Until recently, we’ve only been able to see BlackBerry’s professional grade tablet device, the PlayBook Tablet behind a plastic box, however, at the Adobe MAX conference, this all changed. Why the collaboration between the two? You see, the user interface of the new OS for the PlayBook Tablet makes heavy use of Adobe AIR 2.5 – a new platform environment for developing apps, one which looks to extend its use among not just tablets but also different handheld devices like mobiles and even PCs and TVs.


As you will see in the video, the PlayBook Tablet is highly capable of multitasking, runs smoothly and most important is capable of playing flash videos in HD – a feature which the iPad has failed to provide to its users.

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