One of the most eagerly anticipated gadgets of 2011, the BlackBerry PlayBook has been launched by Research In Motion (RIM), wireless communication device manufacturers may be interested to learn.
The new device boasts a dual-core 1GHz processor and 1GB of RAM.
Furthermore, multi-tasking is one of the strongest features of the new BlackBerry PlayBook.
The handset allows users to play an HD video while surfing the web and its 3MP front-facing and 5MP rear-facing cameras are available for video conferencing calls.
Added to this, the PlayBook boasts Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and a clever interface.
In other news, rival manufacturer Samsung has confirmed that it will be releasing a special edition smartphone in the UK to mark the 2012 Olympic Games.
David Song, managing director of Samsung UK and Ireland, said Samsung is determined to ensure the Games will be the most technologically advanced yet.
"We are very privileged to present our technology to the UK market. Visitors will be able to enjoy and participate with the Games through our wireless mobile communications technology," he said at the company's Olympic campaign press conference.
Posted by Simon Jones