The Blackberry Playbook
In this article, we will be discussing the Blackberry Playbook tablet. It will up against the likes of 4G playbook releasing this year later on. We will examine, if it has what it takes to extract the hard earned cash from your pocket.
The Blackberry Playbook had a terrific and warm welcome. Initially, it was being compared as the next big thing to iPad. But, then it hit the rock bottom. The reason was probably its bad performance and average ratings which took the spotlight away. It couldn’t attract the customers with its performance.
The first problem was that it wasn’t the whole complete package, as the Apple iPad 2 was. The Apple iPad 2 was released at the same particular time. The lack of third party application added insult to injury.
The sad part of the fall of Blackberry Playbook was that it lacked its very own calendar and email applications. It relies on the Blackberry phone for providing this function. It took another mortal blow with this.
The good features are impressive by the way as the Blackberry Playbook sports 1 GB RAM and dual core 1 GHz processor. This alone gives it enough metal to stand aside many top competitors. It has powerful multitasking features. The screen boasts of 1024*600 pixels, which are terrific and impressive. Its weight is just 425 grams. It is lightweight and easy to hold. It is available in black designs. The screen is 7 inches long and the thickness of Blackberry Playbook is 194* 130 mm.
The back camera is 5 megapixels which is not bad for a tablet at the moment. It is quite capable of 1080p video recording, which is an added bonus. The camera at the front is 3 megapixels.
There are some ports available such as:
1: Micro HDMI
2: Micro USB
The Blackberry Playbook is powered by its very own Playbook operating system 2.0. This will fix up the previous bugs in the operating system.
There are many new and creative applications available for the Blackberry Playbook. All thanks to Android, the Blackberry Playbook is not all that bad.
There are certain applications built in the Blackberry Playbook. The calendar and email applications are finally here, which will ease the heat and controversy around Blackberry Playbook.
The prices for the Blackberry Playbook have been a little down. The new prices are 200 dollars for the 16 GB Blackberry Playbook and 250 dollars for the 32 GB Blackberry Playbook.
In the end
So, the price beats that of Google Nexus and the software is now fixed up and updated. So, it not a bad deal after all.
RIM has made it sure, that its Blackberry Playbook does well in the market and make up for its bad release and blunders with its updated software.
The price is quite nominal to say the least and the Android store at large is pretty tempting too.
Furthermore, it is fast and furious.