Summary: At one time or another,I have owned or used an Ipad,an android tablet and a Playbook and I have to say the Playbook was by far the best!! True it has not gotten Bejeweled Blitz or Kindle and the apps are limited in comparison to other tablets but For multi tasking, video,reading,camera,watching...
Summary: Hard to believe that these were up to 500 quid when they first came out. The build quality is good, screen is bright, but that's where the positives end. The operating system is clunky and slow. Full of bugs. Wifi drops out a lot. The app selection is utterly awful.
Summary: ok the playbook delivery from the seller was fantastic within 2 days very well packaged on opening and viewing i was really surprised how well built this is i charged and did the update cool works great the only problem was that for some reason these do have a problem connecting through the USB...
Summary: For the money, a Blackberry gives you a well made tablet with up to 64 GB of memory, true multitasking and a great screen. However, the app store is shockingly limited and side loading Android apps, leaves them very buggy.
Summary: I had an iPod mini, was seduced by the flash on the playbook. I was a fool, it's incredibly slow to boot up, has only a handful of apps, most of them overpriced, and takes ages to load any website. My daughter's kindle fire is faster!
Summary: I already have an iPad which is the best Tablet out there but it's only 16gb which is restrictive when storing videos and music. There are many tablets out there but reading the reviews I was put off by the negative comments.
Summary: I have had a Blackberry Playbook before, and this product was advertised as brand new, it was faulty as the screen was ghosting and the previous pages were showing through, I also tried to register it with Blackberry and I was informed it was not new.