The BlackBerry PlayBook is a tablet computer produced by Research In Motion (RIM), the Canadian telecommunications company which produced the BlackBerry Smartphone. Since it was introduced, the tablet has been surrounded by much hype and has also received positive reviews from technology critics. Here are some of its main features:
Uncompromised web access With the BlackBerry PlayBook you can access web pages and not just the scaled-down version found in most mobiles. Texts, graphics and videos are available without any compromise in size. The device operates on a built-in HTML 5 which ensures speedy internet access.
Wireless connectivity For real-time access to emails, calendars, address books and task lists, the BlackBerry PlayBook enables you to connect to your BlackBerry Smartphone.
Hi-fi multimedia experience The BlackBerry PlayBook offers high-fidelity multimedia experience, a 3MP 1080 P forward-facing camera, a 5 MP 1080 P rear-facing camera, stereo speakers, stereo microphones and crystal clear video.
Professional-grade tablet The BlackBerry PlayBook contains a 1 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB RAM and user-friendly QNX technology. It offers you the high-performance experience you demand.
High-resolution screen The device has a 1024x600 WSVGA, a 7-inch display, a 3D graphics accelerator and HDMI-out. It also features a variety of sensors such as gyroscope, magnetometer and accelerometer.
Pre-loaded applications iSpeech Translator, Cocktails and Adobe Connect Mobile are some apps that can be accessed on the device. These apps simultaneously run in real-time and make multitasking easier.
Portable device Among BlackBerry's PlayBook, Apple's iPad, and Motorola's Xoom, the PlayBook comes in lightest at 0.9 lbs. This makes it far more portable than other devices.