BlackBerry Playbook Video
BlackBerry Playbook Video Transcript
-Hey! I'm Donald Bell for cnet.com. I'm about to go inside and check out the BlackBerry PlayBook. I'm really excited. Let's go check it out. So this is the different selection of- You have a little overview of the different categories. So we've got all your apps, internet-specific apps, media-specific apps. So you got your e-book readers and camera and YouTube and all that in here, specific BlackBerry apps. So this is gonna have- you mentioned that maybe calendar or e-mail won't gonna be here unless you have another BlackBerry smartphone. -Correct. Yes. So these apps will available when you're paired to your BlackBerry. -Okay. And then, games which you're exciting to see including Quake. Alright, so going back through here, just going to the old category. If I was gonna launch 2 random apps like the Kobo book reader, take a look at that and then decided that also I really want it to for some reason have another app running simultaneously. Do I go up? -You go up. -So now, I've got my app dashboard down here and I really want- -You can bring that up. -Cool. See, Nic Nac Noe. -A tic-tac-toe. -To entertain me while I'm going to my books. Alright, so I have both these going the same time. And if I want to bounce between them, I'm just gonna be flipping off to the sign. -Yeah. -And then if I wanted to get to the more of the kinda cover flow view here, I can go between the two. That way, I can continue to launch apps. And then also flip the [unk]. Alright. Well, that's beautiful. It's got a nice light weight to it. It's very responsive screen. [unk] about the HDMI, micro-HDMI port on the bottom there, and we're seeing 16, 32, and 64 gigabyte capacities? -Yeah. -And it's gonna be in the first half or first quarter? -First quarter. -First quarter of 2011. Alright. Thank you very much.
Natali Morris takes a first look at the BlackBerry PlayBook from CES 2011.
At CES 2012 Donald Bell takes a look at the new OS for the BlackBerry PlayBook, which adds new features for e-mail and calendars.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: take a look at the RIM BlackBerry PlayBook; Android backups made easy; Marshall amps you can wear on your head; and the HP TouchSmart lays down on the job.
RIM took a few of us by surprise this week by announcing its first ever tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook. Donald Bell, our resident tablet expert, joins us to discuss it and what it means to the mobile industry. We also talk about Windows Phone 7, 4G LTE, and a weird Sony Ericsson accessory.
Dialed In catches up on CNET's latest tablet and phone reviews including the BlackBerry PlayBook and the LG G2X. And of course, we dish the top wireless news.
On today's show, Donald Bell gives us his in-person BlackBerry PlayBook review, why Twitter is like your freeloading, couch-surfing bum of a brother, and how the FBI's command and control server could end up taking Elvis off life support. What, you didn't know Elvis was still alive? The things you learn on BOL. Plus: the white iPhone is coming! No, really! And your comments on throttling, for good or for ill. --Molly
CNET's Brian Bennett takes a hands-on look at BlackBerry's new keyboard phone, the Q10.
CNET.com's Bonnie Cha takes a first look at the new BlackBerry 8700g, which recognizes the most popular instant-messaging services.\r\n
With Justin out for the rest of the week, today we bring in CNET duo Bridget Carey and Mark Licea to run through the ashes of Amazon's Kindle Fire announcement with price cuts for both the BlackBerry PlayBook and the Barnes and Noble Nook Color.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: RIM reveals the BlackBerry PlayBook; the top apps for sharing files in the cloud; counting down the five worst downloads of the fall; and the all-new Apple TV has arrived.