Have you had trouble keeping up with details on the surplus of upcoming tablets? Now that slate season is in full swing there are literally dozens of devices in the pipeline, and TabletPCReview has compiled a helpful schedule of announced releases through fall 2011.
Apple released its quarterly earnings report, which included sales figures for the original iPad for possibly the last time. Numbers have also come out about RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook. How did both the old device and newest arrival fare?
Owners of the BlackBerry PlayBook who are also AT&T BlackBerry users might notice an interesting feature -- or lack thereof -- when they try to wirelessly connect their BlackBerrys to their shiny new tablets: BlackBerry Bridge is unavailable.
They may look alike, but tablets are not one-size-fits-all devices. Different tablets have different features that appeal to different users. As such, mom's tablet may not be the best fit for dad, and the soon-to-be grad may want something entirely different. TabletPCReview helps break it all down.
Today, April 19, 2011, Research In Motion (RIM) officially launches its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Well known for the BlackBerry line of smartphones, a favorite amongst business users, the PlayBook's release marks a couple of firsts for the Waterloo, Ontario based company.
RIM's new BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is now available. How does it stack up against the two biggest players in the tablet market right now? Does it have the mettle to tango with the iPad 2 and Xoom? Read TabletPCReview's full analysis to find out.
The BlackBerry PlayBook is a 7-inch tablet running RIM's new BlackBerry Tablet OS. It's designed to appeal to the enterprise with BlackBerry's notable security, and consumers with power and speed. Find out if TabletPCReview thinks it's any good in this First Look review.
Eighty-four percent of tablet owners list gaming as their "most popular" tablet activity followed by searching for info (78%) and emailing (74%), according to a recent survey of 1,430 tablet owners, conducted by Google's Admob.
At CES, RIM hinted the BlackBerry PlayBook would ship soon after the show, saying "hold your breath" in regards to the release date. It's a good thing no one listened, because they'd be long dead as the PlayBook tablet is slated to ship April 19, more than three months after CES.
Research in Motion (RIM) has officially confirmed that the BlackBerry PlayBook, which will run the BlackBerry Tablet OS, will be able to run certain Android apps, forming an intriguing alliance between the two platforms.
The BlackBerry PlayBook from Research in Motion has found a home, and it will be at over 20,000 retail outlets across the US and Canada.
Sprint has officially begun advertising the BlackBerry 4G Playbook on its website, giving customers the opportunity to sign up for updates and ready-to-buy reminders.
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