Friday, April 15, 2011

The BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet - specs and details

RIM known as a corporate smartphones, they're trying to make its products appeal outside of work,too, with the PlayBook Tablet. Is RIM would be able to pull off a simple user interface that appeals to consumers used to the friendly iPad? but the first impressions of the BlackBerry Tablet OS were good.

On BlackBerry PalyBook Tablet switching tasks is achieved by sliding a finger up from the bezel.
All open apps are displayed as thumbnail windows, but the really impressive part is that they're live preview,  in other word if you are watching video, you can see it playing in thumbnail, running smoothly in thumbnail mode.

The homescreen is refreshingly unclutterd, with simple shortcut buttons to applications, which are split into categories such as internet, media and games. The demo unit did not have many apps installed., but more will be available for download.

Existing BlackBerry user will be pleased to know that they will be able to sync their existing handset to the BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet over bluetooth. This lets you accsess email, contacts and appointments through the PlayBook, plus gives the PlayBooj 3G access to the internet. The default model is WiFi only, but a 4G model will be released in the US. Thanks to Flash 10.1 support.

The 7 inch screen has a 1024x600 resolution and look sharp and detailed, colours look nice and bright and viewing angels are excellent. All this smooth multitasking requires relatively high specified hardware. BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet comes with a 1Ghz dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM. Two cameras are available (front and rear) - computer shopper magz

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