Here we go again.
Another tablet has been introduced and this time it’s Blackberry that’s getting into the world of tablet computers.
Research in Motion — the company behind Blackberry — said its new tablet will be available in stores on April 19 at Best Buy stores, according to <i>USA Today</i>.
RIM is calling its new tablet the first “professional tablet.”
Unliked the iPad, and the iPad2, the Playbook supports Adobe Flash.
The Playbook also allows Blackberry users to connect their phone to the tablet for access to your email, calendar, tasks and Blackberry Messenger.
Three models will be available and will be priced at, $499, $599, $699, with 16GB, 32GB and 64GB storage respectively.
If you’re afraid of the tablet selling out, Best Buy is already taking pre-orders for the Playbook.