RIM, the company behind all Blackberry phones has just announced their own tablet PC called PlayBook. It was first rumored as the blackpad or cobalt, but it turned out to be a wrong assumptions. Blackberry’s latest tablet PC is dubbed as the ‘PlayBook tablet‘, that has the most advanced features and technology to make iPad like a child play.
The OS is not using anything you’ve found on tablet, It’s neither Windows OS nor Android OS. RIM is sporting their own BlackBerry OS for their PlayBook tablet, which has come with the support of full OpenGL and POSIX, together with the HTML5, Adobe AIR and Adobe Flash 10.1 supports!
The BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet comes with 7-inch multi-touch capacitive display that could display 1024 x 600 pixel resolution, and the system is powered by Cortex A9 dual core 1GHz CPU. For storage purpose, The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet comes with either 16GB or 32GB capacity, and it also has WiFi connection (802.11 a/b/g/n) for hooking up with the Net. To connect with PC, BlackBerry PlayBook has a built-in microUSB connector.
Pretty cool, though it’s not yet launched (expected to be around 2011), lots of BlackBerry fans has prepared themselves to jump on board. But I believe Apple iPad won’t stay silent crushed by its competitors. We believed that the iPad 2nd Generation might be stronger than anyone else…