Buy.com, where HTC's Flyer tablet is on sale for just $199.99, plus free shipping. It's a refurbished 16GB model, but the Flyer beats out a lot of tablets at that price point. You don't get HTC's add-on stylus, but on the plus side, the update to Honeycomb is out... so the tablet's only one major Android release behind at this point.
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Honeycomb update is available and Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs are abundant on smartphones, many have wondered if the Flyer would get a similar icy treatment. While there's no official word, a brief conversation between a French HTC Hub member and customer service indicates that an ICS update is scheduled for the first quarter of this year.
recently pulled their HTC Flyer from their online store, the "Now" network's EVO View 4G - essentially the same device - has an Android 3.2 (Honeycomb) update available for download. It will be pushed to devices tomorrow, but can be easily downloaded and updated today. Honeycomb brings some much needed features to the EVO View 4G, and the most noticeable being the new "Notifications" menu.
it functions better than many of the current tabs out there.
HTC Flyer tablet has finally made a safe landing at T-Mobile this week. Way back in June it cleared the FCC with T-Mobile bands but that was the last we've heard of it until today. While not for sale from T-Mobile themselves you can buy the T-Mobile powered HTC Flyer right now from HTC's website. With a new 2-year agreement the price is just $299, like it's been for a while at Best Buy.
HTC Flyer Gingerbread tablet to the list. The 7-inch tablet will cost $399 after a $100 mail-in-rebate at its lowest.
marked down to just $99.99 sometime this morning, and has already sold out online. The discounted price may or may not be available at your local retail store and store pickup is not being offered, so if you want to take a chance on a great bargain, make tracks now. UPDATE: False alarm, folks. It looks like Best Buy had another ill-timed pricing error.
Rumors are flying that HTC's first Android tablet will be seeing a significant price reduction soon. According to Phone Arena, Best Buy will be slashing the price of the wifi-only HTC Flyer to $300, a $200 reduction off the current retail price, next Thursday. If true, that could make the 7-incher a lot more attractive as the Android tablet market races to the bottom. UPDATE: It looks like Best Buy is reducing the price even earlier, on Saturday, October 1st.
HTCdev.com/bootloader in pretty much every version.