British retailer … exhibited in the special offer on the 64 GB Wi-Fi-version of the Tablet PC.
Research In Motion has repeatedly resorted to selling its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet to strongly reduced rate, when I realized that sell them at the original prices simply will not work in a tough competition with the Apple iPad and Android-based devices. As a result of long PlayBook traded on the website of the Canadian manufacturer, 200, 250 and 300 dollars – for Wi-Fi-models with 16, 32 and 64 GB of flash memory. Partners-retailers like Best Buy offer even more bargains: 150, 230 and 280 dollars.
But now British merchant electronics Currys, also known under the brand Dixons or PC World, really put a price tag on an incredible top-end 64 GB model PlayBook – 130 pounds, or $ 205.
It is understood that without regard to its not too serious success PlayBook tablet is to upscale and ahead of the $ 200 Google Nexus 7: more flash memory for the same price, fully besknopochnoe control, sensor frame around the display, the screen is twice as bright, two cameras 3 and 5 megapixel, 1080p-video, very loud stereo speakers front, HDMI-output, operating system QNX-platform real-time support for many Android-applications. Moreover, RIM promises to upgrade in the next year “firmware» PlayBook BlackBerry 10 to novation.
Meanwhile, the recently released 3G/4G-versiya PlayBook with 32 GB flash drive sold at an inadequate price of $ 550. This is, obviously, to unsightly conditions that put mobile operators Canadian vendor.