When the HTC Flyer was announced, it was clear what the major differentiating factor was for the tablet: the capacitive stylus and the HTC Scribe software.
Adding a stylus and integrating it into the HTC Sense experience makes the Flyer unique among Android tablets, which focus primarily on finger-based input.
Engadget has a great write-up of the Flyer’s screen, stylus and Scribe, which you should check out. Their conclusion:
…if HTC can manage to build out the inking software experience and integrate it throughout the OS, we’re sure those who still believe in the power of the pen and want to use a tablet as a content creation device will be all over this
HTC Fans Love the Flyer
- “Finally a tablet that lets u write in margins on ebook and other docs. It only makes sense”
- “I have a Galaxy Tablet..sending it back to wait for HTC..I’m thinking it will go great with my EVO”
- “…the best tablet ever produced thus far! Itis not a gadget, it is a great resource tool”