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I WANT THAT. the capacitive screen + smart pen combo looks like the best of both worlds, and with all of this smart writing over ebooks and notes - it's now really something that you could use to do your job and not only dicking around.

I'm not a fan of 7" tablets, but bigger than that would be hard to hold single-handed - thus making the pen and more features useless. ( Is the sweet spot is non-slippery-easy-to-hold 8.5"? )

Way to go, HTC. Doing a great job, and (Finally!) giving us something new (and, god forbids, EVEN SLIGHTLY USEFUL) in the all-so-hegemonous-tablet world.

Now, make it work well, don't make the apps from the market look so phone-but-large, give it a down-to-earth price tag and I'd buy. don't make it cost like a laptop. 550$ will be fair, 650$ would kill us but we'd buy. 700$? that's too much.

800$? I'd sell (or buy, if you're a Macoholic) my soul to the glossy-black, aluminum and white devil.