Blackberry Playbook Hands-on Videos
By on March 22nd, 2011

The ; a 7 inch tablet from RIM will be out soon. The tablet was featured at the CTIA 2011 and I got a good chance to play around with the tablet.

Blackberry PlayBook

I must say that I was pretty impressed with the tablet and definitely look forward to it’s release next week. The interface is fluid and smooth. I addition to that, the tablet is a multi-tasking powerhouse with live widgets that will continue to play in the back while you launch other applications.

For example, if you are playing a video and switch to another app, you can still view a live feed of it in the apps panel. The same goes for games, emails, and practically every app.

To know more about the feature take a look at the PlayBook hands-on video I shot at CTIA 2011. Click here or here if you can’t watch the videos.

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  • http://www.blackberry.com Gerald

    Hi Keith! Gerald from RIM Social Media Team here.

    Thanks for the post on our BlackBerry PlayBook, and great to know that you have experienced it for yourself!

    With its upcoming release, we’re certainly looking to showcase quality apps that go hand-in-hand with the PlayBook. For your interest, you may want to check out this video in which some of our apps were displayed during Consumer Electronics Show 2011 that took place in Las Vegas (http://blogs.blackberry.com/2011/01/ces-2011-blackberry-playbook-apps/).

    Cheers!

 
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