Video Archive: AndroidGuys & Streamly.tv Coverage of Sprint’s CTIA 2011 Event

 

 

 

 

 

A quick reminder for those that didn’t catch the live stream, there is a video archive over at Streamly.tv where you can see Dan Hesse talk about the new Sprint EVO 3D and more.  This was a classy event as Sprint showcased its latest and greatest in their EVOlution line of high end Android devices.  The video includes hands on demonstrations of the newly announced EVO VIEW 4G tablet featuring the HTC Scribe system which gives a new meaning to the word “Stylus”.

This video was captured using a Motorola XOOM using a Verizon Wireless 3G data connection to broadcast.  We were extremely limited on bandwidth which explains the less than optimal quality, but would like to thank everyone involved in making this happen!

A special thanks to:  @ADroidian and @MattAbdou of Streamly.TV

When & Where: International CTIA Wireless 2011 Exclusive Sprint Event March 22, 2011

The video can be viewed here.

 

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