HTC Jetstream Now Available At AT&T Complete With HTC Scribe Pen For A Limited Time


The HTC Jetstream, AT&T’s first 4G LTE enabled tablet has been finally made available today for $700 with a 2-year agreement. Afraid of commitment and looking to pay full price? Well, that will only set you back a measly $850 for the Sensified Honeycomb tablet. The HTC Jetstream (fka Puccini) features a 10.1-inch display, 1.5Ghz Snapdragon MSM8260 processor, 1GB of RAM 8MP rear/1.3MP front facing camera and Android 3.1 Honeycomb with Sense UI. AT&T will even throw in one of those fancy (and expensive) HTC Scribe pens for a limited time. I know a few of our readers have been waiting awhile for the Jetstream to drop. Now that it’s do or die time, you guys ready to pick one of these up?

[Via BGR and AT&T]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. So that’s what.. a first born for a tablet?

  2. Words cannot describe how dead this tablet is. They have learned nothing from the whole Verizon/Xoom debacle.

    And I still don’t get buying a tablet/netbook from a carrier. If you’re going to pay for an over-expensive data plan, at least get a mi-fi so you can use it with more than one device.

  3. I would love to have one of those but that price point is just too high untill it can truly replace a laptop. Considering the price that was just mentioned on the Samsung Galaxy Note the whole stylus “Scribe” type thing must be pricey to implement. Otherwise I think they would be aiming at a lower price point. Also LTE radios are still rather expensive at this point but even so still too much. I guess I can see where the price comes from.

  4. SERIOUSLY!!! 850?!?!?!?! Are you insane HTC~!!!!

    Xoom anyone?? Do we forget this easy?

  5. Hopefully they release a wifi only version

  6. I guess they didn’t learn from the Xoom. That price is too high and unless these manufactures lower the prices of these tablets, they will never find the masses to adopt them. I dont need a tablet right now because my smartphone can accomplish most if not all the tablet has to offer. Maybe next year will bring a myriad of 2nd and 3rd generation tablet tablet with better specs and cheaper prices. Then I will get me a Samsung galaxy tab.

  7. The Jetstream really is a smooth little tablet. Spent all day in an AT&T store playing with it the other day. Probably my favorite android tablet right now, it really is sad that AT&T decided to make it DOA.

  8. $850? I’ll just buy a mid end laptop for that much! If they release this in a wi-fi only version (im guessing we all plan on just tethering from out phones), and sell it for $400, it would sell very well, if they sold it for $350 or less, they would not be able to keep them on the shelves.

  9. Ugh. If this wasn’t carrier specific, there’s a good chance I’d hop on one of these just for the Scribe pen feature alone.

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