Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Blackberry PlayBook - time to move on....!!

Finally RIM confirmed the rumors of BlackBerry PlayBook.A 7-inch hand-held powerful system which offers dual-core 1 GHz processor,full HTML 5 browser, Flash 10.1 with video acceleration, 1 GB of Ram and 1080p playback with HDMI output and two HD cameras; all with QNX operating system.QNX is a RTOS having an advanced and modern multiprocessing and security features. The platform supports JVM to in-use many existing BlackBerry Apps.

BlackBerry Playbook is scheduled to get released early next year with no clue as for now regarding the price of the same.

Specifications :
  • WWW on Web-Go : Measures 5.1″x7.6″x0.4″ (130mm x 193mm x 10mm) which is Ideal for games, media, apps and everything the real Internet offers. With Full Adobe® Flash® 10.1 enabled feature and Built-in support for HTML 5, this device offers No-compromise, beautiful rendering of text, graphics and video.
  • BlackBerry Tablet OS : With a powerful and user friendly QNX technology, this is truly an multitasking device embedded with on screen keyboard.
  • Built-In Class Media : With 3 MP high definition forward-facing camera and 5 MP high definition rear-facing camera, this device provide codec support for superior media playback, creation and video calling. Crystal clear HD display and a Rich stereo sound for video conferencing. It also features, 1080p HD video; H.264, MPEG4, WMV HDMI video output,Micro USB, Micro HDMI, and DLNA media streaming.
  • Highly Secure & Efficient App Platform : BlackBerry Playbook aims to be an Rapid development environment with Reliable BlackBerry Tablet OS, powered by QNX technology.It Supports POSIX OS, SMP, Open GL, BlackBerry® 6, WebKit, Adobe® Flash®, Java® and Adobe Mobile AIR.
  • Lightweight : Weighs less than a pound (approximately 0.9 lb or 400g)
  • BlackBerry Essentials Access: Access to BlackBerry Services like Email, calendar, BBM™, tasks, documents and more BlackBerry security and data efficiency.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Makes one wonder what life was about, during the time, when people still wrote with a fountain pen.

Please have a good Wednesday.

daily athens