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RIM introduces PlayBook -- the BlackBerry tablet

The PlayBook will have full OpenGL and POSIX support, and RIM seems to have its eye set firmly on capturing a gamer market, stating "This is going to be an incredible gaming platform for publishers and the players."

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frankymv2885d ago (Edited 2885d ago )

Th plot thickens.......

A tablet firmly targeting the gaming market.

SuperStrokey11232885d ago

Well it supports flash, thats a win imho!

Longrod_Von_Hugendon2885d ago

Every single demonstration of mobile flash shows just how poorly it preforms and how draining it is on battery life. So remind me again why'd we want flash on portable/mobile device?

Nice ad spot. But we'll see how capable this is when it hits the market. I think Apple is going to hold the lead for the foreseeable future.

And the next update to the iPad will include two cams like iPhone/iPod.

FinalomegaS2884d ago

I would like to understand what you're talking about, what lead?

"BlackBerry maker offers tablet aimed at businesses"
http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/...

blackberry is world leading for business, sure I see the casual crowd using it but when it comes to businesses I can assure you that BB is all in there.

This is going to help a lot of the businesses, iPad is for apple enthusiasts out there, they should have the ipad have the ability of flash and leave it up to the end user to choose if they want to have it on or off, no?

SuperStrokey11232884d ago

Its nice to have support for as much stuff as possible, more support is never a bad thing. Plus its not like you NEED to use it as opposed to the ipad where even if you wanted to you couldnt...

hoops2884d ago

So the next Ipad update will include features all these up coming tablets have already at launch.
How nice for Apple to get with the game

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