As has been estimated that many people, ultimately Research in Motion (RIM) introduced its new tablet in the event the BlackBerry Developer Conference, San Francisco, USA. However BlackPad not selected as the name of their tablets. Then what? Announced directly by RIM CEO Mike Lazardis, BlackBerry tablet was named Playbook, and "not BlackPad" like a crowded issue discussed by many people.
Tablet Playbook uses the BlackBerry operating system created by QNX, a software company recently acquired by RIM. BlackBerry OS tablet offers a full OpenGL and POSIX support in addition to web standards like HTML5, which all tied into the SDK WebWorks.
"QNX will allow the things you've never seen before. This platform is very fit to play great games, especially for developers and the players," said Lazardis.," said Lazardis. "RIM also praised the ability of guidelines to handle Flash content through Flash 10.1, and Adobe AIR applications are very attractive for the ability to run rich media," he said.