Thursday, October 28, 2010

iPad Competitors Galaxy Tab and Blackberry PlayBook Taking The Field

Samsung's competitor to the iPad, the Galaxy Tab, is due out Nov. 14 and likes the look of it. 

The Galaxy Tab is “coming soon to Sprint, [which] is making sure their version [has] a price $200 less than the Verizon version and $229 less than the comparable iPad on AT&T.”

See the full report, which ends on the note: “And it has Flash!"

Meantime, PCWorld reported on RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook in a “First Look” report yesterday.

PlayBook does not just feature Flash, but also integrates it throughout the system,” the report says.

BlackBerry emphasizes the PlayBook is “enterprise ready,” featuring corporation-friendly security similar to that which is in other BlackBerry products. PCWorld spoke to Tyler Lessard, a RIM vice president, who clearly indicates the business community is a key target market for the company.

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