Three different versions of the new Blackberry Playbook have just hit the FCC and all sport internet connectivity that go beyond the WIFI experience. There is an HSPA+, LTE from for AT&T and another LTE model for the Verizon Network.
There is scant details on the hardware underneath the hood on these three new models which only differentiate themselves on the internet level. It seems they will all sport a 1.5 GHZ processor to boost speed up signigicently. They will also ship with OS2, the new Blackberry Playbook update that dropped last month.
You can expect these new tablets to launch during the summer of this year and should be a boon for mobile business people that tend to use their devices on the go. You will be empowered to check your emails, check social networking sites and surf the internet while on the go. This will be solid for those who take your tablet to coffee shops, cafes, or meeting that do not have WIFI internet access.
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