RIM launched its first tablet – PlayBook – without kernel (email server or BBM) BlackBerry is known. The table is sold in the WiFi-only window, which means you will not always have a connection. Still, there are many things that like the Playbook. Here are some.
BlackBerry Playbook Quick Spec
Screen: 7-inch Display Resolution 1024 x 600 pixels
Operating System: BlackBerry Tablet OS
Processor: 1GHz dual core ARM-Cortex A9 processor
Graphics: VR SGX540 graphics
Storage: 16GB / 32GB / 64GB
Connectivity: Bluetooth, WiFi
Camera: 3 megapixel camera on the front panel and 5 megapixel camera on back cover
Battery length: 8-10 hours
Outstanding building quality
The table has excellent construction quality. It looks and feels good in your hand. Rubberized back makes it easy to hold. Front speakers look great and sound good.
With the 7 inch display, the BlackBerry Playbook is ultraportable; You can almost put it in your pocket, provided you have unusual big pockets. The screen is crisp and sharp and gives crisp images.
The table has a touch of a wide wide bezel. Swipe your finger over the frame and you can wake up the screen or launch menus.
Great Playback of Videos
The BlackBerry Playbook offers excellent video playback. It has a micro HDMI output port for transferring video to external HDTV. The table can also record video at 1080p resolution.
The BlackBerry Playbook operates a QNX-based operating system that offers outstanding support for multi-tasking. It is similar to Palm webOS in many materials and works brilliantly. You can have multiple video windows playing simultaniously. Best of all, the tablet supports Adobe Flash, which means that no part of the web is intact.
Currently there are only about 3000 programs available for the chart. Many of these are repeating BB phone apps. On the bright side, RIM has announced that it is working to make the tablet compatible with Android applications. This compatibility will not come until later this year though.
The table replaces pre loaded applications for word processing, presentations and spreadsheets. However, there is no native email on the PlayBook. You can access your email from your BlackBerry smartphone via Bluetooth. There is one problem though: Your phone needs to stay very close to the table.
BlackBerry Playbook is an ultraportable tablet with a decent operating system. It's not perfect, but it's fun to play with. The biggest downer, at the moment, is the limited availability of applications for the platform. Fix it and RIM can be sure it has a winner in hand.
Source by Manjusha Nambiar