One Of The Most Popular Tablet In UK PLAYBOY Which was developed by Research In Motion (RIM) , Let me remind you that Research In motion Is the Developer of Blackberry Smartphones,But They Didn’t Get expected success in that.
There have been various falls in its cost over the past few weeks, and now it appears that the 32 GB version is marketing as low as 150 pounds (13,000 INR) in United Kingdom.
This Tablet is selling By PC World,PC World is the online store by that you can buy online tablets and mobiles, Earlier when Research IN Motion had introduced this amazing Blackberry Play Book last year,they had designed the item available in three storage capabilities – 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB.In the lats months of 2011 RIM decreased the costs of their tablets and the lowest model,the 16GB version was offered as low as Rs. 13,490, for limited time period.
The Play Book tablet sports a 7-inch display and runs on a 1 GHz dual-core processor. Some of the other specs of the Play Book tablet include:
- 7-inch LCD, 1024 x 600, WSVGA, capacitive touch screen with full multi touch and gesture support
- WiFi – 802.11 a/b/g/n
- Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
- Connectors: micro HDMI, micro USB, charging contacts
- Dual HD cameras (3 MP front facing, 5 MP rear facing), supports 1080p HD video recording, Video playback: 1080p HD Video, H.264, MPEG, DivX, WMV
In March this year, Research in Motion officially slashed the prices of the 64 GB version of their BlackBerry PlayBook tablet in India by a whopping 18 percent, taking the price all the way down to Rs.19,990. Late in November last year, we had also reported about all units of the PlayBook tablet being sold off on Best Buy, after stunning Black Friday promotions. Back then, RIM had re-priced the tablets to $199.99 and $299.99 for the 16 GB and 32 GB models respectively, which many believe to have triggered the massive sales figures. However, RIM killed off the 16 GB version of the BlackBerry PlayBook, disappointing several hopefuls.
The Canada-based company recently pushed back the launch of BB10 to early next year. The picture of the future for the company continues to pale, as the delay would mean missing out on both the crucial back-to-school and Christmas shopping periods – a time when its competitors will continue to bring out more phones. The company also had to cut down prices of their PlayBook tablet.
RIM has a 4G LTE version of the Play Book in the pipeline, and as per reports, the Canadian company is set to launch it soon.