First AT&T LTE tablet, Fast, Great stereo speakers, Innovative stylus tricks.
Stylish design, Excellent display, All-day battery life, Pen included
The HTC Jetstream has good build quality and thoughtful design. Also, HTC's Sense interface is integrated into Honeycomb with great success.
Solid Construction, Enabled for 4G LTE connectivity, Great battery life
Top quality materials, friendly UI, fast LTE, great camera.
Few cities have AT&T LTE, Heavy, Expensive, Proprietary USB jack.
Expensive, Subpar note-taking features, Poor speaker placement, No pen slot
The HTC Jetstream is way overpriced for what it offers, either with a contract or without, and the 4G LTE speeds will be experienced by only a few in the U.S. Also, although button placement is sound, the tablet is thicker and heavier than we prefer.
Really expensive, Choppy performance, It is thick
Expensive! No mobile hotspot feature for 4G sharing.
By Gizmodo on November 21, 2011
Another Android tablet. This time with 4Gees! Hope you live in DC......40
By The Lobe and Mail on November 18, 2011
HTC Jetstream ($799.99, or 499.99 with a three-year contract through Rogers; rogers.com)This pricey Android slate only makes sense if you intend to access the Web on the go and get a three-year data plan, which will knock $300 off the ticker and bring...-
By Engadget on November 14, 2011
On paper, the Jetstream talks a tough spec game, boasting a 10.1-inch WXGA display, dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 32GB of storage and an 8 megapixel rear shooter capable of 1080p video. Add to that list 4G LTE capability and you'd easily...-
By PC Mag on November 07, 2011
The HTC Jetstream is a powerful Android tablet that hooks into AT&T's LTE network, but it's too heavy and overpriced to compete well....60
By Here's How on October 27, 2011
HTC's first 10.1-inch Android tablet is also the first tablet to operate on Rogers' new high-speed LTE...-
By LaptopMag on October 26, 2011
To make a Android tablet stand out from the crowd, device manufacturers have to offer users something more than just a standard Android experience. Enter the HTC Jetstream by AT&T, a 10-inch tablet that is the first to ride the carrier's 4G LTE...50
By cnet on October 22, 2011
The HTC Jetstream brings Sense to Honeycomb successfully, but it prices itself out of most consumers' budgets, while offering little to...60
By SlashGear on October 12, 2011
It is, again, unfortunate that this tablet will cost you seven bills. If you take away the price, on the other hand, you’ve got one of the nicest Android tablets on the market, complete with the most comprehensive and well-done user interface...-
By Phone Arena on September 20, 2011
Being the newest kid on the block definitely has its advantages, and it really shows with the HTC Jetstream as it excels in shooting photos & videos, packs support for AT&T’s 4G LTE network, and incorporates HTC Scribe Technology. Moreover, the...-
By Phone Arena on September 14, 2011
Try as hard as we can, there’s absolutely no hiding the fact that the HTC Jetstream is handicapped by its exorbitant price point – just like some of the other available cellular connected tablets on the market. Sure it’s able to...70