October 29, 2011 by staff
BlackBerry PlayBook, “From now until December 31, 2011, customers will receive a business BlackBerry PlayBook tablet free with every two purchased from an authorized dealer of added value,” the site says BlackBerry Playbook.
Small business for the offer applies to the 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB models Playbook, according to IBT.
“RIM (Research In Motion) is also given to anyone who buys a BlackBerry playbook before the end of the year a complimentary accessory. Customers can choose between leather BlackBerry, BlackBerry charging pad, or a six feet high-speed HDMI cable, “reports the IBT.
A list of places that sell BlackBerry Playbooks is available on the RIM website.
The BlackBerry Playbook has been widely rejected due to “difficult physical controls, management of memory, half the battery life of the road, and its lack of 3G,” according to the IBT.
Despite its shortcomings, the device costs as much as iPad 2, and 499.
Retailers expect the deal, along with a software update in February 2012, will attract users and increase sales.
According to the Vancouver Sun, fewer moves have been sold since April last year the number of tablets Apple iPad sold in a week.
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