Summary: Streaming radio. I bought this 32GB device (not the LTE device) in 2012 after the media trashed it, and BlackBerry had to sell them off. I find it very intuitive and easy . I have used it for surfing, streaming radio, facebook, emails, YouTube, pictures, videos, sometimes hooked up to the TV through...
Summary: Absolute Garbage. Battery life is terrible. The screen flickers and goes berserk when i touch my finger to it half the time. To top it all off, it shipped with an adapter from another country so is completely useless to anyone in North America.
Summary: Purchased for core features of most portable devices, 3 years ago: Movies, e-reading, music, image storage, catch-up TV and net browsing on a decent sized screen. That was all I needed. I couldn't give a stuff about gimmicky apps or skype calls.
Summary: Received the Playbook this week and very pleased with the tablet. The screen although only 7 inches is very clear and a delight to watch movies. Sound through my headphones is like being at the cinema. It may prove that the apps are limited but for now it is fine.
Summary: With the iPad and Android tablets grabbing all the attention, you’d be forgiven for thinking there were no other platforms on the market. This is far more than a two-horse race, however, and the latest to the starting gate is RIM’s long-awaited BlackBerry PlayBook.