04-29-2012, 09:25 AM #1
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BlackBerry Mini Keyboard Review: PC Features for the Enterprise Tablet Discussion
For a device marketed as an enterprise tablet built for productivity, it’s amazing it has taken RIM a year from the PlayBook release to unveil an official tablet and Bluetooth keyboard combo in the BlackBerry Mini Keyboard. Perhaps it’s not a bad thing, though. Maybe it’s a sign RIM still stands behind its underrated tablet, which I’ve always found to feature some excellent hardware, and with the recent addition of PlayBook OS 2.0, a very good operating system.
That doesn’t mean the PlayBook has been without physical QWERTY support this whole time. We’ve found that most Bluetooth keyboards, be they for the iPad or Android tablets, work with the PlayBook. Also, third-party keyboards abound, and BlackBerry Bridge enables text input direct from BlackBerry handsets.
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