Gallery: Meet RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook tablet

Research in Motions heats up the tablet wars with BlackBerry PlayBook that aims to outshine Apple and Samsung when it comes to business appeal

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Speed and Security

The BlackBerry PlayBook touts support for 1GHz dual-core processors allowing for, as it says, "highly-responsive and fluid touch screen experience for apps and content services."

The tablet is compatibale with BlackBerry Enterprise Server, meaning help desks will already be familiar with the tablet. Using an encrpted Bluetooth connection, RIM says, the tablet can communicate securely betwen devices. It adds: "When connected over Bluetooth, the smartphone content is viewable on the tablet, but the content actually remains stored on the BlackBerry smartphone and is only temporarily cached on the tablet (and subject to IT policy controls)."

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