Exploring the HTC Flyer, one would find a good quality LCD Capacitive touch screen with 16M colour support. The picture display is awesome and so lively in the tablet with its 600 X 1024 pixel support. The screen is 7 inch, big enough for a tablet. For a very recent ViewSonic ViewPad 10 tablets, it's a dual OS that's backing its functionality. The tablets are embedded with a Window OS and an Android 2.2 OS. One can't ask for more with the tablet having a mesmerising 10.1 inch screen display.
HTC Flyer when released was one among the top in the charts with its high performing 1.5 GHz processors on a much updated Android v2.3 Gingerbread platform. But very new introductions like ViewPad 10 is sure to pose a threat to similarly released high performing yet out dated such tablets like a HTC Flyer and many others with its most updated and highly desirable specifications. ViewPad 10 has an Intel Atom N455 / 1.66 GHz processor which makes it really hard core when combined with an efficient 2 GB DDR3 SDRAM.
For Flyer it's a 32 GB internal storage bundled with a 1 GB RAM. In addition it supports a memory expandability of up to 32 GB by using microSD card. ViewSonic ViewPad 10 offers similar external memory storage too with a 32 GB microSD. Flyer is appreciated highly for providing such an updated memory storage provision very early, which is still a recommended feature for the new launches in Tablets.
Connectivity options are a tie in both the device with both the new tablet pcs having a WiFi 802.11 b/g/n set along with newer Bluetooth devices. Bluetooth v3.0 is placed in Flyer with A2DP, while the one in ViewPad 10 is a v2.1 blended with EDR technology.
ViewPad 10 is equipped with built in e-reader and Android mobile applications (in Android OS) along with an Adobe Flash support (in Microsoft Windows 7 OS). Full entertainment on line is instant and super fast in the device. HTC Flyer would cost around Rs 35500 in India when ViewSonic ViewPad 10 is supposed to have a price in India somewhere close to that.