Research In Motion’s (RIM) BlackBerry PlayBook was launched in India on Wednesday.
“BlackBerry PlayBook comes in an ultra-portable design and features industry-leading performance with real-time multitasking and symmetrical multiprocessing,” the company said in a statement.
The much awaited rival to Apple’s iPad, the 7-inch tablet from BlackBerry feels solid, well constructed, a note book type appearance, with no button in the front and equipped with Wi-Fi support. The UI is refreshing and idiot proof.
“It delivers high-fidelity web browsing including support for Adobe Flash, as well as spectacular high-definition (HD) multimedia, advanced security features and out-of-the-box enterprise support,” the company statement added.
It will be distributed nationally through Redington India and Ingram Micro, initially in 1000 retail stores across eight cities and will then expand to other parts of the country.
In India, the BlackBerry PlayBook will cost Rs. 27,990 (16 GB), Rs. 32,990 (32 GB) and Rs. 37,990 (64 GB).
- Screen- 7-inch LCD
- Processor- Arm Cortex dual-core A9 1GHz
- Memory- 1GB (expandable to 64GB)
- Battery- 5300 mAH
- Front Camera- 3MP
- 4G- Yes
- Wi-Fi- Yes
- Bluetooth- Yes
Jun 9, 2011 Blackberry Development
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