro music app which is miles better sound quality and UI than the Android stock player, and also Catch which I settled on after trialling Evernote and Springpad as well.

The device itself is heavier than expected, but feels fairly rugged. Borderline weight for e-reading I'd say. The seven inch screen is just lovely - a thing of beauty - and really responsive - at least as good as iPod Touch. Overall, it really feels well-made and I'm happy with it.
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