Since RIM launched their PlayBook tablet exactly one month ago it’s estimated they have sold approximately 250,000 units. On average that’s more than 8,300 sales per day. Not too shabby. According to Mike Abramsky, who is the GM for RBC Capital Markets, sales in fact have been quite steady since the PlayBook was introduced to the market.
Rumors surrounding Amazon releasing their own high end tablet computer continue to flood blogosphere’s around the web. Most recently, rumors have surface regarding the possibility of Amazon launching not one but two tablets before the year is out.
With any device or gadget such as the Blackberry PlayBook you can be even more productive with the right combination of accessories. The PlayBook tablet is still fairly new but there are several great accessories out there to choose from. We’ve picked a few of our favorites to share with you in hopes that we can help narrow your search in finding the right products and accessories you require.
Perhaps you’re looking for an affordable tablet computer to assist you with a few general/basic tasks while at work, school or simply on the go. Maybe you don’t need the most expensive one with all the extra bells and whistles (aka features). Everyone has their own set of needs as well as budgets. When you hear the phrase “tablet pc” the word “expensive” might come to mind, but we’ve compiled a list of some highly capable and useful tablets you can purchase for under $500. This way you get a tablet device that has the features you need without having to break the bank.
In the past year tablet pc’s have taken portable computing to a whole new level. Other than fancy touch-screens though what else puts tablets in a league of their own? There’s a lot more to them than you might think. That’s what I will attempt to answer in this article.
Next week Samsung will demonstrate their all new 10.1 inch HD tablet display at the SID Display Week 2011 International Symposium. Samsung and Nouvoyance have teamed up to create a prototype unlike any other on the market. In combination with WQXGA PenTile technology they have developed a new 300dpi tablet display with a super high-def resolution of 2560×1600. To say the least it’s a bit of a step up from anything their competitors have out there at the moment.