Seeing that tablet computers are the newest thing and many are fond of it. RIM's CEO Mike Lazaridis finally described the BlackBerry response to the IPad – Playbook.
They gave them unbeatable since they launched their smartphone smartphone. A lot of people, from famous celebrity and well-known politicians to common average people, are now sports BlackBerry phones. Many actually considered BlackBerry as one of the best and most functional smart phones ever created. Now comes Playbook. This BlackBerry tablet uses the same operating system developed by QNX technology.
The play performs great venues and technologies, including the following AIR, Java, Abode Flash, BlackBerry 6, Webkit / HTML5, POSIX OS, SMP and Open GL. It is also equipped with the latest BlackBerry WebWorks platform RIM. With that, the Playbook title got to be the "fastest tablet" & # 39; Created by RIM.
Regardless of its powerful operating system and many systems, it has pretty good storage capacity on 1GB of RAM, 5 megapixel rear lens that is perfect for those who want Making video conferencing, 3 megapixel front-facing camera. It has horsepower and # 39; For multi-tasking with its Cortex A9 dual-core 1GHz processor. You can open several applications at the same time as it does not affect performance. It will not hang or be hid. The Playbook is capable of recording video and transfer files through Bluetooth or WiFi.
For those who like to watch videos, movies and listen to songs, you'll never be worried about whether the files are compatible or not. The BlackBerry Playbook can play video at full speed and any format – MPEG, DivX, HD or WMV. File extension for audio playback is also easy. You can listen to WMA, MP3 and AAC songs wherever and whenever you want.
One of the advantages of Playbook over the iPad is that it is much smaller and compact. Because of exactly 0.9 pounds or 400g, it's definitely lighter than the iPad but bigger and heavier than the Samsung Galaxy Tab. It measures only 7-inch, about half the size of the iPad. This allows you to create your desktop computer everywhere and you will never worry about matching your bag. The developers are actually dropping evidence that they are developing 3G and 4G models of Playbook in the future. For greedy readers, you will be more than happy to know that Playbook will contain a Kindle program that will allow you to read all the books you want.
Another edge of it is that for Flash sites that usually do not run on the iPad tablet will be visible in the Playbook. RIM promises to open PlayAbout Adobe AIR to provide users with unconventional web experience. This means that you will enjoy all the websites you want to visit without thinking about whether you can access a website. The Playbook is definitely lighter when it comes to applications that are allowed relative to the iPad.
Source by Crystal Reibman