Blackberry Playbook Tablet:
Recently, RIM is boasting the 7-inch PlayBook Tablet. Accordingly, this is by far the most powerful alternative to the first generation Samsung Galaxy Tabs.
From its form and design, I can say that it’s really an eye catcher. No wonder, it instantly became hit among Blackberry users.
However, some critics have argued in their reviews that this product seems to be handled in rush making it not totally ready for market. Furthermore, they pointed out that it must have been a mistake in releasing this product, while it was not yet made sure to be ready.
They supported this view by taking the example of the lack of 3G or native access of this device to Blackberry email.
Notwithstanding, RIM has a different view for this product.
The reality in claiming this Blackberry Playbook as the first W-Fi only model is particularly targeted at the current and actual users of Blackberry handset.
More apparently, it will carry the active Blackberry phones via Bluetooth connection and access the highly protected Blackberry email.
It means to say that if you already have a blackberry handset, then you no longer have to sign up for another data plan for Playbook. This process is more convenient and less hassle, so I think it’s just alright.
This ultimate playbook is going to run in QNX OS, which is truly a multitasker.
It is also powered by Texas Instruments in 1GHz OMAP4430 processor with 1GB RAM. This can record a full 1080p HD video too. It is already available at RIM from 16GB to 64GB versions with prices that ranges from $578 to $799.