HTC Flyer Shows Off OnLive Gaming On Video

Were just Following on from HTC’s announcement this morning about their latest devices, where we saw them announce a Tablet PC. This is called the HTC Flyer and will include amongst its long list of features access to the cloud-based streaming service OnLive.

This new entry into the war of touch screen tablets boasts a 7inch screen, 1.5GHz single-core Qualcomm chip with 1GB of RAM and runs on Android 2.4. Although it runs on this lower level of Android users will be able to upgrade to Honeycomb 3.0 later on, and unlike most touch screen tablets this one opts for the use of a stylus that automatically connects to the device. To read more about this you can check out this post by Debbie.

The Onlive feature is a cloud-based streaming service that will allow the Flyer to access games via the internet, this the same experience that users receive on their PC or TV versions of the service. With over twenty publishers partnered with OnLive there is no chance of running out of games to keep you entertained, you can read more about this service by following the link over to Slashgear.com. You can also check out the video below to see it being demoed on the HTC tablet.

It seems that nearly every device coming out of MWC is focusing on its gaming experience, we’ve recently seen what the likes of the Xperia Play and Acer Iconia tab have to offer potential gamers. With competition like this the Flyer will have to really have to blow us away, after watching the video below were already halfway there.

If you’re a potential Tablet PC owner then the next few months will have you feeling like a kid in a candy shop, with all the choice available what device takes your fancy?

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