Excerpt: Hello reader! Today I am going to review my Blackberry Playbook. I wanted to buy a tablet for my studies. I wanted a tablet which has- Microsoft Excel , Word , PPT- E-book reader- Cameras on both the sides- Fast e-mail service- Good graphics- Dependable OS- Long lasting battery- Good touchscreenB ...
"Great tablet! Look at this is you want a great 7-inch!"
18 November 2012
Pros: OS is simple, and easy to use (Gestures) OS 2.0 means playbook apps + android apps Very nice design / os design Awesome browser - best i've seen in a tablet + Flash Blackberry bridge is REALLY useful Ppt, word, excel come free Designed in canada! :)
Cons: Blackberry bridge only works with blackberry (duh) Start button is hard to press, but you'll only need to press it once. Screen is small BUT it is the same size as other 7-inch tablets , so I wouldn't consider this a negative.
Pros: Where to start. High quality cameras. Fast processor. Great user interface. Fast online video playback with no lapse in audio/video. Seamless integration with windows word and spreadsheets with downloaded app. Great bluetooth. Great battery life 10hr
Cons: We could always complain about something. Does not have a memory expansion slot. A little heavy w/otter box case. No android apps. Phone integration is only for blackberry phones. No Netflix compatibilty.
"Immense potential. . .if you have the patience to wait"
21 October 2012
Pros: Great browser, fun and unique UI, powerful multitasking, great companion to a blackberry phone, great camera, micro HDMI port, newly updated availability of PIM is very decent, built study, classic blackberry "enterprise" look and feel.
Cons: Still catching up to other platforms when it comes to the availability of apps. Maybe they might catch up eventually with the introduction of support for android apps but not any time soon. . .
Pros: Simplicity for someone looking as a working tool and not as a toy. Battery is pretty good.
Cons: If you dont pick up a good Wi-Fi connection your stuffed, as mobile networks are not great, but bridging with your smartphone allows you to use the phone as a mouse, or the tablet as a keyboard to send emails from your phone.