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AT&T Makes The HTC Puccini Official As The HTC JetStream Just $700

AT&T has officially announced the 10″ HTC Jet Stream tablet. This is AT&T’s first 4G/LTE capable tablet. It will be available at AT&T Core stores on September 4th (that’s Sunday) for just $850 off contract and $700 on a new 2 year agreement.  That can be compared to the tried and proven, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G/LTE on Verizon that’s just $530 for 16gb and $630 for 32gb.  HTC has confirmed that the Jetstream comes in one version with 32gb of internal memory.

The HTC JetStream features a 1.5ghz dual core Qualcomm SnapDragon processor, 8 mega pixel rear facing camera, and 1.3 mega-pixel front facing camera and memory up to 32gb.

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The HTC Scribe will be bundled with the HTC JetStream free for a limited time. AT&T is also releasing a new 3gb postpaid tablet plan for $35/mo on a new 2 year agreement.

“HTC Jetstream combines the acclaimed HTC Sense experience with Android Honeycomb to provide an innovative and engaging experience on a 10.1 inch tablet,” said Martin Fichter, acting president, HTC Americas Region.  “Paired with AT&T’s upcoming 4G LTE speed and mobility, HTC Jetstream delivers connectivity for social and entertainment needs alongside productivity and creativity tools in a portable package.”

One of the main differentiators with the HTC Jetstream is the HTC Scribe which allows for much easier drawing and note taking. The JetStream will also feature the ability to mark web pages and other documents with notes and then save or send them on for collaboration.  This feature is extremely useful in fact their is in HTC Flyer in use everyday at TDG. College students, doctors, even contractors would get a lot out of this feature.
“This tablet is a beautiful 10.1-inch, LTE powered masterpiece,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president, Devices, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets.  “When you combine powerful options like HTC Jetstream with our upcoming LTE technologyand nationwide HSPA+ network, it flies.”

Source: HTC AT&T and Fierce

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