Obsolescence comes cheap
Thank goodness they don't have the same offer on for CEOs else there would be 3...
RIM has resorted to giving away its little-fondled BlackBerry PlayBook as part of a promo to drive sales to biz customers stateside. In a deal usually reserved for commodity items in supermarkets, US firms will be able to buy two PlayBooks and get one free – of the same spec – from now until the end of the year. As previously …
So you have three small screen tabs that won't natively do email without a BB attached to it - yeah that's makes it all the more attractive.
Whomever is in charge of marketing should be sacked - it almost seems like there was a conscious decision to cripple the playbook in order to sell more BB's.
I LIKE my Blackberry Storm2 and it is unfortunate that I will most likely have to consider another phone due to RIM's heads being so far up their collective asses.
Sent from my Acer A500 tab............ lol
With the 7" Amazon Kindle at £160 (convert USD price to GBP then add 20% VAT). Knocking £150 off doesn't make an enticing offer.
Dual booting to Android would probably get these moving, but that would be akin to RIM announcing failure... again.
Maybe RIM should unofficially and silently sponsor Cyanogen Mod. There you go RIM, I just thought of a strategy for you.
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