There has been quite a lot of speculation over the past few months, that RIM would be introducing a new BlackBerry tablet PC onto the market. Now we know that all the speculation was correct, as RIM has just announced the launch of its BlackBerry Playbook.
Of course most of you will now be itching to find out the specs on the new BlackBerry Playbook, and I have to say they do look pretty impressive. As reported by Dragos Pirvu at softsailor.com, RIM’s new tablet PC will be powered by a 1GHz dual-core Cortex A9 processor.
It also features a 7-inch screen with multi-touch support, 1GB RAM, and 16GB/32GB storage. However, there has been no mention of MicroSD card support. The BlackBerry Playbook also sports front and rear cameras – 3-megapixels at the front and 5-megapixels at the rear.
This of course means that it supports video conferencing. The Playbook comes with a MicroUSB port, a HDMI port, Bluetooth 2.1 support and WiFi 802.11a/g/n. RIM has described the BlackBerry Playbook as an incredible gaming platform not only for players, but for publishers as well.
You can read more about the new BlackBerry Playbook via softsailor.com. Do you like the sound of this new device? How do you think it compares to the Apple iPad and others that are coming onto the market?