In the past few years we have come across many tablet PC’s of high quality. The competition between manufacturers have become intense due to involvement of some of the big names such as Research in Motion; the Canadian-based company who are famous for their BlackBerry smartphones.
Today we shall take a look at the Blackberry PlayBook review which is the first RIM Blackberry Tablet of the company.
Design and Display
The BlackBerry PlayBook weighs around 0.9 pounds with a 7 inch bright, vivid screen and a nice contrast. It comes with the RIM technology which emphasizes greatly on portability. Located on the top side of the tablet are volume control, play and power buttons.
The Blackberry PlayBook runs smoothly by making use of a 1GHz Dual Core TI OMAP processor supported with 1GB of RAM. The device comes with various options of internal storages such as 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. Overall performance of the CPU is superb making it one of the fastest tablets in the market because of its great Operating System support.
Perfect Device at Work
Blackberry have manufactured quality devices understanding the mind set and requirements of businessmen for a long time now. The PlaBook is no different, offering a good and reliable virtual keyboard that can be used in both landscape or portrait modes. Shortcuts of copy and paste are also available. Adobe PDF files are largely used these days and it allows you to read them since RIM is cooperating with Adobe. You can also enjoy playing famous flash games available online because of Adobe Flash support.
BlackBerry PlayBook offers one of the best connectivity options in the market. The device supports WiFi, 3G, and 4G HSPA+ and 4G LTE connectivity. Having such flexibility allows you to pick the version suiting your needs and budgets.
The Blackberry tablet occupies a 5 Megapixel primary camera along with a 3 Megapixel secondary camera for video calling. Cameras of 7 inch tablet’s can be used easily compared to that of 10 inches, and can also produce great images plus videos. Captured images and videos can be shared with friends and family using micro-HDMI and micro-USB ports.
The BlackBerry PlayBook runs on BlackBerry Tablet OS, supported with 1GB of RAM and a 1GHz dual core processor. QNX is the developer of this new operating system who are well known for their reliable software’s. The fascinating operating system allows faster handling of multimedia and video files without any sort of lag.
RIM has unleashed an all round tablet through the Blackberry PlayBook. It offers great support for businessmen and everyone else through social network integration. Some might feel uncomfortable with the size of screen but is overall a device worth going for.