Unfortunately, the carrier determinedto allow its business clients to buy the HTC Flyer, but no regularclient can order one of these 7-inchers. It looks that the sales ofthe tablet didn't go that well, as the bearer is instantly offeringthe tablet for $300 to anyone who agrees to submit to a noveltwo-year agreement.
Athough the HTC Flyer can not beordered from the bearer's webstore, clients can buy the tabletstraightly from HTC's site, along with the appropriate plan. The datausage accessible can be used on 3G, EDGE and Wi-Fi hotspot, but noneof the plans admits cellular minutes.
It is also worth mentioning that theT-Mobile USA's HTC Flyer does not come with the Scribe pen admittedin the sales software, so clients will have to buy it separately for$79.99 (58 EUR). With the HTC Scribe digital pen users will be ableto carry out notes that sync with a recording, highlight an vitalpassage, doodle on a picture or create their own picture.
The level of the technology is likeSamsung's Galaxy Note that arrives with a S Pen alternatively HTC'sdigital pen. T-Mobile's HTC Flyer comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbreadon board and the HTC Sense clients user interface on lead. The tabletis provided by a 1.5 GHz single core processor and packs 16 GB ofinternal memory, 1 GB of RAM and microSD card slot for memoryexpansion.