I ask myself that question too a lot!
Should you get the newest Blackberry Torch 9800 or just wait for the BlackBerry Playbook expected to be available in retail outlets and other channels in the United States in early 2011 with rollouts in other international markets beginning in (calendar) Q2?
This is a big question that a lot of BlackBerry and non-BlackBerry users must be asking themselves. It’s like asking, “SmartPhone or Tablet?”
Here are several things you should consider if you’re thinking about getting the new BlackBerry Torch and/or the BlackBerry PlayBook.
The BlackBerry Torch fetches for $149.99 with a New 2-year contract with AT&T. On the other hand, RIM (Research in Motion) has yet to unveil how much the BlackBerry PlayBook will cost.
The world’s first smartphone with a BlackBerry® keyboard and full touch screen.
By the looks of it, the new Blackberry Playbook was designed for professionals who definitely know how to mix business and pleasure. There is no denying the fact, it’s sleeker, classier than most tablets in the market.
Glad to know too that BlackBerry PlayBook supports Adobe Flash apps.
The Playbook’s multitasking and multiprocessing capabilities are true come-on’s for active users – something the iPad Tablet does not have.
This one’s got a camera for video chat and capturing videos and photos.
One of the best features? Multitasking capability all the way. I am definitely looking forward to this one!
So What Should You Get?