Anonymous, 16 Nov 2014Sorry, but the memory is just too low, there should have never been a 16 GB version, but of co... moreNot only should there never have been a 16GB option. The Nexus7 cost $40 to upgrade from 16 -> 32 a year ago. The Nexus9 cost $80 to upgrade from 16 -> 32. That is just an outright slap in the face. Memory gets cheaper every year, and they have the audacity to charge double what they did a year ago.
dr.batata, 16 Nov 2014It was briefly offered for $200 at HTC.comBriefly is a kind word. Haha
Sorry, but the memory is just too low, there should have never been a 16 GB version, but of course all these companies trying to sell their cloud storage, which not only is not as secure as people think "no nudes please", also you need to use your data to access it, sorry but I like to keep my files accessible at all times without having to go to the cloud and use my data to do it, also storage is so cheap nowadays. They should have started with 32 GB and 64 GB, with micro SD card expansion option, and this tablet would have sold like hot cakes.
Worse build quality by HTC! This should be below $200. Even after that, I wont consider buying one.
Budget tablet at a premium price, HTC think that they are Apple!
No one gives a discount just like that,it looks to me like they do not sale as well as they thought.
Still too expensive for the build quality and the craptastic battery life.
foo, 16 Nov 2014me buys it cause it fits me's budgetWhat is your budget sir? ??
GoToSchool, 16 Nov 2014Me thinks it's a nice tablet.me wants it with 64gb memory.
foo, 16 Nov 2014me buys it cause it fits me's budgetMe thinks it's a nice tablet.