Back when the iPad 2 was nearing it's official launch, our friends at TiPb.comran a poll asking their readers what they currently used their iPads for. On that poll you could select as many answers as you wanted, so the results were fairly well spread out as you could imagine, though web browsing, email and casual gaming took top spots.
As we near the launch of the BlackBerry PlayBook, I've been wondering myself as to how I'm going to work the PlayBook into my daily routine. I've had both an iPad and iPad 2 since they became available, and on Apple's tablets have mainly found myself using them for around-the-home or on-an-airplane killing time use... some relaxed web browsing while watching tv, some casual gaming (curse that Angry Birds!) and probably my favorite thing to do on the iPad is read books via the Kindle app or browse magazines (Watch Time has a great iPad edition). The smaller 7" size of the PlayBook has me thinking it'll be a device I take with me out of the house on a much more regular basis, and as such I can't help but wonder if my usage patterns will change and what they will be? If I have the PlayBook with me when I'm away from my home or office, I can actually see myself doing a lot of productivity work on it and also using the device for a lot more things as it'll simply be with me that much more.
So I'm sure you'll do a LOT of things on your BlackBerry PlayBook, but what I think will make this poll most interesting is knowing what you think your top THREE uses of the PlayBook will be. You can select up to three options on the poll above before you cast your vote. And once the PlayBook is on the market for a little bit we'll run this poll again to see how actual use compares to perceived use.
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