HTC Flyer Tablet Is On Sale For $99.99, Follows Fate Of HP TouchPad [Update]

Posted: Oct 6 2011, 6:36am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 6 2011, 9:24am CDT, in Shopping | Apple

 

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HTC Flyer Tablet is on Sale for $99.99, follows Fate of HP TouchPad

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Best Buy has put the HTC Flyer Android Tablet on Sale for $99.99 (List: $299.99).

Tons of people are still waiting for HP to release the newly built HP TouchPads for $99.99. As reported, a week ago HP employees got their chance to buy $99 TouchPads. If you cannot wait any longer, how about a $99.99 HTC Flyer Tablet? Best Buy is offering the 7-inch HTC Flyer in stores only. You need to check stores to see if they have stock.

The HTC Flyer runs Android 2.3 and not HoneyComb. There is supposed a HoneComb Android update coming for the HTC Flyer. What is interesting that Best Buy just slashed the list price of $499.99 to $299.99 a couple days ago. And now Best Buy is getting rid of the HTC Flyer in a Fire Sale.

More details on Best Buy.

My recommendation is though to get the Amazon Kindle Fire, if you want a 7-inch bargain tablet.

Udate:
Some consumers tweet that the $99.99 HTC Flyer price is a mistake. There are supposed signs at Best Buy stores saying that. The online site still says $99.99. Weird.

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