BlackBerry PlayBook 3G+ released in the U.K.
dual-core 1.5GHz processor from the dual-core 1GHz processor on the Wi-Fi only model. The pricing of the tablet is interesting because at £420 ($690), the BlackBerry PlayBook 3G+ costs £30 more than a 32GB Apple iPad mini tricked out with the same 32GB of storage and cellular connectivity.
The BlackBerry PlayBook should be in the mix in that competitive 7 inch low priced tablet sector with the Amazon Kindle Fire HD, the Google Nexus 7 and the Apple iPad mini, but thanks to RIM's fading fortunes, the tablet seems to be just forgotten. We wouldn't be surprised to see RIM try to get rid if inventory by drastically cutting prices in a few weeks to spur holiday sales. For now though, when it comes to the BlackBerry PlayBook, it's slow business as usual for the Canadian manufacturer.
1. PhoneCritic posted on 05 Nov 2012, 09:57 2 0
I really think RIM should reconsider the pricing on this. At what it is asking it just does not hold against a 9.7 iPad and pales in comparison to Both the Kindle HD and Nexus 7 and forget about the Nexus 10 which is shortly to be release.
6. PhenomFaz posted on 05 Nov 2012, 11:22 1 0
This is an absolute garbage device!
RI has always been arrogant and they're still full of false pride. One can tell this by looking at the price they're asking for this child's toy!
2. johnyivysux posted on 05 Nov 2012, 10:13 0 0
RIM is dead meat....!!!
I wonder who would bother to buy any RIM failure product
3. Nikolas.Oliver (limited) posted on 05 Nov 2012, 10:19 1 0
TROLOLOLOLOLOL! 690 for this s**t ? Cmon you gotta be kidding me, it was like the cool thing in early 2011, thus it runs a s**tty bb os, who will buy it? Rim you are not making any sense, just die, i can buy nexus 7 or nexus 10 for 300 bucks less than this s**t, why pay more for less ? Regardless, pikapowerize will still defend it
This is why i said "RIM is kinda greedy, though not as greedy as apple, at least apple is catching up the game"
But hey, i Can still use it as my chopping board xD
9. Nikolas.Oliver (limited) posted on 05 Nov 2012, 17:13 1 0
That's why we have pikapowerize :)