Summary: I was carried away by my love for HTC products esp cos dis piece is 4G and all d lovely specifications but I 4got 2 most important things: 1. It has no sim and I can't access internet in Nigeria where I reside. I hv tried every means and its frustratin. Anybody wit advise shld get back 2 me 2.
Summary: Very nice and beautiful piece of technology BUT, just one year old he's already in Sprint Discontinued Products, it mean you cannot update it to Android 4.0, since that even xdaDevelopers are not working to make a port for this device.
Summary: I'll start out with the good. If you're familiar with android OS then you'll feel right at home with this tablet. Runs smooth for the most part. If you want details as to androids functionality, there are videos on that on youtube and CNET. If you want a comparison on speed.
Summary: ...just buy an ipad. Or maybe a Kindle Fire. This thing is a pain in the tuchus, nothing is intuitive, every process is a tortured effort. The 4G is virtually useless, the general connectivity is spotty, the reader (kobobooks) is lame. I could go on.
Summary: Best Buy is selling the HTC Flyer - essentially the same device without a wireless radio and 16GB instead of 32 GB storage - for $299. A wireless radio and additional 16GB of storage is not worth $500 - the difference between this unit with no plan and what Best Buy is charging for the Flyer.
battery unable to charge after 6 months of use (problem fixed)
Flying Burrito, Amazon
3 August 2011
Summary: pros-took excellent video and pictures (in good lighting) -expandable memory cons-battery life was short and eventually unable to turn on after 6 months of use -got "hung" when starting up many times. (a 10x memory card helped, but problem persisted) -touch screen not so consistently responsive.
Summary: i loved this tablet, used it for school and work. add the pen and you have a great productive tool. it did come with a scratch but i was desperate to replace my stolen tablet and had to get back to work right away and didn't return it.