Sunday, August 7, 2011

RIM BlackBerry manual - Wannabe iPad Killer

In the world and technology gadgets, we all talk about the novelties of the called device Tablet category. Most of the tablets in the market to try to play the role of' iPad killer', but most of them fail miserably. However, Research In Motion (RIM), the company that makes the BlackBerry devices, decided to compete on the Tablet market by introducing Blackberry manual.

Since the day that the manual was published, he was considered a good competition to the existing tablets. Closely, it resembled technical specifications of iPad 2 and offered a perceptible current equipment. The device was available on the market in three editions; 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB capacities. The prices of the three models are $499, $599 and $699 respectively. Other than the storage capacity, three models have no significant difference in the other hardware components.

When it's design and equipment, there are many similar functionality to the competition. There are four buttons to control the device from the outside, and unfortunately the power button began to do a lot of negative attention at this stage. The power of the manual button is small in size and can not find by feel. Even when he is found, an additional effort is required to use accurately. In terms of physical connectivity, the device has a micro-HDMI port, accusing the micro-USB connector and a 3.5 mm stereo jack. Manual can be loaded using the micro-USB, but it is said that direct charger can charge twice as faster than USB device.

The manual of Blackberry is supported by a processor dual-core 1 GHz and 1 GB of RAM. In this perspective, it similar material includes as many of its competitors on the market today. But tip of the manual to become superior is not the specifications of the equipment. It is the operating system is running. Manuel is running on QNX, an operating system that runs fighters. QNX is ultra-light when compared to iOS, and Android, so it provides better performance when running applications.

Manual is connected to the rest of the world through Bluetooth, Wi - Fi, HSPA + and WiMAX. Obviously, the manual does not have the ability to connect itself to mobile phone 3 G and 4 G networks, and it is one of the prominent disadvantages relative to its competitors.

Compared to the iPad, iPad 2, Motorola Xoom and samsung Galaxy, manual is just better than the Galaxy of the battery life and has no capacity to become a killer iPad. This inconvenience is little disappointing due to the fact that Manuel is running on an effective operating system with a small footprint. RIM could have focused more on the longer battery life to allow users to enjoy longer manual.

The manual is equipped with all standard applications tablet. According to users, the applications are quite sensitive to other tablet devices. One notable change in the manual, it is that it uses Bing as the preferred search engine. In addition, you don't get productivity applications of standard desktop e-mail and calendar in the manual. Even if this is the case for the moment, there are thousands of applications in the pipeline of manual. These applications may be written in Adobe AIR, Java, HTML5 or an Aboriginal language to QNX.

Overall, manual Blackberry is a competition of good to some of the newer competitors, but it certainly lacks some of the essential elements. Unavailability of the software is a disadvantage at the present time, and this can be maintained between the manual and potential buyers.

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