Have you got an empty space in your backpack,but a wallet that's full to bursting? Then HTC's new Jetstream tablet might just be for you. It's a solid offering of a Honeycomb tablet that's tragically hamstrung by a $699.99 on contract starting price from AT&T. If that doesn't deter you, the folks at SlashGear have a hands-on and unboxing video for your viewing pleasure.
Now HTC makes some incredibly solid phones and tablets. For my money (well, not my money, at least not in this case) they're the best all-around manufacturer of Android devices bar none. And according to the initial impressions, that quality is all over the 10-inch Jetsteam, from its top-of-the-line specifications to its metal housing (not unlike its little brother the Flyer). In addition to the dual-core 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM, this is the first tablet we've seen from any manufacturer with an 8 megapixel camera and 1080p recording. THe Jetstream in the first tablet we've seen that doesn't trwat the camera like an afterthought.
Hands-on and Unboxing the HTC Jetstream
Once you get past that impressive fit and finish, there's still a lot of high-end specs to consider. Other highlights include a massive 7300 mAh battery, a user-accessible MicroSD card slot, 32GB of internal storage and a "4G" HSPA+ wireless connection. Is all this worth the steep entry fee, not to mention a total life cost of ownership stretching past $1200 at the cheapest? That's for you to decide. Check out device.ac's HTC Jetstream page for an in-depth look under the hood.