HTC has unveiled its first touch pad, the HTC Flyer, HTC Scribe and technology for operating a capacitive stylus. The APIs will soon be for developers who want to integrate it into their mobile applications.
HTC promised to distinguish themselves from the competition when the manufacturer will launch its first touch pad, and that happened at the MWC 2011 in Barcelona when HTC unveiled the HTC Flyer tablet.
Where competitors have almost all relied on a couple Android 3.0 Honeycomb / dual core processor Nvidia Tegra 2, the Taiwanese manufacturer offers a format 7 “, Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a version of Android 2.x that allows to maintain its HTC Touch Sense overlay.
HTC has also sought to provide specific services to its Flyer tablet and HTC unveiled the HTC Scribe technology to highlight, take notes or draw on the screen through a stylus capacitive buttons.
Scribe to bring in applications
To go beyond these basic functions, HTC would consider making available to developers with APIs HTC Scribe technology, which means it will be possible to create applications that leverage the technology and thus expand opportunities (even if the tablet works fine without).
HTC does not yet have specific date for the supply of APIs Scribe technology, the tablet HTC Flyer is not yet commercially available.