Since Apple released the first iPad in April of 2010, we have become infatuated with the tablet PC’s. Although Apple wouldn’t want us to call the iPad a PC. They are several different Android tablet’s on the market. Most you can get at your local mobile phone provider’s retail store. You’ve actually been able to get the Android in a 7 inch tablet for about a couple years now. You can find the 7 inch Android model on ebay for around $100-$125. Of course it’s not equipped with a dual core processor and a gig of ram. Most only have a max of 256 mb of ram. Like I said there are several running the Android OS. For instance there is the Motorola Xoom. I knew that when this came out, it was way over priced. Motorola has confirmed that the Xoom doesn’t live up to the iPad 2, and prices will be dropped. I’m not sure of the price but just do a search on Google.
Myself, I was anticipating the release of the HTC Flyer. I know, in my opinion anyway that HTC makes the worlds best smartphone. I think that the HTC Flyer will give the rest of these tablet’s a run for their money, including the iPad. The HTC Flyer will also be available on Sprint. Of course though the mobile companies have always got to rename the device. Sprint is going to call it, the HTC Evo View. It has a 7 inch touch sensitive display with 1024 X 600, 1.5 GHz processor, 1 GB of memory, 32 GB of internal storage, 2 camera’s, a 5 megapixel, and a 1.3 megapixel, a micro SD expansion slot, a place for headphones, microphone, Bluetooth, wifi, and weighing 14.82 ounces. Of course powered by none other than the Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS. I can’t wait until this hit’s the stores. Of course I don’t want to get one from Sprint. It’s sure to be just loaded with all of their bloatware. I would really like to know what you think. Before you leave a comment, watch the video below. I always enjoy hearing from you. What are you waiting for? Get out there and enjoy your day!