BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet Will Sell For $199 On Black Friday

Posted: Nov 9 2011, 9:56am CST | by , in News | Black Friday


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BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet will sell for $199 on Black Friday

It is official. The 7-inch BlackBerry Playbook drops under $200 on Black Friday according to the Staples Black Friday Ad.

The 7-inch BlackBerry PlayBook with 16GB had a retail price of $499.99 when it got released in April of this year. The RIM PlayBook is running RIM's future dubbed QNX, but the tablet could not get traction because of several limitations. The initial price was also way to high for a 7-inch tablet. In September we say the PlayBook on sale for $299 and now we know that it will sell for $199 on Black Friday. The Staples Black Friday 2011 Ad that got previewed and also leaked in full today has this PlayBook deal listed.

The RIM PlayBook will have the same price as the Amazon Kindle on Black Friday. Which tablet would you get? Post your answer below in the comments.

We are going to see also Android Tablets to drop dramatically in price this Black Friday. Staples also unveiled a Black Friday Android Tablet deal. The Acer Iconia 16GB 10.1-inch Android Tablet will be on sale for $299. As a rule, do not pay more than $300 for an Android Tablet this Holiday Shopping season. Tegra 2 Tablets are now officially outdated with the announcement of the first Tegra 3 Tablet. The Asus Transformer Prime was unveiled earlier today.

Find the latest Black Friday Tablet deals in our 2011 Black Friday Tablet Deals Guide.

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