The 7″ Android tablet will come with HTC Watch video service, HTC Scribe writing technology and OnLive cloud gaming.
Oh look, what do we have here. A new tablet! This time it’s HTC and the device is called the HTC Flyer (I can already hear the puns coming through).
The Flyer will be a Android based device (not Honeycomb, however) with HTC Sense slapped on it. The hardware side features a 7″ 1024×600 display, 1.5GHz processor, 32GB of internal storage, 1GB of RAM, microSD expansion, GPS, ambient light sensor, G-sensor, compass, Bluetooth 3, WiFi b/g/n, 3.5mm stereo jack, 5MP camera with autofocus, 1.3 front-facing camera, and support various video format likes .avi and .xvid. The device will run on a 4000 mAH batter which the company claims will provide upto 4 hours of video playback and 820-1470 hours of standby time.
HTC Flyer will also pack-in a capacitive stylus which will be used through HTC’s Scribe technology that allow users to take notes, sign contracts, draw pictures, or even write on a web page or photo. The device will also feature HTC Watch, a video and music streaming service, and OnLive, the cloud gaming service the company recently invested in.
No pricing was mentioned, though the company did say it will out in Q2 2011.
Press release on the next page.