U.S. Cellular Flyer

  • U.S. Cellular Flyer
72
Based on 66 scores, 104 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    5
  • Good:
    27
  • Average:
    20
  • Bad:
    14

Pros:

  • Durable construction.
  • HD video recording.
  • Scribe Works Very Well.

Cons:

  • Small and thick.
  • Isn't running Google's Android 3.0 tablet OS.

Expert reviews and ratings

By cnet on 73

The HTC Flyer puts a new spin on the 7-inch Android tablet, but its high price and smartphone-style OS are a tough sell next to its bigger, cheaper Honeycomb...

By InsideHW on

HTC’s market success is based on excellent phones that have better production quality than the competitors, including the “small things” that made their use intuitive and simple. Although they’ve already had their go at the...

By PCWorld India on 71

The HTC Flyer is a 7-inch Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread) powered tablet that features Scribe technology....

By Tbreak.com on 70

HTC has generally been on the forefront of technology when it comes to Android based devices. However, while other manufacturers are releasing tablets based on Google’s latest tablet-approved Honeycomb OS, HTC takes a step back with their new...

By PC Advisor on 70

The HTC Flyer is a superb-looking tablet with enough processing power to drive its multimedia functions. Its high price tag is more of an issue than its use of the older Android 2.3 OS, given that other aspects of this likable tablet are so advanced....

By The Inquirer on

BITTER RIVALS Khidr Suleman and Chris Martin fight to the metaphorical death over the best 7in tablet currently on the market. This video face-off features three 7in tablets that are assessed on their various merits, and a winner is crowned. But which...

By Tech2 on 55

The Flyer is HTC's first venture into the tablet space and I had high hopes for this as it looked like a winner right from the start, well at least on paper. If I may quote Morpheus from the Matrix, "Everyone falls the first time" , this is exactly...

By Computeractive on 80

An impressive tablet computer that's hampered by an older version of the operating system...

By ITP.net on 80

The Flyer is a capable tablet that offers some nifty features but its stratospheric pricing makes it hard to justify over Honeycomb devices....

By GSMArena on

That’s that then. One of the most unique Android tablets out there - the HTC Flyer. It does well - even without the all-important dual-core processor and cream-of-the-crop Honeycomb OS. The thing that sets it apart from most tablets, is the HTC...

By TechCentral on 60

The HTC Flyer seems to get confused when there are too many WiFi networks in the vicinity, and refuses to connect. The device refuses to connect even when you select one of the networks in the detected list. However, it works well when there is a...

By Wired UK on 70

The HTC Flyer is a beautiful first entry into the tablet market for the Taiwanese manufacturer. It may not be quite as fast or as smooth as some, notably the iPad, but it's way more pocketable, with an impressive list of features and the stylus...

By Rugged PC Review on

The HTC Flyer, with its 2.3 Gingerbread build of Android feels more like an overgrown phone than a tablet, but it offers some innovations I would like to see taken elsewhere, most notably, then pen and the...

By Government Computer News on 80

The interface is a little difficult to use. There is only a 7-inch screen, and to truly make use of the applications, you need to use a stylus called a Magic Pen. The nice thing is that when using the pen, the normal...

By ThinkDigit on 60

There is no other way of putting this- we are very disappointed. After all the hype, and the expectations (placed on it, quite rightfully), the HTC Flyer has turned out to be a disappointment. No dual core processor, stuck on Android 2.3, no HDMI out...

By G4tv.com on 80

Video Review: HTC's Flyer is a new 10" tablet that weighs under 1lb. It's light and compact, with an Android OS, but is it worth the $500 price tag? We take a look in this edition of Gadget...

By Geek.com on

It is probably important to start this off by admitting something; I have yet to be impressed by a 10-inch tablet. The whole idea to this ultraportable slab of mobile-amazing is that it’s supposed to be… well, ultraportable. I should be able...

By NotebookCheck on 85

The HTC Flyer looks like an oversized smartphone at first. We quickly found our way around in the menus due to the familiar HTC Sense interface. However, we were disappointed as we looked closer at the workmanship and the retail price. The retail...

By Skatter Tech on

When it comes time to decide whether to buy the HTC Flyer, here is what you need to know. A lot of consideration and thought clearly went into the hardware resulting in a great, robust design. The HTC Sense software adds a ton of features and plenty...

By ZDNet UK on 75

The Flyer's relatively small size makes it seem more like a giant phone than a tablet, despite the lack of voice-dial facilities and the presence of the 'magic' pen. The Flyer is certainly a different beast to 10in. Android tablets and...