From the Editor's Desk: Getting ready to write a 4G LTE PlayBook review!

By Kevin Michaluk on 7 Aug 2012 01:20 pm EDT
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Better late than never! This week's From the Editor's Desk is coming at you via video. Hit play to watch it above. And yes, I know, the hair is getting lonnnng. Hurry up RIM and get BlackBerry 10 to market!

I'm pretty stoked I'll have some new hardware to review shortly. The 4G LTE PlayBook got announced and will be available in Canada this week. I'll do up an unboxing video the second I get it and I *promise* I'll keep my 4G LTE review shorter than my original BlackBerry PlayBook Review

15 comments

QuIcKsIlV3r

Damn youtube blocked at the office. Must see what your thoughts are on it

Kevin Michaluk

Didn't give thoughts on it yet.. other than stay tuned to for the review. Just glad I get to review something new though! :)

thisiscjay

the elbow-weenie had me rolling. good call kev, good call

pcguy514

Kevin, it's spelt alboni but pronounced Baloney!

amazinglygraceless

No, it is correctly spelled Albioni so.........

axllebeer

It's been and will continue to be a painful wait for BB10. But it will be worth it. * BlackBerry by choice *

RedPortiaOne

Long weekend in Canada rocked.

Its spelled IOS but pronounced BALONEY...and we want BB10 yesterday
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Playbook, the one and only

gord888

re: playbook 4g review. Please do a side by side website loading comparison. I'm curious to know how much the extra 500mhz affects the usability of the playbook.

xenrobia

Kevin:
For God's sake don't cut your hair. You just about have enough to do the Donald Trump thing. :D

konic

What's the difference between non-LTE and LTE devices rather than Internet access speed?
Does it make device (and OS) more reliable and its UI more snappy?

varunsain

Kevin, I believe PlayBook 4G will be the connection between BlackBerry and the world. Consider the PlayBook 4G as a new device rather than an upgrade. The 4G cellular connectivity is going to take load of Bridge (Internet transmission) which will smooth out the Bridge functions and give access to innumerable apps with enhanced performance.

Cellular Connectivity is priority to RIM with NOC access directly embedded into the security systems of BlackBerry Tab and Phone.

The review of PlayBook can be nothing short of positive one, but it's the consumers who do not realize the BlackBerry NOC dependence.

BlackBerry PlayBook 32GB & Torch 9810

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