Summary: I got the HTC flyer mostly because of the flip clock that is only available from HTC. The size is big enough to see well, but compact enough to fit in my purse. I like the fact that it has expandable memory. The only drawbacks are that it did not come with a user guide, and the biggest drawback is that it does not have a USB port.
Summary: Good tablet, not the best, should come with a better android version, and a faster processor.. I am very much surprised that HTC doesn't think about it... Anyways for the price... is just good!
Summary: I loved the tablet. It's a little heavy, but still very portable. Be aware that you don't need to buy a fancy stylus, since it comes with one. It also comes with a white case/sleeve which is OK, except that you have to take it completely out of the sleeve to use it. It's very fast and responsive, and the stylus is fun to use. My biggest issue is the weird connector they use, an "up and coming" HDMI/USB combo.
Summary: HTC Flyer is suitable for those seeking product featured Leave the iPad and Galaxy tab aside If you are an owner of a wise decision and you want to provide HTC owner Flyer gives you what you want The product gets good support from HTC and the best feature Also features a magnificent sense interface product It inevitably makes you think about what has been acquired from portable devices Apple Samsung ASUS Acer Dell HP HTC etc..
Summary: The HTC Flyer P510e luck the telephone feature which makes it inappropriate for gsm prepaid customers like me. It feels great in my hands and does not weigh a tone. The pen feature responds well and accurate. All I can say it is a great tablet if HTC includes the telephone feature.
Summary: I needed this computer to use on my free time at work as I can not use my work computer for personal stuff. It really helps me with all the email accounts, facebook and fun/useful apps (but I think the compliment goes to Adroid which I updated to the last version available - 3.3). The tablet operates smoothly, it's fast and looks relabile. I love the brand and found a good deal so I bought it.
Summary: The Flyer is stuck at Honeycomb 3.2.1, which isn't too bad an experience. Would've been nice for HTC to have given it the ice cream sandwich. But as I understand it, ICS is a better multi-tasking Android OS. The Flyer has a potent and capable single core cpu/gpu and Snapdragon has since become dual & quad core which is true multi-tasking experience.