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RIM launching PlayBook beta in February

1/20/2011 09:17 PM EST
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re: RIM launching PlayBook beta in February
chanj0   1/21/2011 6:04:12 AM
RIM found a niche market with blackberry. No doubt the blackberry is still the most popular business mobile phone. iPhone can't really compete to it because Blackberry has a keyboard although it is small. Unlike mobile phone, Tablet is more of a generic device. It is closer to a PC that a lot of companies can build application to run on top of it. With this said, the software application, which is customized to business users, will likely available in different tablets. I am looking forward to meeting the niche features that RIM brings to the table.

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