BlackBerry PlayBook with a 10-inch display revealed in spy shots
BlackBerry PlayBook 10-inch model Fullscreen
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1. hung2900 posted on 30 Jul 2012, 04:19 0 0
For those who dont wanna visit Vietnamese forum tinhte, the 7inch Playbook you see in the photo is also a 4G model.
I dont know but it seems to be that those Vietnamese know how to get the new devices before the world.
3. valapsp posted on 30 Jul 2012, 04:51 0 0
This looks sleek as its OS. The only problem with Blackberry is its lack of apps and games. I think if Blackberry switches to Windows Phone it'll have a breakthrough. Why I don't say Android/iOS is because a Blackberry design and an Android/iOS UI are not consistent enough.
4. Nikolas.Oliver (limited) 2 days ago posted on 30 Jul 2012, 05:26 0 0
i bet it will get sued by apple since it has identical design with iPad
5. imkyle posted on 30 Jul 2012, 06:13 0 0
I do like it a lot. The Playbook is so fluid and when it gets Blackberry 10 it will be insanely smooth.
7. IamYourFather6657 posted on 01 Aug 2012, 00:58 0 0
I am guessing 1280 x 800 display thanks to aspect ratio
Sad cause I like 16:9 aspect more
8. Joshua9007 posted on 01 Aug 2012, 03:00 0 0
They have been known for quality construction and for being business-orientated, so I think they should build them. If the recent Nexus 7 is any indication, prices of building tablets are lowering, and therefore I think they could make a great business tablet for $300-$350 range. And I think since there has been a recent trend toward tablets in the work place, they could really excel in that area and even beat out the iPad! They would have to make sure that there was removable memory, Bluetooth, video out (at least with an adapter), the highest security & build quality... and maybe even work with business software companies to make apps for business software. (we remember Cisco's try at the business tablet, but I think they were just too early)
Microsoft thinks that they will corner this market, but I think that blackberry would be a good competitor... if they can right the ship and stop sinking.