HTC Jetstream, Support the 4G LTE and HSPA +, 10.1-inch WXGA HD capacitive screen, 1.5GHz Snapdragon dual-core processors, with 8 million pixel camera and 1.3-megapixel front camera, use 7,300 mAH battery and supports up to 32GB MicroSD memory card. System with the same Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, using Android 3.1, and with the latest HTC Sense UX interface also supports HTC Scribe pen features and the latest video player software HTC Watch. Price US $ 700.
HTC’s 10-inch Puccini tablet gets official as Jetstream, brings LTE and laughable price to AT&T
It’s like AT&T just wants its consumers to only buy the 3G iPad. Just days after we snuck out leaked shots of the HTC Puccini, said tablet has gone official as the HTC Jetstream. As predicted, it’s packing a 10.1-inch WXGA capacitive touchscreen, 1.5GHz Snapdragon dual-core processor, Android 3.1 and HTC’s latest tablet-centric edition of Sense (that’d be Sense UX). Of course, it’s the first LTE / HSPA+ tablet to be announced for Ma Bell’s network, but it’s not like it matters. For whatever reason, the powers that be decided to price this thing at $699.99 on a two-year contract, which has somehow managed to top Verizon’s equally comical pricing for its LTE-equipped Galaxy Tab 10.1. Sure, that tally enables you to sign up for a $35 / month 3GB plan, and yeah, the HTC Scribe digital pen accessory is being tossed in “at no extra cost” for a limited time, but let’s be real — neither you, nor anyone else you know, is buying one. So much for even pretending to compete on price, eh?
Update: It’s going for $849 outright, which is even more silly. Why not just price it at $2,000, guys? Might as well milk the most from the four folks that’ll accidentally mash the “buy” button.
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