The move is seen as an effort to dump unwanted inventory into the busy holiday.
RIM's PlayBook features the standard 1GHz dual-core processor and 1GB RAM but its real differentiating factor is its Internet experience. The browser has support for Adobe Flash, Adobe AIR, and HMTL 5.
Additionally, the PlayBook has a 7-inch screen, 1024x600 resolution, dual cameras, a microHDMI port and the BlackBerry App World, which has thousands of apps.
The main reason the tablet has been universally hated is the fact that RIM botched the software launch so badly there was not even a native email client.
Get the tablet here: BlackBerry - PlayBook Tablet with 64GB Memory
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 20 Nov 2011 2:26