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[Video] HTC Jetstream Unboxing and Hands-On

Steven Blum
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The HTC Puccinini, AKA the HTC Jetstream, just landed on shelves at AT&T less than a week ago but unboxing videos are already popping up all around the blogosphere. Does the tablet live up to the hype – and warrant its high sticker price? Read on and see.

 The HTC Jetstream is AT&T's first Honeycomb tablet to support the network's LTE network. It's got a 10.1" WXGA display, 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 1GB of RAM, 8-megapixel auto-focus camera with dual-LED flash, a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera on the front and Android 3.1 with an updated Sense UI running on top of it.

At $699, it's quite a large investment, but the preliminary reviews trickling in have been largely positive. Take a look at the video below to see the tablet in action and check out a few pictures as well:

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  • Sam-Droid Sep 12, 2011 Link

    Nice.... i was kind of holding out for the next production line of TouchPads because I tought touchdroid was going to work out but now that its DOA this might be an option to... now where I am going to get the half a grand for one. Thats my only question.

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  • Aaron Android Sep 12, 2011 Link

    There is something about polished aluminium .... I love the look.

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  • Martin Krischik Sep 12, 2011 Link

    If at all *brushed* aluminium but somehow I think it is plastic with a few µm brushed chromium.

    But more importantly: no HDMI out! That puts a downer on the “Download movie, shove onto tablet, view downstairs" use case.

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