April 19, 2011 by USA Post
It comes in three different models: 16GB, 32GB or 64GB. Priced and 499, and 599 and 699 and, respectively. The device has a number of features that RIM hopes will help it enter the market-dominated iPad.
In your web browser, the playbook is compatible with Adobe Flash, Adobe AIR, and HTML 5. Under the hood, with a 1-GHz dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM.
7-inch screen, the playbook offers a resolution of 1024 x 600 with multi-touch. It also has a micro HDMI port, one facing the front (3 megapixels) and looking back (5MP) camera and access to the BlackBerry App World. RIM hopes that several thousand applications available at launch.
In his review of the playbook, U.S. Ed TODAY Baig says the device should appeal to supporters of the BlackBerry, RIM, but if you can steal hearts (and market share) of IPAD is another question entirely:
RIM seems to be treading a fine line between a product true to the roots of your business and multimedia tablet that might appeal to the crowd IPAD. Playbook calling “the world’s first tablet professional level,” the company is playing traditional strengths as a security device company that is a wonderful use for multiple applications running multiple tasks simultaneously.
A playbook Sprint 4G out this summer.
RIM said it expects the device will be available in 20,000 stores at launch, including Best Buy, Radio Shack and Office Depot. For more information, visit the official website of BlackBerry playbook.
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