Technology advances and touch screens are becoming more popular. Tablets are trendy and major tech brands such as Google and Samsung have tried to win the battle against the popular Apple iPad. Blackberry could not stay out of the game, after announcing its long-awaited Blackberry Playbook at CES 2011, it is finally on sale.
It is 9.7 mm thick and has a 7-inch multitouch screen with a 3 MP front camera and a rear 5MP camera, and it also runs Android applications, with these features Blackberry’s Playbook is gaining ground in the competitive tablet market.
The web browsing experience is more complete in the playbook as it handles flash 10.1 and html 5, this is possible thanks to its 4 GHz dual-core processor. It also comes with HDMI and USB ports for 1080p HD video.
RIM’s Blackberry Playbook is available in versions of 16 GB ($ 500), 32 GB ($ 600) and 64 GB ($ 700) in the U.S. and Canada.