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Size:195.4mm x 122mm x 13.2mm
Weight:420 grams (14.82 ounces) with battery
Display:7 inch touch-sensitive screen 1024 x 600 resolution
Processor: 1.5 GHz for superfast browsing
Operating System: Android
Internal storage: 16GB
Ram: 1GB
Expansion: microSD memory card
Camera: 5 megapixel color camera with auto focus and 1.3Megapixel Front Camera
Wifi: EEE 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth: Yes
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guitargaz#1
Xooms' are around this price nowadays, that's a better bet isn't it?
pimmzy#2
Love htc, top quality
Have some heat
Bully#3
guitargaz
Xooms' are around this price nowadays, that's a better bet isn't it?


Link plz.
Tones#4
guitargaz
Xooms' are around this price nowadays, that's a better bet isn't it?

Was one posted on this very site today, from here

http://www.ibood.com/uk/en/

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/motorola-xoom2-media-edition-ibood-207-90-inc-shipping-1247798

Edited By: Tones on Jun 21, 2012 15:38
FredsVan#5
I like the HTC flyer, it is a good size for traveling and well constructed. My daughter really likes using the pen. I wonder if it is getting a bit old now and hence the price reduction?
fobber#6
I love my HTC Flyer but it's the 3G version which is more useful on the move. Quite heavy but a good size.
For most people they would be better off buying a refurbished iPad 2 for £259,
ssjinzo#7
fobber
I love my HTC Flyer but it's the 3G version which is more useful on the move. Quite heavy but a good size.
For most people they would be better off buying a refurbished iPad 2 for £259,

The 32gb also has a honeycomb Rom with full phone functionality including text messaging quite a good device really
Shezza 1971#8
Fantastic little tablets, everything works as it should, have some heat.
dharamm#9
is this a phone as well ? am a bit confused...can some one shed some light....
thanks
gunark#10
Not bad but the Galaxy Tab Plus at Expansys is a better deal - same price, dual core Exynos chip and ICS in the future.
kharma45#11
dharamm
is this a phone as well ? am a bit confused...can some one shed some light....
thanks

It's not, no. It's just a tablet.
DAZZ2000#12
With the Galaxy Tab 2 7" available from £199 I'd say this flyer, whilst not a bad bit of kit, is now still too expensive considering what else is out there. It's an opinion, and it's a personal one. You pays your money and make your choice I guess :)
Bagofbeef#13
Well it's getting on a bit now and single core but still great little tablets imo - if you update to honeycomb (or get the 32gb version) make sure you change the launcher and skin it using ADX or Go as this makes a real difference to the functionality and usability of it and gives you some of the ICS type features. 3g one is handy but tbh I have a Galaxy s2 and if i am out and about can just use the wifi hotspot option - most people have their phones on them 24/7 these days anyway!
You can also use it as a phone if you have the know how :{ (or the ability to search on Google, lol!)
heat.
horstachio 1 Like #14
I have this and the Tab Plus, tab Plus is better because of dual core, the Flyer sometimes lags. ICS due out by August too.

It's turned into a glorified Sonos remote now
FredsVan#15
kharma45
dharamm
is this a phone as well ? am a bit confused...can some one shed some light....
thanks

It's not, no. It's just a tablet.

True, it is just a tablet, but if you are technically inclined there is a ROM available that enables the 3G version to be used as a phone. However, the process is complex, involving downgrading to Gingerbread, rooting the tablet and installing a new rom. A process that almost certainly would invalidate a warranty.
edgeone#16
How is this any better than the Aurora II @ £139?
j_o_h_n#17
edgeone
How is this any better than the Aurora II @ £139?

It doesn't have Ainol embossed on the front? ;) To be fare, the Aurora II is a lot of spec for little money. That said, I have the Flyer and I think it's a great bit of kit. Excellent build quality, superb screen, fast enough with everything I've thrown at it (bar a few youtube videos which have been a bit jerky), I'm a fan of htc sense so that's a bonus for me and the stylus is great to use especially with honeycomb which integrates it with more apps, I'd recommend it to anyone.
ssjinzo#18
FredsVan
kharma45
dharamm
is this a phone as well ? am a bit confused...can some one shed some light....
thanks

It's not, no. It's just a tablet.

True, it is just a tablet, but if you are technically inclined there is a ROM available that enables the 3G version to be used as a phone. However, the process is complex, involving downgrading to Gingerbread, rooting the tablet and installing a new rom. A process that almost certainly would invalidate a warranty.

i didn't think the process wasn't difficult i have only rooted and installed one other device before the flyer and i did it. Yeah it was longer with a few steps, but if you can follow a step by step guide you will be alright. TBH rooting and installing custom rom even if it invalids never stops 1000s of modders for 100s of devices doing it to thier device ;)

Edited By: ssjinzo on Jun 22, 2012 09:55
Faythur#19
edgeone
How is this any better than the Aurora II @ £139?

That's what I was thinking too - dual core, IPS etc
wolverine2031#20
Aurora II all the way with, option of keyboard and.dongle at substantially lower than this.... Cold from me... Would also say the galaxy tab beats this..... Don't rely on getting the ics any time soon as most manufacturers are known for being slow to release... Xoom screen I thought was rubbish ... I would either get a Aurora II or spend cash on Samsung at the minute... If I was pay sub 200 I would want minimum 9.7or ips screen at least.

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