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Is it HTC Flyer for video playback?

May 13th,The HTC Flyer was finally on sale, across EMEA at least, with HTC’s new Android tablet available in both 3G and WiFi-only versions. Announced at MWC 2011 back in February, the WiFi-only Flyer has 16GB of internal storage while the 3G + WiFi Flyer has 32GB; both can be used with the bundled HTC Scribe digital pen, for note-taking, annotation and sketching.

The first countries to get the Flyer include the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Greece, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Romania. A US launch will follow on soon. It also sees the debut of HTC Watch, the company’s media streaming store.

Is the first tablet from HTC just an overgrown smartphone or a business user's dream? We think it could be the latter. HTC Flyer is light (weighs just 420g) and well-designed. We were impressed with the multimedia experience on HTC Flyer,But sometimes when HTC Flyer fails to play MKV, AVI, WMV, MP4, VOB, M2TS videos, it could be due to one or more of the following reasons:
Unsupported video format (e.g. *.mkv format)
Unsupported codec (e.g. AC3)
Huge file size (e.g. H.264 MP4 video of 10GB+)
High resolution (e.g. 1080p video and above)
Protections (e.g. iTunes videos)

If you want to enjoy your MKV, AVI, WMV, MP4, VOB, M2TS file format videos and movies on HTC FLyer freely, you may try transcode the videos to HTC Flyer supported formats/codecs.


Check for HTC Flyer supported video and audio formats
Download a HTC Flyer video converter to put videos and DVD movies to HTC Flyer
Learn more about HTC Flyer for video playback

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