RIM's BlackBerry Playbook

The BlackBerry Playbook is an attempt to win back enterprise users from its competitors.

Research In Motion, the people behind the BlackBerry products unveiled the BlackBerry tablet. Featuring a 7" LCD, 1GB RAM and a 1 GHz dual-core processor, it is yet the fastest tablet. If you already own a BlackBerry smartphone, the tablet can work out-of-the-box while automatically syncing information between the devices. From the information made available, the Playbook connects to the BlackBerry smartphone using a Bluetooth connection and all content that's on the smartphone is automatically setup directly on the tablet. A sigh of relief to the IT departments worldwide who would otherwise have to setup yet another device for corporate data.

At the time of writing a 3G version of the Playbook had not been announced.

The device also boasts dual HD cameras and supports 1080p HD video recording, multi-format video playback and an HDMI port for video output that will come in handy for those pesky presentations.

On the web, support for WebKit/HTML5, Adobe Flash, Adobe AIR and Java is promised.

The BlackBerry Playbook is expected early 2011 in the US. Developers are asked to register for early access to the development platform.

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