Friday, October 1, 2010
Specs Playbook Tablet from RIM
Research In Motion (RIM) has finally officially introduced BlackBerry tablets they are given the name of Playbook. RIM CEO Mike Lazardis during a keynote at the BlackBerry Developer Conference held in San Francisco, United States, the Playbook is slightly different from the BlackBerry. From the operating system, RIM OS buried in these tablets as BlackBerry Tablet OS, which is the result of development company called QNX, who recently acquired by RIM some time ago. BlackBerry Tablet OS that will offer full OpenGL and next POSIX support web standards like HTML5.
Playbook comes with 7-inch screen, plus resolution of 1024 x 600 multitouch capacitive. A91GHz Cortex processor based dual-core CPUs, by RIM as a tablet called it the fastest ever. Then capacity reaching 1GB of RAM, with additional cameras at the front of a 3 Megapixel resolution, and the back of a 5 megapixel camera. Predictably, Playbook capable of conducting a video conference. The mystery is no mention of storage capacity during the keynote progresses, although the event took place the device in 16GB and 32GB label numbers on their rear panel.
Playbook will be able to play 1080p HD quality video, and comes with an HDMI port and a microUSB jack, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, and Bluetooth 2.1. The device has an width of 5.1 and thickness 0.4-inch thick, and weighs just 400 grams. While Playbook did not rely on any phone content, press releases from the company said that users can use their tablet and smartphone turns without worrying about synchronization or duplication of data. Unfortunately, not yet known when and prices will be released by RIM of the Playbook.