RIM BlackBerry PlayBook Two Part Video Review

As you are probably aware, Research In Motion has now released their BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, and thus far the tablet hasn’t been favoured in reviews, so is the BlackBerry PlayBook a wise tablet choice? Well we have a two-part video review for your viewing pleasure below that may help you make up your mind.

The BlackBerry PlayBook review comes our way courtesy of Aaron Baker over at Phone Dog and is in two parts, the first delivering twelve and a half minutes of footage while the second runs for almost fourteen minutes giving an in-depth look at the device.

The BlackBerry PlayBook is a WiFi only tablet available in 16GB with a price tag of $499, 32GB costing $599 and 64GB commanding $699, and packs a 1GHz dual core Cortex A9 processor, a 7-inch display, 1GB RAM, 5 megapixel camera with 1080p, and a 3 megapixel front facing camera.

However is the BlackBerry PlayBook the right tablet for you or should you perhaps opt for a different tablet to go with? Well, head on down and check out the review videos below and it may help you make up your mind, and if it does feel free to let us know if you are going to purchase the BlackBerry PlayBook…enjoy.


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    John says:

    I like the form factor a lot — 7" is just right for mobility. So while waiting for a friend at coffee or lunch it really works much better than my Ipad. As i am a blackberry user i get all my email but also can use gmail on the internet. The browser is far superior to Ipad as well. For documents and work you get MS Word, Excel and PPoint viewer. To buy that would be hundreds of dollars more. The device has limited apps now but that will grow and the native email is coming within 60 days. The video and pictures are stunning. So, for my dollars the playbook is excellent now. For those without a blackberry less so, but the 7" form means this is way more likely to be used in lots of different places.

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