Blackberry to launch a new tablet that has two or possible more important things that the iPad doesn’t. What are they?
The tablets just keep on coming and that is obviously a good thing. This time around it is the Blackberry Tablet that is getting everyones attention. It is the latest innovation from RIM and Blackberry obviously had something up their sleeve with the release of their OS. The new Blackberry Playbook Tablet features a 7 Inch display with a 1024 x 600 pixels.
Other specs for the Blackberry Playbook Tablet is the multi-touch input and unlike the iPad you can actually use Adobe Flash which is obviously fantastic. When it comes to connectivity you are going to be able to choose between Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.Sorry no 3G, but if you can wait 3g is sure to be added in the following models.
You can get video playback on either H.264, MPEG4, WMV , or DivX. The general specs for the Blackberry Playbook Tablet is a
1GHz dual Core processor, 1GB RAM, 7″ Capacitive touchscreen with Multi touch, 1024 x 600, 5MP Rear Camera, 3MP Front Camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, DLNA, Micro USB, HDMI ports, Video conferencing with HD video and Stereo sound, Full Adobe Flash 10.1 support, Built-in support for HTML 5 and you can pair it with any Blackberry Device.
Unfortunately there is no info on pricing but we do know that it is going to be available in the US in Q1 of 2011 and worldwide in Q2.