The launch of LTE version of Playbook has been a recent development in the tablet market. The device is a 4G compatible tablet that simply went unnoticed as it entered the scene but this is probably because it came out after more than a year off RIM’s announcement. Last year, the tablets have become associated with quad core CPUs and high resolution screens; that is why this late arrival of LTE Playbook doesn’t go up with the latest tablets. In comparison to recent tablet launches,… Read the rest
Last month, faithful PlayBook users were delighted to find that their tab is out on the market with an updated, fresh operating system, the OS2. It was like Blackberry designed a new life for their devices, retailing them for $199 and offering fast moving, responsive and pretty looking tablets. In Canada, the Blackberry Playbook was the top selling tab in the second month of 2012. As you cannot have an awesome tab without a handful of cool applications, there are several Android apps that have… Read the rest
Fans of the Blackberry Playbook will be delighted to find out that RIM has made some rigorous and quite interesting updates to their device. With the new 2.0 OS, a bunch of new features are added to the sleek tablet. The upgrade also fixes a number of bugs the users were experiencing on the previous operating system.
The new Playbook receives new keyboard functionality updates through SwiftKey, and gets a great pre-programmed auto correct feature. Furthermore, numbers are added above the letters, making passwords type… Read the rest
This year the eBook reader and tablet world has suffered a veritable boom. Many new companies joined the market and every experienced producer has come forth with new devices to impress and meet your every need: reading, listening to music, watching movies, a large palette of applications and massive breakthroughs in terms of battery life.
In the next lines, you can find some of the best devices out there and coolest gadgets to appear until this moment in time, all of which are better described… Read the rest