Manufacturer: HTC Part number: 5330310
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CNET editors' review
price range: $629.99
- Reviewed by: Eric Franklin
- Reviewed on: 10/21/2011
- Released on: 09/04/2011
The good: The HTC Jetstream has good build quality and thoughtful design. Also, HTC's Sense interface is integrated into Honeycomb with great success.
The bad: 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.
The bottom line: The HTC Jetstream brings Sense to Honeycomb successfully, but it prices itself out of most consumers' budgets, while offering little to compensate.
If you value 4G and an N-Trig digitizer, this is it.
by RuzaRoos on October 29, 2011
Pros: ATT LTE and HSDPA+. N-Trig Digitizer. 32GB of storage.
Cons: Not thin and light compared to Galaxy Tab 10.1
Summary: This is a fine tablet. I can't believe the review didn't mention the N-Trig digitizer. If you don't need to write precisely or draw, then you shouldn'...
Summary: This is a fine tablet. I can't believe the review didn't mention the N-Trig digitizer. If you don't need to write precisely or draw, then you shouldn't be looking at this tablet unless you are in an ATT LTE market. It is not overpriced either. It has 32GB of storage so its price should be viewed against the $729 iPad 2 3G. If you buy it on contract, it is cheaper, has faster data speeds, and supports a true digitizer and not just those crap capacitive styluses. If you buy it outright, it is only $120 more. If you don't value LTE or the digitizer, don't buy it. If you value those things then you probably would pay $120 to have them added to your iPad, so the price is fair. If you just want to play Angry Birds, get a Kindle Fire; but don't complain about things that do more, costing more. I feel bad for HTC with this product. Apple has conditioned the market to respond to $499, even though most of the iPad SKUs cost more. They basically charge a $130 premium for 3g but HTC can't charge a $250 premium for 4g and a digitizer without people thinking they are crazy. If you want a wifi only JetStream, get a Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet for $529. HTC doesn't need to make that product.
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Best tablet I've had.
by lifes2simple on February 14, 2013
Pros: This tablet is fantastic. It is very fast, has an excellent camera, SD card slot, HTC Sense which is beautiful and above all else, fantastic screen quality. The price is actually correct for what you get. This offers more than an Ipad 2.
Cons: It's a bit heavy.
best deal i have in years good buy!
by aurelianc on June 25, 2012
Pros: snappy browser, fast camera with a good picture quality, good design, fantastic screen, you can add a mini SD card..
Cons: ATT contract charge you more then $30... is not fair. i have a ipad before. on my ipad was only $25 monthly from my credit card an that's all. on my HTC is $30 plus another almost $10 in taxes and fees... again NOT FAIR !!!
Summary: if you search is cheap and really good tablet
Summary: if you search is cheap and really good tablet
Great Tablet until constant Reboot problem started
by mrnserv on October 25, 2011
Pros: HTC build quality, design aesthetics, HTC Sense on Honeycomb, bright/crisp screen, responsive, scribe Pen add features not found on other Android tablets
Cons: Price, would be nice to have additional expansion options, after 2 weeks could not use tablet with SIM card in or on 4G network due to constant and frequent reboots, current software or network flaw makes tablet WAY over priced when cannot use on 4G (sell
Summary: Tablet worked great, nice screen, responsive and fast for FIRST 2 WEEKS. Free pen from AT&T and pen adds features and functions not found on all Android tablets. ...
Summary: Tablet worked great, nice screen, responsive and fast for FIRST 2 WEEKS. Free pen from AT&T and pen adds features and functions not found on all Android tablets. AFTER 2 WEEKS tablet experienced constant and frequent freezes and reboots when SIM card installed in Chicago area (4G network) 1st Tablet replaced as defect and new tablet did same thing within an hour of leaving store. Known issue now with many owners with no resolution yet (hopefully soon), see forums. Would put rating at 4 or 5 stars if and when problem fixed. HTC and AT&T are not handling problem well yet (hopefully that changes too).
Great product on best network
by adl16990 on September 27, 2011
Pros: On the ATT network, which is the best network out there. The scribe pen makes this exceptional for someone in grad school or college. Extremely fast and very few glitches. Still more glitches than an Ipad, and battery life isnt nearly as good... but it la
Cons: A bit heavy. The commit price is stupid. Why not pay an extra 150 for no commit.
Summary: I dont know why people bash ATT network other than they watch the marketing by competitors. I have verizon company equipment and ATT personal equipment. I travel for a living, ...
Summary: I dont know why people bash ATT network other than they watch the marketing by competitors. I have verizon company equipment and ATT personal equipment. I travel for a living, and my att equipment is better in every way almost everywhere I go. Lets not even throw sprint in the mix, because they are so bad. Now that ATT will have LTE they will not only have a the fastest internet, but they have HSPA plus almost everywhere outside of LTE... Verizon has EVDO, which is slower than just plain HSPA. That is why I stick with ATT. Plus ATT allows me to talk and surf and use my products internationally. I cant believe all the people that buy into the att network sucks myth. Verizon bashes them non stop, and ATT never EVER runs a negative add campaign.
The HTC is great, and it is extremely fast. I used it in Dallas and ran a speed test. I was getting 17mbps. Thats freaking insane. Forget the WIFI when you get those speeds. The scribe pen is great, but what would really be great is if you could highlight on webpages. I have an IPAD, and it is a better device... but when I do lectures and study I love the scribe pen. Im just excited att got such a great pad. I was not buying one at Verizon, and sprint is just plain awful. The Honeycomb update is good, but it takes some getting used to.
Thinking of buying it, I WAS.
by nicrp on September 14, 2011
Pros: Great Specs. The scribe digital pen would bring into the 10" world which I believed is the main attractive of the HTC Flyer and a potentially very useful improvement over other tablets.
Cons: Price and selling policy are a deal breaker.
Summary: I absolutely agree with the editor's take review. I was really looking forward for this tablet and pretty ready to buy it. However I am forced to wait and ...
Summary: I absolutely agree with the editor's take review. I was really looking forward for this tablet and pretty ready to buy it. However I am forced to wait and hope AT&T/HTC changes policy, for instance buy providing the option of plain wi-fi connectivity without commitment to a contract on top of an already overpriced device.
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- Manufacturer: HTC
- Part number: 5330310
- Bottom Line: The HTC Jetstream brings Sense to Honeycomb successfully, but it prices itself out of most consumers' budgets, while offering little to compensate.
- Type 10.1 in
- Operating System Android 3.1 Honeycomb
- Carrier AT&T
- Flash Memory 32 GB
- RAM 1 GB
- Type Touch-screen
- Color Silver
- Features Bluetooth
Dimensions & Weight
- Width 9.87 in
- Depth 0.51 in
- Height 7 in
- Weight 25 oz