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BlackBerry Playbook review by Research in Motion
Research in Motion (RIM) has never disappointed its fans and has always created something new and innovative for them. The company is known all over the world for its very fashionable and excellent phones, which are more commonly known as Blackberry. Blackberry phones have always been subject to fierce competition from other major players in the mobile phone industry and have led the market thanks to their user-friendly features and the most advanced technologies.
By making a bid in the mobile phone and smartphone sector, the company is once again set to challenge the tablet PC market, which is the last love of consumers. The tablet PC market is growing very fast and can be very well appreciated due to the high popularity of the Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab. Now RIM is about to launch its first tablet PC, the Blackberry Playbook.
Despite the fact that the tablet PC segment is currently dominated by Apple’s iPad, but it is said that this new product from RIM will become a difficult competitor for Apple iPads and other Android-based tablets, and by the time it is launched, it will be on par with the best tablet computers. The device will come with built-in Adobe Flash 10.1 and Adobe AIR, which is not available in the iPad. This feature will make browsing the web more convenient and enjoyable. It will also include a 7-inch widescreen LCD display with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels. Multitasking will also not be like the experience of working with the gadget’s awesome QNX-based operating system, which is best suited for the processor.
BlackBerry PlayBook will also appeal to music lovers. The gadget’s custom media player supports all existing audio file formats, offers a clean and intuitive interface, and has a huge capacity that allows users to store a large number of music files. Other notable features of the Playbook are the presence of two cameras, the installation of video conferences, fast execution speed and secure integration with the Blackberry Smartphone.
The BlackBerry Playbook is expected to be released in the first half of the year, and the device is initially expected to be launched as part of monthly contract offers. A tablet computer is a high-performance device, this gadget does not belong to the segment of cheap mobile phones, but cost-effective deals with special offers will be available to provide this device to middle-income consumers.
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BlackBerry PlayBook Review
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