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The BlackBerry PlayBook gets yet another price drop in the UK - Anyone for a bargain?

The BlackBerry PlayBook gets yet another price drop in the UK - Anyone for a bargain?

It was only last week that here in the UK the 64GB PlayBook got a price drop at Currys/PC World and for some bizarre reason it has been retailing at £129. Both the 16GB and 32GB version of the 7 inch tablet have now also been re-priced and the new costs fall in line with the 64GB model. So if you fancy a bargain you can pick up the BlackBerry PlayBook for the following prices: £109...

James Richardson 58
The 64GB BlackBerry PlayBook gets an online price cut in the UK. Bargain of the year?

The 64GB BlackBerry PlayBook gets an online price cut in the UK. Bargain of the year?

The Dixons group seem to have an online special offer on at the moment on the 64GB BlackBerry PlayBook. If you head on over to Dixons or PC World you will find the 64GB PlayBook for only £129. Yes, you did read that right! Why this version of the tablet is cheaper than the 32GB I have no idea but this may well be bargain of the year. Even if you don't use a BlackBerry smartphone...

James Richardson 58
Researchers think 7-inch form factor is too small for a tablet, do you PlayBook owners agree?

Researchers think 7-inch form factor is too small for a tablet, do you PlayBook owners agree?

  Is 7 inches too small for a tablet?  Steve Jobs seemed to think that the 7-inch tablet was just to small, hence his decision to only release a 10-inch tablet, and now a researcher by the name of Jakob Nielsen has completed a study that he believes confirms this. Having had the BlackBerry PlayBook in hand for quite a while I would personally have to disagree that the 7-inch...

Jared DiPane 131
RIM launches new developer tools and services for BlackBerry Tablet OS and BlackBerry Smartphones at BlackBerry DEVCON Asia

RIM launches new developer tools and services for BlackBerry Tablet OS and BlackBerry Smartphones at BlackBerry DEVCON Asia

  Hot off the CES PlayBook whirlwind DevCon Asia is just getting started. To start things off RIM has just announced the availability of the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK (beta) for tablet OS as well as some new services for smartphones. The WebWorks SDK will allow developers to use web development tools with which they are already familiar and implement them on the BlackBerry tablet OS....

Adam Zeis 7