Well, I have not had the privilege yet of personally trying out the new HTC Flyer (TM), but the reviews so far sound good.  At 7″, it is big enough to enjoy, but small enough to toss in a pocket or purse.

But the best part for those of us owing HTC Android phones, is the interface will seem like coming home to a favorite comfy chair.  The screen layout and icons for apps and widgets will make the learning curve satisfyingly short.

16 GB of storage with SD expansion make for flexibility and the optional digital pen input unit adds to functionality.  It also comes with wi-fi and no contract is necessary.

If you have your heart set on a contract tablet, or need 4G capability, Sprint offers the HTC EVO View 4G with 32 GB of storage and SD expansion.  It also accepts the pen or touch input.  You can compare these at http://www.htc.com/us/products/tablets#/?view=1-1&sort=0 .