Catch this sneak peek of the BlackBerry PlayBook
The model seen on the video is not running a dual-core processor yet, which makes the smoothness of the video quite impressive. The browser used in the demo is the same WebKit based version used on the BlackBerry Torch, running through "a Flash compatible environment" although it is not yet optimized. Neale also showed off the "true" multitasking capabilities of the device, and while he did comment a few times that what he was presenting was an early version of PlayBook, his opinion of the tablet? "It is amazing," says the RIM executive. Anyone else agree?
1. BigKippa posted on 04 Dec 2010, 10:54 0 0
ummmmmm yes please!! Just give it 4G and make it a mobile hotspot and I'd give my right arm for it!!
2. smpdx posted on 04 Dec 2010, 12:10 1 0
Yes! Thank you God! Someone finally picked up on how Palm does multitasking!
6. Misanthropos posted on 06 Dec 2010, 14:10 0 0
Palm did it better, but it's definitely nice to see that their innovation is affecting those around them. Nothing beats webOS multitasking and app management!
3. Syksyd posted on 04 Dec 2010, 20:38 0 0
would deffinately get this over any ipad, or even the android tab...BB finally producing a game changer, now use that same creativity and put it to a phone..PLEASE!!
4. gropro posted on 05 Dec 2010, 07:52 0 0
its good but the total pixels are the same amount used in the iphone4 and double the size.
5. Issac (unregistered) posted on 05 Dec 2010, 13:54 0 0
So it's just a webOS copy... :/