The number of tablets on the market is growing all the time thanks to the huge success of the iPad. The iPad kicked off the tablet market and other makers are now rushing to get their own tablets into the hands of consumers. RIM is also set to offer its Blackberry Playbook tablet as well.
The Playbook is the first tablet that is aimed specifically at the professional user. We already know most to of the details on the Playbook, but in case you missed them before I will run them down for you. The Playbook has a 7-inch screen with a 1024 x 600 resolution. It is less than a pound and under half an inch thick making it very portable.
OfficeMax has announced that starting on April 19 you can pre-order the Playbook in stores or online. The tablet will sell for $499 with 16GB of storage. The 32GB version will sell for $599 with the 64GB version for $699. The tablet also supports Flash, something the iPad lacks.
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