RIM BlackBerry PlayBook Hands-on
0. phoneArena 08 Jan 2011, 13:01 posted on
For a good majority of the tablets showcased at CES, they were merely shells that didn't quite have a polished platform experience to undoubtedly release their full potential. However, RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook managed to ...
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1. Android (Posts: 20; Member since: 04 Dec 2010)
hey PhoneArena, you accidently uploaded a picture of an Android tablet to this post.
3. downphoenix (Posts: 3143; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
not sure why there's so much excitement about the Xoom, this thing is actually running NOW (not some stupid video demonstrations, lame that Google and Motorola couldnt even come to CES prepared, and they still somehow won the show) and it looks more slick than the Android tabs with its interface. I am a big fan of Google and Android, and I pretty much hate Blackberry, but they did a complete 180 here, and Im glad Sprint is getting this, they got arguably the best 2 phones of last year exclusive to them, and Verizon is getting a slightly updated version of one of them soon, LOL. I hope Google can prove me wrong though and make Honeycomb better... and actually running in real time.
6. zfly9 (Posts: 17; Member since: 29 Oct 2009)
Actually there was a live demo at CES from Verizon for the Xoom.
5. Holly Golightly (unregistered)
Wow, this will be the Tablet I will be getting!!!!!!!!! I am simply impressed by its design. The specs are very nice. To me, this is the the perfect Tablet. Hopefully they will have a 64gb WiFi version. I must say, I am impressed.