HTC has unveiled a new tablet at MWC 2011 today that is very cool and is the first tablet to use the HTC Sense UI. The tablet is called the HTC Flyer and it also features the HTC Watchvideo service and other tech like HTC Scribe and OnLive cloud gaming. The tablet supports pen input and touch interaction.
The Flyer has an aluminum unibody and is lightweight at about the same weight as a paperback book according to HTC. The tablet has a quick 1.5GHz processor inside and HSPA+ wireless capability. The tablet supports full HTML web pages with HTML 5 support and support for Flash 10.
The HTC Scribe functionality allows the user to write on the tablet naturally and they can even sign documents digitally and draw pictures or write on documents and photos. The Watch service has on-demand HD movies from major studios and lots more. OnLive Cloud gaming allows the streaming of cool games from the OnLive catalog directly to the device. The Flyer will ship in Q2 at an undisclosed price. The official PR is short on many of the details; hopefully they will be coming soon.
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