Samsung's competitor to the iPad, the Galaxy Tab, is due out Nov. 14 and Technorati.com 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.”
“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.