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Blackberry, still using older hardware
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Default Blackberry, still using older hardware - 01-09-2011, 01:09 | posts: 11,603 | Location: Toledo Ohio

The hardware isn't actually bad, for RIM to expect this device to go against other tablets that are either clocked higher, or have dual core this isn't gonna match.
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Default 01-09-2011, 02:21 | posts: 19,059 | Location: Toronto, Canada

I think Android 3 will blow that Blackberry out of the water.

At least RIM finally woke up to the fact that the Blackberry OS is terrible for multimedia (I hate its interface regardless) and bought QNX and used it for Blackberry Tablet OS.

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Default 01-09-2011, 05:05 | posts: 2,018

blackberrys... what makes them so popular lately? really i can't see why, they are all the same, looks like the motoq fat
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