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BlackBerry PlayBook 2012

BlackBerry PlayBook 2012
alaScore 84

3 reviews

Dec, 2018

We have collected and analyzed 3 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 67/100. The average review date is Mar 10, 2012. We have compared these reviews to 707704 reviews from other Tablet Computers. The alaScore™ for this product is 84/100 = Very good. Last update: Dec 17, 2018.

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Expert review by : Jamie Lendino (pcmag.com)

RIM BlackBerry PlayBook (2012)

 

The RIM BlackBerry PlayBook is finally a viable tablet computer, now that it includes native email support, but it still lags behind the competition in third-party apps.

Sharp, beautiful screen. Top-notch browser with full Flash video support. Wirelessly transfers files to and from computers on same network.

Far fewer third-party apps than the iPad, and the ones that exist aren't nearly as compelling. Doesn't sync with BES or support BlackBerry Messenger.

Multimedia, Camera, and Conclusions The PlayBook isn't a bad companion for media consumption. Videos look vibrant, and the HDMI output lets you mirror the screen in 720p high-definition. The PlayBook supports H.264, MPEG4, XviD, and VC1 files. The...

Mar, 2012

Expert review by : Jamie Lendino (techreviewsource.com)

RIM BlackBerry PlayBook (2012)

 

RIM's much-maligned tablet computer, the BlackBerry PlayBook, is finally a viable choice, thanks to its heavily revised OS and a massive price drop. The PlayBook's user interface is beautiful, graceful, and operates with a simplicity that rivals that...

Sharp, beautiful screen. Top-notch browser with full Flash video support. Wirelessly transfers files to and from computers on same network

Far fewer third-party apps than the iPad, and the ones that exist aren't nearly as compelling. Doesn't sync with BES or support BlackBerry Messenger

The RIM BlackBerry PlayBook is finally a viable tablet computer, now that it includes native email support, but it still lags behind the competition in third-party apps.

Mar, 2012

BUSINESS READY!

Expert review by : William Harrel (computershopper.com)

RIM BlackBerry PlayBook (OS 2.0, 2012 Update)

 

Without question, the first release of the BlackBerry PlayBook was a constant and acute migraine for Research in Motion (RIM). Reviewers Internet-wide, including us here at Computer Shopper, were largely unimpressed with the BlackBerry maker's first...

Strong, fast performance ; Gorgeous screen ; Low price ; Highly integrated e-mail and social-media apps ; Pleasant to use

Still no BBM or Enterprise Server support ; Android apps are hit-or-miss ; No memory-card slot

A huge price drop and revised OS make RIM's tablet much more appealing to consumers than the first version. (Business users still need to use their BlackBerry phones in concert with it for some functions.)

Feb, 2012