BlackBerry PlayBook

The tablet has a 7-inch size is contrary to the predictions, with a new name and quite "play" - the PlayBook. PlayBook has a 7-inch size, weighs 400g and has a 1024 × 600 screen, use the dual-core 1GHz processor and 1GB of RAM. Of course, the same "mother" RIM born BlackBerry brothers. BlackBerry PlayBook using the touch screen multi-touch 7 inches at a resolution of ...
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BlackBerry PlayBook

The tablet has a 7-inch size is contrary to the predictions, with a new name and quite "play" - the PlayBook. PlayBook has a 7-inch size, weighs 400g and has a 1024 × 600 screen, use the dual-core 1GHz processor and 1GB of RAM. Of course, the same "mother" RIM born BlackBerry brothers.

BlackBerry PlayBook using the touch screen multi-touch 7 inches at a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, equivalent to the Samsung Galaxy Tab and smaller than the Apple iPad.

PlayBook will run on the operating system by the RIM (outside of Apple's iPad, the tablet is now mainly are running Android OS or Windows OS). However, it will not be the latest BlackBerry OS 6 platform which is the BlackBerry Tablet OS, a new operating system specifically for the Tablet device developed by QNX.

BlackBerry PlayBook fully supports web standards typically present as Adobe Flash 10.1 or HTML5 with hardware is quite good: chip Cortex A9 1GHz, 1GB RAM and two cameras.

The device is compatible with the BlackBerry smartphone over a Bluetooth connection to transmit data such as email, calendar, BBM, text ...

RIM said BlackBerry PlayBook is a great device for games, entertainment, applications and everything on the Internet.

BlackBerry PlayBook is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2011. There is still no information about the price of the PlayBook.

A few official pictures of the BlackBerry PlayBook:

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