Wednesday, August 10, 2011

BlackBerry PlayBook 4G

BlackBerry PlayBook  4G
Various Gadgets | BlackBerry PlayBook  4G | Blackberry continues to innovate in producing its product. including his blackberry playbook. After the release of the previous product, want to jazz up the tablet market blackberries that are hot at this particular time with the release of the BlackBerry Playbook 4G. Want to know more about this product, please see the report in this article.

RIM announced that in addition to the Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + WiMax versions of the PlayBook, it will also launch an LTE and HSPA + model of its forthcoming tablet. This brings the count to four separate PlayBook tablets – Wi-Fi only, Wi-Fi + WiMax, Wi-Fi + LTE, and Wi-Fi + HSPA+. Each includes Bluetooth tethering, mobile hotspot capability, and BlackBerry Bridge (the label’s own software that enables users BlackBerry messenger, calendar, and e-mail).
BlackBerry PlayBook  4G

RIM has yet to announce what networks will carry the tablet, but given the wide array of connectivity capabilities the various versions will have, it could be any of the large carriers. The announcement also did not include pricing or a launch date, but a screenshot surfaced last week revealing it could be $499.99 and on shelves in April. Just to be clear, that $499.99 tag was attached to the 16GB Wi-Fi only version, so if you’re interested in 4G, be prepared to pay more and possibly wait a little longer. Some sources are saying one model could launch as early as March.

Your patience may pay off, however. Another rumor out there says RIM is working with developers to create software allowing the tablet’s QNX operating system to run Android apps, giving users immediate access to more than 130,000 apps at launch. It’s possible there could be some hiccups in running Android software on a non-native OS, but it’s better than the alternative. RIM is bent on packing this thing full of features as its unveiling looms shortly ahead of us.

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