HTC debuted its new tablet product on Wednesday, the Jetstream 4G. It will be available September 4 for $700, exclusive to AT&T’s wireless network. The rest will have to pony up $850 for the device, sans contract.
The Jetstream will run Android 3.1 Honeycomb through the HTC Sense interface. The screen is a 10.1? WXGA HD display with a 1.3 MP front-facing camera. The tablet comes with 32 GB of storange, and is expandable to 64 GB through MicroSD. For a limited time offer, customers who sign up now will recieve an HTC Scribe digital pen for free.
The unit weighs in at 1.56 pounds and measures just over a half-inch thick, making the iPad 2 look svelte by comparison.
For customers who forego AT&T contract ($35 per month for 3 GB of data), there are two options: $14.99 for 250 MB, or $25 for 2 GB.No tags for this post.