Saturday, 2 October 2010

Blackberry Playbook a New Tablet PC Device

First it was Apple iPad, was the next Samsung Galaxy Tab it turns out that many companies jump into the hype of mobile Tablet PC, and Blackberry won't be to train the Tablet PC. The release of the new Blackberry playbook, a new tablet PC device manufactured by this genius mobile is 2011, or the second or third trimester.

A seven-inch tablet weighs less than a pound, the playbook Blackberry a great device to look to the future, and probably look for possible strategies for competitors to match the release of this new baby Blackberry. This is perfectly designed and made smooth the device will certainly play, navigate and communicate in a more convenient and comfortable anywhere on earth.

Blackberry Tablet OS

It is said that the Blackberry playbook to run with a new Tablet OS BlackBerry OS Blackberry instead says 6. This new OS was created with technology that QNX is also used for other electronic devices of today.

Speed and performance

When it comes to speed, is expected to run with a 1 GHz processor, Cortex A9, which is expected to speed up the Tablet PC ever. Memory wise, which is said to have 16 GB and 32 GB options.


The rear facing camera is 5 megapixels is capable of 1080p HD and the front camera of 3 megapixels allows for video conferences and interviews. Other specs include WiFi connectivity, GPRS and Bluetooth 2.1.

The best thing about this scenario is that it picks up where the iPad has failed to evolve, it has a reversing camera of 5 megapixels and a 3 megapixel on the front that can be used for video calls and conferences. The 5 megapixel camera on the back is also able to record HD video in 1080p resolution. There are two port-a micro-USB connector and an HDMI port, meaning it can be connected to a presentation device such as a projector or HD monitor.


The interface of Blackerry playbook is a lot like a combo of WebOS and Blackberry OS which means it can be very capacitive with its multimedia features and games. Apart from that, QNX also assure the market that this Tablet PC will play a great gadget for capturing not only the tablet PC fanatics here, but the game buffs.

Supported Platforms

To keep up with the latest requirements of the Tablet PC community, Blackberry Tablet OS told a variety of platforms such as Java, Flash and Adobe AIR, HTML5 and POSIX support. And we have just heard that right, Flash and Adobe Air? Yes it's perfect one of the best highlights of the roadmap that iPad never dared to touch. This means that the user can surf the internet without problems and can also be a number of programs and run programs without any restriction due to unsupported platforms.

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