"If you value 4G and an N-Trig digitizer, this is it."4.0 starson by RuzaRoos
Pros: ATT LTE and HSDPA+. N-Trig Digitizer. 32GB of storage.
Cons: Not thin and light compared to Galaxy Tab 10.1
Summary: This is a fine tablet. I can't believe the review didn't mention the N-Trig digitizer. If you don't need to write precisely or draw, then you shouldn't be looking at this tablet unless you are in an ATT LTE market. It is not overpriced either. It has 32GB of storage so its price should be viewed against the $729 iPad 2 3G. If you buy it on contract, it is cheaper, has faster data speeds, and supports a true digitizer and not just those crap capacitive styluses. If you buy it outright, it is only $120 more. If you don't value LTE or the digitizer, don't buy it. If you value those things then you probably would pay $120 to have them added to your iPad, so the price is fair. If you just want to play Angry Birds, get a Kindle Fire; but don't complain about things that do more, costing more. I feel bad for HTC with this product. Apple has conditioned the market to respond to $499, even though most of the iPad SKUs cost more. They basically charge a $130 premium for 3g but HTC can't charge a $250 premium for 4g and a digitizer without people thinking they are crazy. If you want a wifi only JetStream, get a Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet for $529. HTC doesn't need to make that product.