RIM Showing Up The Demo Video Of BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet

Over at Adobe’s Max conference, RIM stood up and reveal more details of their new BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet with the capability to play Flash video over the Internet (via Youtube website). The video below show us what PlayBook tablet has fully compatible with Adobe Flash 10.1, and it’s likely to be able to play flash-based games as well.

The Blackberry PlayBook specification is pretty impressive, especially the true multi tasking features that allow you to open multiple applications and you can switch to each one of them without any obvious lack.


The Blackberry PlayBook tablet itself is powered by 1GHz Processor, large amount of 1GB of RAM installed, 7-inch LCD screen, 400 grams in weight, running using BlackBerry Tablet OS that based on QNX technology, HDMI output supplied, and it will be like Apple iPad to comes with three sizes from 16GB, 32GB and 64GB model when launched.

[via Fone Arena, Crenk, Journal Du Geek, TFTS]

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