Buying an HTC is like THROWING AWAY YOUR MONEY -- warranty is utterly useless
S. E. Hebert "social scientist, social worker..., Amazon
21 April 2013
Summary: Needing warranty service and "repaired" after only 2 months of use, this $300 phone is unusable on my cell phone provider's network! I bought my first HTC phone in August and by the end of September, it was frozen on the home screen and would not turn off. Calling for support, I was told to remove the battery and that it would need repair. When I received the phone back in the mail, there were no details about the repair and no instructions.
Summary: We have these at work. I have one, and all my staff have one as well. They're horrible. Constant software problems, and several have hardware issues. These tablets are cheap. We're going to try to switch to the Samsung ones after less than one year with these. HTC stinks. Save your money!!!!
Summary: I bought one of these and sent it back the same day. I tried to mount both an 8GB and a 32G micro-SD card and the EVO did not recognize either. I know both cards are good because I use them both in my phone. In the settings menu the SD card options were disabled and inactive. Where SPRINT is concerned, the tablet is so custmized for that network that you will never totally divorce yourself from that fact.
Summary: Too heavy for single-handed use. The pen functions were cool, but there was no convenient way to carry the pen & tablet unless you had a case with a pen holder. App support for this tablet was pretty low & didn't get any better. I decided to give this tablet away because I didn't really find myself using it much.