The Jetstream leads the pack for AT&T as its first tablet with support for 4G LTE, its main differentiator from the iPad. HTC wraps Android 3.1 Honeycomb with its custom HTC Sense UI that includes Scribe (pen-based data entry). Sadly, no plans have been announced for a 4.0 upgrade. As one of the newer entrants, HTC ups the hardware ante with a dual-core 1.5-GHz Snapdragon processor and 8-megapixel rear camera.
Biggest pro for enterprises: Expandability; MicroSD and USB.
Biggest con for enterprises: Most expensive; only available from AT&T.
Notable differences from rivals: Custom HTC Sense UI with Scribe; thicker.
Pricing: Wi-Fi, 16/32/64 GB -- not available. Wi-Fi + cellular, 16/32/64 GB -- –/749.99/–.