The HTC Flyer is HTC’s flagship Android tablet. The 7″ tablet came out last spring and features the HTC Scribe, digital pen technology and HTC Sense for tablets. The downside is that it’s running Android 2.3 Gingerbread rather than Honeycomb like the Acer A100 and the T-Mobile Springboard (in the 7″ variety).
HTC has a 10″ tablet available on AT&T dubbed the HTC JetStream. That tablet is equipped to speed along on AT&T’s 4G/LTE network. The JetStream also features HTC’s pen technology. Samsung is hoping to challenge the Scribe with their Samsung Galaxy note and S-Pen with Wacom technology in the digital pen portion.
As for the HTC Flyer on T-Mobile, it will set you back $299.99 on a brand new two year agreement or $454.99 on an extension. HTC’s digital pen, the Scribe, will set you back $80
The HTC version will work on T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA+ network.