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What's in Blackberry's Playbook? Well Just that The New Blackberry Playbook

Updated on January 4, 2011

Research In Motion unveiled a PC tablet on Sept. 27th which it expects to surpass Apple's ipad tablet, making use of its once-a-year developers' seminar to spotlight the device's likelihood of gaming, media publishing and business use.

The tablet, named Blackberry PlayBook, contains a seven in . display screen and twin facing digital cameras. It's got Wi-fi compatibility and Wireless blue-tooth however needs to link using a Blackberry smart phone to access the mobile network.

It can certainly mirror the smart phone, giving customers a larger display screen to look at press and modify files, and wipes all company information once the link between the two products is broken.

Ideal for both big agencies or an single businessman the BlackBerry PlayBook is designed to provide users what they desire, which includes uncompromisable web exploring, true multi-tasking and high end multimedia system, at the same time additionally offering superior security functions, enterprise assistance and a breakthrough development platform for IT business units and developers. The unbelievably potent and innovative BlackBerry PlayBook is actually a game changing item inside the developing tablet niche.

The New BlackBerry Playbook

The Tablet You will want to Take Everywhere you go

This beautifully-designed and unbelievably impressive tablet is specially transportable, ultra slender and super hassle-free for simultaneously work and play. At its core, the BlackBerry PlayBook is a multitasking giant. Its groundbreaking functionality is collectively fueled by a 1 GHz dual-core processor chip and the fresh BlackBerry Tablet OS which supports true symmetric multiprocessing. Together, the plentiful processing strength and extremely sophisticated OS permit the BlackBerry PlayBook to provide people with authentic multi tasking and a highly responsive and fluid touchscreen display screen experience for applications and content providers.

Uncompromised Internet Surfing

With assistance for Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1, Adobe® Mobile AIR® and HTML-5, the BlackBerry PlayBook gives customers with an uncompromised, high fidelity internet experience and offers these the ability to experience every one of the web sites, game titles and media on the web. For over a decade, the mobile market has strives to bridge the distance between your "actual internet" and cellular devices through various applications and technologies and, in fact, a significant quantity of mobile applications now still basically function as a proxy for information that previously exists on the net. The BlackBerry PlayBook ends that space and delivers the real, full net sensation to traveling users while additionally beginning new and more fantastic options for builders and information publishers.

Blackberry Play Book Multimedia

 Important features and technical specs of the BlackBerry PlayBook consist of:

•    7" Liquid crystal display, 1024 x 600, WSVGA, capacitive touchscreen display with total multi-touch and gesture support

•    BlackBerry Tablet OS with backing for symmetric multiprocessing

•    1 GHz dual-core processor

•    1 Gigabyte RAM

•    Double Hi-def cameras (3 MP front facing, five Mega pixel rear facing), supports 1080p High definition video recording

•    Video playback: 1080p HD Video, H.264, MPEG, DivX, WMV

•    Audio playback: MP3, AAC, WMA

•    HDMI video output

•    Wi-Fi - 802.11 a/b/g/n

•    Bluetooth 2.1 EDR

•    Connectors: microHDMI, microUSB, charging contacts

•    Open, flexible application platform with support for WebKit/HTML-5, Adobe Flash Player 10.1, Adobe Mobile AIR, Adobe Reader, POSIX, OpenGL, Java

•    Ultra thin and portable:

o    Measures 5.1"x7.6"x0.4" (130mm x 193mm x 10mm)

o    Weighs less than a lb (approximately .9 lb or 400g)

The BlackBerry PlayBook features high quality multimedia functions to compliment high-quality mobile experiences. It provides double High definition digital cameras for video capture and video conferencing that can both record HD video at the same time, and an HDMI-out slot for displaying one's creations on outside displays. The BlackBerry PlayBook even offers rich stereo audio and a multimedia player which challenges the top in the market.For those BlackBerry PlayBook users who have a BlackBerry smart phone, it will be workable to pair their Playbook and smart phone utilizing a secure and protected Bluetooth® connection. Therefore they can decide to make use of the bigger tablet display to effortlessly and securely look at any of the email, calendar, tasks, files as well as other content that is located on their smartphone. They can also use their particular tablet and smart phone interchangeably free of being concerned about syncing or duplicating information. This secure integration of BlackBerry tablets and smart phones is a extremely valuable characteristic for all business enterprise users who want to leave their laptop behind.

How Does the BlackBerry Playbook Change the Game?


I am hoping that the playbook OS could be the way forward for Blackberry smart phones. it seems like they included the one function that prevented excellent game titles from coming over to Blackberry, the ability to save apps to other than the principal Ram memory. Consider installing a game that has near 20MB on an existing 512MB Blackberry smartphone where the OS uses up fifty percent the memory space

If it is the forthcoming, and the Operating-system in the playbook may be translated to a phone, then RIM will surely restore their position, eventually driving other OS's to innovate

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    • McConnell Group profile imageAUTHOR

      Shawn McCconnell 

      7 years ago from Mississauga, Ontario

      Pine away no more, for the 16GB Wi-Fi version of the BlackBerry PlayBook can be ordered for $500 at Best Buy from...now! Or it's $600 for 32GB or $700 for 64GB. In other words, it's the first tablet to match the iPad's pricing, toe-to-toe. Which is impressive. And it's coming out April 19.

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