Blackberry Playbook Tablet Review
This PlayBook Tablet is made by Blackberry to empower individuals who would like tools to energy achievement. PlayBook improves personal productivity while offering companies a easy, no hassle method to rapidly embrace tablet technology. It offers DocsToGo and Adobe Readers software in addition to support for enterprise VPN connectivity and corporate intranet browsing.
BlackBerry PlayBook made a high performance tablet. For BlackBerry smartphone users there are additional benefits added to the PlayBook experience, like access to BlackBerry services living on the handheld. Get access to BBM (BlackBerry Messenger), email, calendar, contacts, memo pad, tasks from your BlackBerry smartphone–all on the large display. It is very comfortable to use.
The New Blackberry Playbook has so many Features,
- Uncompromise Web Browsing
- Stuning Multimedia
- And many more
The Blackberry Playbook Specification are :
* Display: 7 inch multi-touch capacitive LCD screen, 1024 x 600-pixel resolution
* Processor: 1 GHz dual-core processor
* Storage: 16 GB for storage
* Memory: 1 GB of RAM
* Communications: Wireless-N Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n)
* Webcams: 3 MP forward facing, 5 MP rear; both capture Full HD 1080p video
* Audio: Stereo speakers
* GPS: For navigation and location-based services; includes accelerometer, 6-axis motion sensing (gyroscope) and digital compass (magnetometer)
* Ports: HDMI video output, Micro USB port
* Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.1 x 0.4 inches
* Weight: 0.9 pounds (15 ounces)
The BlackBerry PlayBook delivers professional-grade, consumer-friendly experiences that redefine the possibilities of mobile computing. This ultra-portable tablet looks and feels great, measuring less than half an inch thick and weighing less than a pound.
In terms of interface, the OS looks like a mashup of webOS and the BlackBerry OS, even allowing for multitasking via what amounts to a “card” view. Interestingly, boasted of the PlayBook’s multimedia and gaming functions, The tablet as “an amplified view of what’s already on your BlackBerry.” That’s due largely in part to a function of the tablet which allows you to siphon data off of your BlackBerry handset via Bluetooth tethering and display it on your PlayBook. While the PlayBook doesn’t seem to rely on phone content alone, the press release from the company says that users can “use their tablet and smartphone interchangeably without worrying about syncing or duplicating data.”
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