Since September, the internet has been rife with reports of the forthcoming RIM “BlackBerry PlayBook.” Up until now, we have sourced what the specifications will no doubt be, but today it seems we may be a little closer to finding out it’s release date.
Alan over at PR News, has sourced via Engadget, that the tablet device is looking to be a March release. Following on from an earnings call this week, developers for the PlayBook, Research in Motion, were keen to share that the device was coming in the 1st Quarter 2011 and indications show that this starts in March.
Back in November, we reported on a statement from RIM’s CEO “Jim Balsillie” who said that the PlayBook would be competitively priced against the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, in fact the 7-inch BlackBerry would be retailed for approximately $500.
Specifications if you do not already know will include, 1 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, Dual Front and Back HD Cameras along with news of 16GB, 32GB and even 64GB available versions along with a bigger 5300 mAh battery to aid with increased life.
What do you think about news of a March release? Do you think the PlayBook can position itself amongst an already evolving market of tablets? Let us know.
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