Tablet HTC Flyer Magic pen focus Italiano by HDblog. Maggiori info: http://android.hdblog.it - http://htc.hdblog.it
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Today we had a look at the new HTC Flyer. One of the main features of this new tablet is that it brings back and improves upon the stylus, one of the hallmarks of old Windows Mobile and Palm PDA's that has seemingly disappeared since the emergence of Apple's iPhone & iPad, as well as Google's Android. However, the Magic Pen, as HTC is calling it, is more than your normal stylus, and in this video, we discuss the new features introduced by the HTC Flyer, as well as how to make use of the Magic Pen itself. The HTC Flyer is available from our Asian websites at the following locations: Australia: http://www.expansys.com.au/htc-flyer-android-tablet-209252/?partner=asmt Hong Kong: http://www.expansys.com.hk/htc-flyer-android-tablet-209252/?partner=asmt New Zealand: http://www.expansys.co.nz/htc-flyer-android-tablet-209252/?partner=asmt Singapore: http://www.expansys.com.sg/htc-flyer-android-tablet-209252/?partner=asmt
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http://notebookitalia.it/htc-flyer-scribe-timemark-magic-pen-11298 http://netbookitalia.it Un HTC Flyer usato come tavolozza durante la Milano Design Week 2011, grazie alle eccellenti qualità della penna Magic Pen ed al supporto delle features Scribe, Timemark e Galleria.
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http://notebookitalia.it/htc-flyer-scribe-timemark-magic-pen-11298 http://netbookitalia.it Una panoramica sull'input mediante penna sul tablet HTC Flyer e sulle tecnologie che coinvolge: la penna attiva Magic Pen, Time Mark, Scribe ...
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HTC Flyer Unboxing by Aaron The tablet madness continues as Aaron takes a first look at the Wi-Fi-only version of the HTC Flyer. Shown off at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Flyer offers a 1.5 GHz processor, 7-inch display, 16 GB of internal memory with a microSD card slot for expansion, 5-megapixel rear camera (without flash), 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, and Android 2.3 with HTC Sense 3.0. It'll be available from Best Buy starting on May 22, 2011 for $499.99. While it is a bit behind considering that the other high-end tablets are running Android 3.0 (Honeycomb), HTC makes up for it with an awesome application called HTC Scribe. With the pen accessory (which costs $80 and is not included with the tablet), the user can take notes, write on device screenshots, and more. While the HTC Scribe technology is a nice feature, will the lack of Honeycomb deter buyers? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/phonedog Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/phonedog Forums: http://forums.phonedog.com/ Win Free Phones: http://instantwin.phonedog.com/ Visit http://www.PhoneDog.com for all the latest cell phone news, reviews, and more.
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Just got your HTC Flyer or HTC Evo View 4G and not quite sure how that silvery pen thing works? Let's see if we can help you figure it out in today's how to. To check out more of our how to videos, head to our site here: http://theunlockr.com/2011/06/28/how-to-use-the-scribe-stylus-on-the-htc-flyer-htc-evo-view-4g
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Este vídeo faz parte do teste do Revolução Digital ao HTC Flyer. Nele podemos descobrir a MAgic Pen deste tablet Android com HTC Sense. Para conheceres todas as nossas opiniões assim como os pontos forte e fracos do HTC Flyer, lê o teste completo em www.revolucaodigital.net Até já!
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Ho registrato un focus video dedicato alla nuova Htc Sense e all' utilizzo del pennino "Magic Pen" su Htc Flyer. Vi mostro alcune delle principali novità dell' interfaccia Htc dedicata ai Tablet e gli svariati utilizzi della penna capacitiva
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More tech talk on WEBSITE: http://CheckThisGadget.com Keep updated on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/CheckThisGadget TEXT YOUR QUESTIONS @ (314) 252-8996 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A lot of the hype around the HTC Flyer is ability for note-taking with their scribe pen. However, this pen is an accessory item not included with the tablet and will cost you $80+ tax if you want to use it. In this video, do a test between the scribe pen and a capacitive stylus to see if the scribe writes any better than the capacitive stylus would. You can get a capacitive stylus for under $10 and the scribe pen will cost you $80, however the scribe pen does have some additional features it can be used for. After looking at this video, you should have a better idea if the scribe pen will be worth the cost to you.
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Hi and welcome back to Tim's Tech Corner. Today we're looking at an HTC Flyer running Android 4.1.1 aka JellyBean. It is running Dexter's JB ROM found here -http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1795342 I walk through my current config for the device and show off the usage of the active, stylus pen which is definitely one of the highlights of this spunky little tablet. It is aging at this point in time but still handles itself pretty well. The pen feels very solid in your hand and it is not like one of those "fat nub" pens that can be used on tablet screens as a finger replacement. This video is not totally a review but more of a fast walk through for a friend who won this Flyer in a contest.
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HTC Scribe technology has been marked as the differentiator on the HTC Flyer, HTC's first tablet. But how does it work? And do you really need the HTC Digital Pen in order to take advantage of it? Find out here. Pick up the HTC Digital Pen here: http://shop.htcpedia.com/flyer-evo-view-4g-scribe-pen-st-d500.html
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A video review of the HTC Flyer 7" Android tablet with WiFi. Check out our full review at: http://www.mobiletechreview.com/tablets/HTC-Flyer.htm The Flyer sells for $299 at Best Buy (price drop) and it runs Android OS 2.3.3 Gingerbread with HTC Sense software. HTC went with Gingerbread instead of the tablet-centric Honeycomb so they could heavily customize the tablet with HTC Sense widgets, apps and social networking integration. They also added support for an active digitizer pen in addition to capacitive multi-touch, for you note-takers and artists. The pen is sold separately for a steep $79.99.
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Today we have a quick look at the HTC Flyer tablet with 32 GB, WiFi, 3G and the HTC Magic Pen. Hier ein erster Einblick in HTCs Flyer-Tablet mit der finalen Android-Version, 32 GB int. Speicher, W-LAN, 3G-Modul, Sense 3.0 UI und HTC Scribe. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Das verwendete Mikrofon: http://vturl.de/z/s2 * Die verwendete Kamera: Canon EOS 550D ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ValueTech auf Patreon unterstützen: http://vturl.de/PATREON ValueTech-Community-Forum: https://www.valuetech.de/forum/ ValueTech Impressum: http://vturl.de/Impressum *Affiliate-Link. Mit einem Kauf über diesen Link kannst Du unseren Kanal einfach unterstützen.
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We go hands-on with the HTC Flyer Android tablet at Mobile World Congress 2011. It's an Android Gingerbread tablet running Sense for tablets. It also boasts a 7-inch screen that works with finger and digitizer pen inputs. The Scribe pen feature allows you to annotate eBooks and write notes in different colors.
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The HTC Pen is made of aluminum, therefore it can be used as capacitive touch stylus. Just use the other end of the pen (upside down) to control screen.
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HTC Flyer WiFi Review Part 2 of 2 Check out more tech goodness at: http://www.technobuffalo.com/ Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/technobuffalo Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/technobuffalo Noah's spent a week or so with the HTC Flyer. Is it still as good as he thought when he first saw it in February? Can a 7" tablet running Gingerbread compete with a 10" tablet running Honeycomb? And is the Scribe Digital Pen worth $80? Let's find out.
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In this video we'll be taking a closer look at the software on the T-Mobile HTC Flyer. The HTC Flyer is well known in the market today (having been originally released in May), T-Mobile has recently released their version of the tablet to the world at large. Running Gingerbread (Android 2.3.4) with HTC Sense 1.0 for Tablets, the device is very snappy, suffering from only a few Sense crashes here and there. Hopefully an upgrade to Honeycomb, or more likely, Ice Cream Sandwich will allow for additional pen functionality (which is currently very limited). The 32GB HTC Flyer is available from T-Mobile for $399 with a two year contract from B2B sales. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/pocketnowsub https://pocketnow.com Follow us: http://flipboard.com/@Pocketnow http://facebook.com/pocketnow http://twitter.com/pocketnow http://google.com/+pocketnow http://instagram.com/pocketnow About us: Pocketnow has been a key source of mobile technology news and reviews since its establishment in 2000. With offices on three continents, Pocketnow offers round-the-clock coverage of the mobile technology landscape, from smartphones to tablets to wearables. We aim to be your number-one source for mobile tech news, reviews, comparisons, and commentary. If you love mobile as much as we do, be sure to subscribe! T-Mobile HTC Flyer Software Tour | Pocketnow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-niwoPbgLc PocketNow https://www.youtube.com/pocketnow
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HTC Flyer WiFi Review Part 1 of 2 Check out more tech goodness at: http://www.technobuffalo.com/ Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/technobuffalo Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/technobuffalo Noah's spent a week or so with the HTC Flyer. Is it still as good as he thought when he first saw it in February? Can a 7" tablet running Gingerbread compete with a 10" tablet running Honeycomb? And is the Scribe Digital Pen worth $80? Let's find out.
Views: 31174 Jon Rettinger
HTC made a tablet called the HTC flyer which is the first tablet to have an active digitizer and running android. The pen is made by ntrig not to be confused with wacom. There are some differences such as the lack of an eraser up top, but ntrig has provided 2 very handy buttons on the side of the pen. One for erasing and one for selecting text. I had been following up on the tablet but was skeptical that it would work for on the go sketches and such, being that I was disappointed with the way ntrig behaved in windows. But all in all I am really happy with it. The pen does a great job in the notes program that comes with the tablet. The program itself is designed to work with the pen and evernote. Both work great. The notes app is simple when it comes to drawing but it will do until sketchbook which I hope implements pen input later on for android (time will tell). I will do a better review soon, showing a few more features a bit more in depth. All in all great little tablet if you like a small size as it is 7 inches compared to the larger ipad. I own both and I like how this one fits in a purse. A lot of potential with the pen that is for sure I just wish it came bundled with the tablet and wasn't a separate buy (pretty expensive like that). I would say give it a try at your local best buy and see if you like it. There is slight lag here and there but nothing that really gets in the way when you are sketching. Palm rejection works great in the notes app. Just make sure you press the pen on the screen first then rest your hand, that way the keyboard doesn't pop up at odd times. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Want to learn how to draw? Watch: "How to Draw A Cute Cartoon Bunny Rabbit - EASY" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3On3r2-O6n4 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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HTC ist normalerweise für seine wirklich vernünftigen Smartphones bekannt, sowohl im Android- als auch im Windows-Phone-7-Sektor. Doch nun will HTC mit seinem "Flyer" auch bei den Tablet-Computern mitmischen. Bedeutet das etwa: Überdimensionale Smartphones für viel Geld, erneuter Abklatsch bereits vorhandener Tablets oder darf das "Flyer" seine ganz eigene Daseinsbereichtigung und seinen ganz eigenen Ruhm genießen? Diese und weitere Fragen beantworte ich euch im Test zum HTC Flyer. Viel Spaß! topreviewde: http://www.youtube.com/topreviewde Alex bei Facebook: http://www.facebook.de/alextvmedia Alex bei twitter: http://www.twitter.com/alextv Abonnieren bei YouTube nicht vergessen!
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HTC Flyer - The Stylus & Notes. In this video I take a look at the pen/stylus that HTC include with this device. Useful Links Supplied by: http://www.htc.com/ Sponsor: http://www.mygreatfest.net/ YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/davomrmac Website: http://www.geekanoids.co.uk/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/geekanoids/ My intro & outro was created with the help of a template by Nefos. Link: http://videohive.net/user/nefos?ref=nefos Any Amazon links that appear in the video description are affiliate links. They do not alter the price you pay. Geekanoids earns a small commission on each sale.
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HTC Flyer demo with pen at MWC 2011, HTC Flyer the first ever tablet from HTC it's a 7-inch Android tablet. HTC Flyer comes with an integrated pressure-sensitive pen experience, courtesy of the new HTC Scribe technology, packed with unibody aluminum construction.
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HTC has launched its Flyer tablet at MWC: It is a 7" tablet that has an aluminum and plastic body. The design is clever as it makes it look thinner than it actually is. It was being demonstrated with a pen, but the pen is not actually integrated in the body. More info on Ubergizmo.com http://www.ubergizmo.com/2011/02/htc-flyer-preview/
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For the complete HTC Flyer review, go to http://www.infosyncworld.com/reviews/internet-tablets/htc-flyer-review/12048.html Tablets are assaulting the market this year, and we happened to get our hands on yet another one. The HTC Flyer joins the ranks of the Motorola XOOM, T-Mobile G-Slate iPad 2, and Samsung Galaxy Tab. However, the Flyer is our favorite model yet, offering a few tasty features that cannot be found on any of its competition. Take the optical pen-based writing and drawing capabilities of the Flyer, which converts the tablet into a notepad, sketch book, or Polaroid picture that can be scribbled on. It also fulfills the multimedia hound's needs by offering HTC Watch for streaming the latest movies straight to the device and OnLive Cloud Gaming with titles like Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, NBA 2K11, and Lego Harry Potter. Although the tablet resided on the small side of life, it proved to have the most superior Android interface, courtesy of HTC Sense, and was the speediest and most solid tablet we've seen yet, next to the iPad. Let's take off with the HTC Flyer.
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HTC Flyer 32GB WiFi & 3G Unboxing & Product Tour. Useful Links Supplied by: http://www.htc.com/ Sponsor: http://www.mygreatfest.net/ YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/davomrmac Website: http://www.geekanoids.co.uk/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/geekanoids/ My intro & outro was created with the help of a template by Nefos. Link: http://videohive.net/user/nefos?ref=nefos Any Amazon links that appear in the video description are affiliate links. They do not alter the price you pay. Geekanoids earns a small commission on each sale.
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HTC Flyer WiFi Unboxing For more tech goodness, check us out at: http://www.technobuffalo.com Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/technobuffalo Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/technobuffalo Noah gets the HTC Flyer WiFi, the company's first tablet, which hits Best Buy on May 22. Running Android 2.3 with HTC Sense, Flyer boasts a 7" display, loads of customized software, dual cameras, and an optional stylus. But can it run with the big boys and their Honeycombs? Let's find out.
Views: 58767 Jon Rettinger