BlackBerry PlayBook: Seven Things I LikeKevin C. Tofel
It's easy to hate Research in Motion's new BlackBerry PlayBook. After all, it has relatively few applications available, doesn't yet offer a native e-mail client, and requires a BlackBerry handset for the most basic productivity apps. Yet one analyst thinks Research In Motion sold 50,000 tablets on the first day of availability. How could that be possible, given its scathing reviews and functionality oversights? Valid criticisms aside, there actually are some things that make the PlayBook an attractive device. Here are a few of them, based on my use of a review unit over the weekend.
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