iPad 2 or PlayBook: which tablet is better?

By Reuters Staff
June 23, 2011

Now that the BlackBerry PlayBook has been rolled out in India, are you still thinking of buying the revamped Apple tablet?

Customers now have the option to buy the PlayBook, which features Wi-Fi support, with 16, 32 or 64 GB of memory and the models are priced between 27,990 rupees and 37,990 rupees.

The iPad 2, a thinner and faster version of the original Apple tablet, features two cameras for video chat and is priced between 29,500 rupees and 46,900 rupees, depending on the model.

Apple iPad 2 or BlackBerry PlayBook — which tablet is better?


Apple is Apple. I don’t think any firm can match the touch screen technology they have. Have tried Samsung Galaxy tab and it wasn’t good. Don’t want to try the PlayBook, as I am happy with my iPad. Also, without proper e-mail features, I don’t think PlayBook is worth considering.

Posted by aditya.kalra | Report as abusive

Apple may be good at what they do but playbook has really posed a serious challenge to iPad nth edition. Just bought one playbook even with WI-fi it is wonderful they have done a great job with bridge to blackberry handset. As and when this picks momentum both iPad and iPhone are set for stiff competition.

Posted by washington.g | Report as abusive

Yes, i agree with above two guys, Apple iPad 2 tablet is great. You could learn more from this Apple Mac iPad 2 site: http://www.mac-videoconverter.com/ from which, you could learn more about iPad 2 knowledge.

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