In the past few months, we’ve reviewed four Honeycomb tablets, which despite some minor differences — a USB port here, a keyboard dock there — have largely been built from the same cloth. You’re familiar with the threads: a 1280 x 800-resolution 10.1-inch display, a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, and a smattering of Google’s tablet OS. But not the HTC Flyer. Amongst all the new tablets, HTC’s entry has been the biggest anomaly. The 7-inch tablet fits somewhere between a phone and a larger-screened tablet with its Sense-infused Gingerbread OS and single-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor. And of course, there’s that optional stylus (or “magic pen”) that adds the ability to create beautiful handwritten notes, like the one above. There’s no doubt that it’s absolutely one of the most unique tablets to hit the market, but is pure differentiation enough to make the Flyer a success, especially with its $500 price tag and its $80 stylus? Hit the break for answers to those burning questions.