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The Blackberry Playbook – The Tablet That Started It All

Press Release   •   Feb 24, 2011 17:14 GMT

This 2011, there are a number of tablets that come with so much power we never thought possible. Examples of these tablets are the LG Optimus Pad and the Motorola Xoom. These come with powerful processors. They come with 1 GHz dual-core processors that come with double the power compared to the single-core processors we have been accustomed to. However, there is only one tablet that started it all. This is the Blackberry Playbook.

 

Ever since the Apple iPad was released into the market, it opened numerous doors and possibilities. There were so many advantages and things we could now do that were not possible in the past. They were lightweight, highly portable, and did not put any strain on the fingers when working through its functions. Everything was done using a touch screen interface.

 

The iPad may have opened our eyes to countless possibilities, but the Playbook showed us of the power these devices could have. This tablet was the first to be equipped with a dual-core processor. This allowed you to multi-task like never before. It also allowed you to enjoy lightning-fast executions. You could load applications, open multiple tabs in a browser, and play games all at the same time. No matter how demanding the requirements of an application may be, you will never notice a decrease in the device’s performance.

 

When it came to web fidelity, the Blackberry Playbook was one of the best. Its browser was fully integrated with Adobe Flash 10.1 and HTML 5. This simply meant that you could quickly access more than 1.6 million websites found on the internet. This made the Playbook ideal for media, games, apps, and everything the World Wide Web has to offer. With this integration, text will render in the least amount of time, graphics will load instantaneously, and videos will stream seamlessly.

 

You will enjoy high-speed internet connections on this tablet. You can use your smartphone as a modem for the device. 4G network access is available on the 4G version of the device. You can make use of its Bluetooth capabilities. You can also make use of its powerful Wi-Fi capabilities. With the Blackberry Playbook, you get a tablet that changes the way you look at tablets.

The Blackberry Playbook and the LG Optimus Pad are dual-core tablets.

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