HTC Scribe HTC Sense HTC Flyer vs LG Optimus Pad
HTC Flyer and LG Optimus Pad are both powered with Android and introduced in Feb 2011. HTC Flyer is packed with 1.5 GHz Processor and LG Optimus Pad is equipped with NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 dual core mobile processor. HTC Flyer and LG Optimus Pad run on Android 2.4 and 3.0 respectively. HTC claims HTC Flyer as the First tablet with HTC Watch video service, HTC Scribe Technology and OnLive cloud gaming. HTC Flyer comes with 7 inches display and LG Optimus Pad designed with 15:9 aspect ratio with 1280×768 WXGA 8.9 inches display. The Major difference in LG Optimus Pad is, it comes with 3D camera for Full HD recording.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (10.1”), LG Optimus (8.9”) and HTC Flyer (7”) are 10.1 inches and 8.9 inches and 7 inches in sizes respectively. All three tablets run on Android thus most of the features are going to be the same for all and Android Market is also common. On top of the processing power the display size will be the deciding factor in the tablet market.
Generally a random selected average person will have a mobile phone as well as a laptop. Laptop display sizes starts from 12.4 to 18, 19 inches. At the same time latest smart phone displays ranges between 3.9 “ to 4.3”. So it is less likely for people go with 10 inches tablets. Even though it comes with higher mega pixel cameras, think about shooting or taking photograph with a 10 inches tablet. So there is a high possibility that people may like reasonably large display smart phone or middle size tablet. 7 inches tablet would be liked by many tablet lovers. Already Samsung has 7″ Samsung Galaxy Tab and now HTC introduced 7″ HTC flyer and both run on Android with a lot of similar applications. While HTC Flyer is competing with other small screen tablets, Samsung is targeting both the small and large screen market with Samsung Galaxy Tab and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
HTC Flyer a First Look
HTC Flyer (From HTC Press release on 15th Feb 2011)
HTC Flyer packed with a seven-inch display, lightning fast 1.5Ghz processor and high-speed HSPA+ wireless capabilities, the HTC Flyer tablet is perfect for those who have been waiting for a tablet that is both compact and powerful. Initially it comes with Android 2.4.
HTC Sense for Tablet
HTC Sense revolutionized smartphones by placing the person at the center of the experience. HTC Flyer’s tablet-focused HTC Sense experience focuses on surprising and delighting people with its gorgeous 3D home screen. A unique carousel of widgets puts a user’s most important content and information at the visual center of the experience. The HTC Flyer tablet also offers uncompromised Web browsing with Flash 10 and HTML 5.
HTC Scribe Technology
Touch Flyer is a dual input smartphone in the sense, on top of its touch screen functionality, HTC flyer enables users to interact it with digital pen which gives a groundbreaking pen experience. HTC Scribe Technology introduces a wave of integrated digital ink innovations that make it easy and natural to take notes, sign contracts, draw pictures, or even write on a web page or photo.
Streaming Mobile Movies with HTC Watch
The HTC Flyer tablet premieres HTC Watch, HTC’s new video download service. The HTC Watch service enables low-cost on-demand progressive downloading of hundreds of High-Definition movies from major studios. The intuitive, natural design of the HTC Watch service makes it easy to find the latest movie and video content, while advanced technology on the back-end enables instant playback over the HTC Flyer tablet’s high-speed wireless connection.
Mobile Cloud Gaming with OnLive
HTC takes mobile gaming to an entirely new level by being the first mobile device in the world to integrate OnLive Inc.’s revolutionary cloud-based gaming service. OnLive is leading in the home gaming market by letting people play top video games on their televisions and computers without the need to buy expensive gaming hardware or software. When integrated fully, the OnLive service will enable customers to pipe the OnLive service through the HTC Flyer tablet’s broadband wireless to their television sets, or let them play directly on the tablet. When integrated on the HTC Flyer tablet, people can play a variety of games, including hits like Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, NBA 2K11 and Lego Harry Potter.
LG Optimus Pad
Powerful, Fast, Versatile and Excellent Performance
LG Optimus Pad is powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 mobile processor and Android 3.0. Google Honeycomb is latest Android version optimised for large display and high resolution tablets which includes Google eBooks,Google Map 5, Google Talk, Gmail Client and more feature. These features are common for Samsung Tab as well. The LG Optimus Pad fully utilizes the 1 GHz Dual Core CPU of NVIDIA Tegra 2 to deliver lag-free web browsing and quick app start up. Excellent graphics display and multitasking capabilities of NVIDIA Tegra 2 enables the LG Optimus Pad to run multiple apps simultaneously and handle rich multimedia with ease.
Easy Portability, Ideal Viewability
As LG Claims 8.9 inch display is the ideal size for tablet screens rather having too large or too small. LG Optimus display has 15:9 aspect ratio with 1280×768 WXGA resolution that allows users to access Android Market Apps in widescreen format.
LG Optimus is Haven for Multimedia Enthusiasts
LG Optimus is the world’s first tablet equipped with 3D camera enables users to shoot 3D videos and capture vivid images. LG Pad has HDMI interface to connect to TV to play the captured videos alternatively can play via YouTube 3D. High Quality games available via Tegra Zone apps that runs seamlessly on the LG Optimus Pad. With 1080p Full HD decoding users can transfer high quality content to TV without loss of Quality.
Think about you go on Holidays and having LG Pad, you can capture 3D videos and can share them via YouTube 3D to your loved ones.
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