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only 1000 of them appearently

so not really a problem
I honestly wonder what percentage that is. 5% maybe?
    
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Wow

I have never seen so many people hate on a product they clearly know nothing about!

If you are a blackberry owner then there are massive benefits to the playbook. I can tether my Bold to my Playbook for 3G access wherever I am, I can amplify my BB screen to my PB for more "work area", it has support for most documents and media files making it pretty versatile. It can wirelessly sync data from another PC/Laptop to its memory, it has front and rear HD cameras, and finally... it looks the business.

And that is the point. Its a business orientated tablet PC with functionality designed around presenting and functionality. If you want a tablet for Apps then get an iPad, if you want a tablet for Apps and media, get an Android, if you want a tablet that is business focussed and allows you to manage your blackberry better then get a playbook.

Every device has its pros and cons, but jumping into a thread and commenting "pos imho" makes your input worthless... IMHO. I could slag my iPad2 until the cows come home but would probably incur the wrath of the Apple fanboys... horses for courses.
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Well all your criticism has lost credibility....lol (Sent from IPad)
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Wow

I have never seen so many people hate on a product they clearly know nothing about!

If you are a blackberry owner then there are massive benefits to the playbook. I can tether my Bold to my Playbook for 3G access wherever I am, I can amplify my BB screen to my PB for more "work area", it has support for most documents and media files making it pretty versatile. It can wirelessly sync data from another PC/Laptop to its memory, it has front and rear HD cameras, and finally... it looks the business.

And that is the point. Its a business orientated tablet PC with functionality designed around presenting and functionality. If you want a tablet for Apps then get an iPad, if you want a tablet for Apps and media, get an Android, if you want a tablet that is business focussed and allows you to manage your blackberry better then get a playbook.

Every device has its pros and cons, but jumping into a thread and commenting "pos imho" makes your input worthless... IMHO. I could slag my iPad2 until the cows come home but would probably incur the wrath of the Apple fanboys... horses for courses.
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