We all know that PlayBook tablet is an enterprise level tablet mostly aiming to bring use for business people, but still RIM wants to include all good things in tablet to reach a greater market.
RIM made a deal a few days ago with 7digital music provider company. So, the Playbook tablet will provide access to over 13 million songs on pay-per-track basis. 7digital is already one of the most popular song providers in BlackBerry phones. The company is also quite successful in European market and entered to US market two years ago.
The service is very similar to iTunes: song previews, song suggestions according to your musical taste etc. 13 million songs database is a great deal and surely will help PlayBook sell in the tablet market well.
We all knew that the BlackBerry PlayBook will come to Sprint 4G network possibly in summer 2011. Now, there are news that PlayBook tablet will be available on AT&T’s 3G network as well. Expected release date is April. This will be followed by LTE version according to news. If availability of PlayBook on 3G and LTE networks provided by AT&T, it would be interesting to see which version would be more successful and AT&T new data abilities will be essential to handle all new data requests.
I am sure that you have heard about recent news where Kaufman Bros. analyst Shaw Wu suggested that Playbook has problems with battery life and added that QNX system used in Playbook is not optimized for tablets.
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Engadget has reported a possible delay in Playbook tablet release by commenting on a financial statement from a RIM spokeswoman:
Blackberry Playbook marketing goes in full speed. This time it was featured in Black Eyed Peas The Time (Dirty Bit) MTV. You can see Playbook tablet starting from 2:10 moment of the video inside this post.
RIM (Research in Motion) has encouraging news for all mobile application developers. Recently, the company has started a good campaign to bring more qualified applications to its store.
All you need to develop Playbook applications and submit to Blackberry App World store for review. If RIM decides to accept it, you will get the upcoming Playbook tablet for free.
It is certain that Blackberry Playbook tablet will be one of the hits of tablet market in 2011. Currently, Playbook tablet release date is poised for Feb, 2011. It will be the second tablet in the market which uses its own company operating system after iPad while other tablets use either Android versions or Windows 7. Specially developed Blackberry tablet OS will be running on the Playbook.
Hey there, all things related Playbook become even more sweeter! Now, Jim Dulce of RIM made a quick Playbook walk-through demonstration for BGR (BoyGeniusReport).
He has first shown how to navigate the application shortcuts on the screen and then has started playing a song in the music application. With the aim to show multitasking capabilities of the Blackberry Tablet, he minimized this music application and opened a photo application while the song still plays and continued with video application as well.
RIM Co-CEO Mike Lazaridis uses heavy marketing strategy for upcoming Blackberry Playbook unlike many competitors who prefer staying behind the curtains with so little information until the release date.
Here on BlackberryTablets.net unofficial tablet news, reviews website, we congratulate Mr. Lazaridis for providing many great details to public regularly about the Playbook tablet. Continue Reading