HTC Pulls Out Tablets From US Market By Saying “it was a great learning experience”


HTC today took decision of pulling out their tablets out of US tablet market.  HTC’s online communications manager Jeff Gordon HTC has decided to pull their tablet lineup from the States and says “it was a great learning experience.”

HTC has sold three tablets in the United States:

Now all these three tablets will not be available in the US. HTC is not going away from US Tablet market for lifetime, Company executive said they could re enter if tablets build by them could “make a splash.”

Here’s the official statement from HTC Spokesperson:

“HTC is pleased with the results of our first foray into tablets—the HTC Flyer, EVO View 4G, and HTC Jetstream—and like any products in the mobile space that were release some time ago, our tablets have run through their planned lifecycles. We’re continuing to watch the tablet market very, very closely for the right opportunity to re-enter in a way in which we’re not just offering a “me too” tablet, but a product that’s compelling, differentiated, and inspiring to our customers.”

How many of you using HTC tablets and what you think of this step taken by HTC.

Via: BGR

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