BLACKBERRY PlayBook Tablet PC - 64 GB for £116.10 (Using code @ PC World Group
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BLACKBERRY PlayBook Tablet PC - 64 GB for £116.10 (Using code @ PC World Group

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Found 26th Sep 2012
Use code PLAYB10 for this price

Stylish, ultra-portable, and wonderfully convenient, the Blackberry P100-64WF PlayBook Tablet PC is everything you could want and more in an internet tablet that measures just 10mm thin!

Beautiful to behold and full of features, the P100-64WF PlayBook Tablet PC first catches your eye with its bright and vivid 7" LCD display. The multi-touch capacitive screen makes for fun and intuitive operation, whilst a dual-core 1GHz processor and 1GB of RAM drive performance along at a sprightly rate. A generous 64GB of onboard storage space is provided for your documents and favourite multimedia files!

Running the user-friendly BlackBerry Tablet OS, the PlayBook Tablet PC is a delight to use from the moment you switch it on. You'll enjoy a unique level of security, multitasking efficiency, and seamless connectivity from the powerful QNX-based operating system.

The P100-64WF PlayBook Tablet PC's hardware is sure to impress you, too, with its forward and rear-facing HD cameras, rich stereo sound from built-in speakers, and easy connectivity through Micro USB and Micro HDMI ports. Integrated 802.11 b/g/n WLAN technology allows easy hook-up to the internet at any WiFi hotspot, whilst Bluetooth technology enables easy wireless interaction with bluetooth-compliant devices. You can also connect effortlessly to your Blackberry smartphone for instantaneous access to emails, your calendar, address book, task list and BBM instant messaging.

With all of this on offer and more, you'll want the super-slim, multifunctional Blackberry P100-64WF PlayBook Tablet PC with you at all times!
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Yeah about this price in store, had ap lay about but was a bit too small to really use in the house, I'd take it to work for lunchtimes though but does it take 3g sims?
No I don't think it does. Excellent for browsing tho. I bought one @ £129 and am happy with it. If you want apps then it's not for you but at this price you can complain
patchypirates

No I don't think it does. Excellent for browsing tho. I bought one @ £129 … No I don't think it does. Excellent for browsing tho. I bought one @ £129 and am happy with it. If you want apps then it's not for you but at this price you can complain


You can sideload Android apps. Apps aren't a problem.
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i think you can complain if it's not what you want... but in that instance why buy it?... good deal HEAT added ! i'm holding out for a sub 100 price tag
Edited by: "deleted458338" 26th Sep 2012
why would any1 wanna buy this now when it will be £100 next week
Is it Android?
I went to look at one the other day, and was impressed. Really good build quality, and a nice OS.

Personally, I'm not that bothered about apps as long as the stock browser is good.
Just a thought... It has HDMI. Can you use this to run powerpoint presentations?
Smoking hot
PhilK

You can sideload Android apps. Apps aren't a problem.



Not entirely true. Skype video calling for example doesn't work. Not all apps work. However it does increase the amount of apps available.
Surely an £89 HP Touchpad is better than this?
PhilK could you please instruct how to sideload android apps. I've no idea how to do it
hafizpatel

Is it Android?



No it uses QNX which is a Unix derivative. Android is based on Linux, you can sideload Android apps. Not all Android apps work.This tablet should support BB10 in the future which is the next OS from Blackberry and it will open up app support then, possibly too late for RIM.
I want to use vouchers, so anyway of using this code and picking it up instore? Can you use vouchers in their online checkout?
It can view the power points, however it does not run any active slides...
Riptide

Surely an £89 HP Touchpad is better than this?



Explain why you think a touchpad is better?
It can view the power points, however it does not run any active slides...
fishmaster

Explain why you think a touchpad is better?



Android ICS/JB. Simple.
heli1

It can view the power points, however it does not run any active slides...



Thanks. I'll let my dad know, since he was looking for something similar! I'm pretty sure he just has basic slides which all come up at once, so that seems good.
Edited by: "PulseTurbo" 26th Sep 2012
Pick one up for £129 and very pleased with it screen is great and stereo speakers is a real plus great for when the iPad is just too big!
Where can I buy an HP touchpad for £89 ??
PhilK

You can sideload Android apps. Apps aren't a problem.



If you can sideload the Pokerstars App I'd be interested.
Riptide

Surely an £89 HP Touchpad is better than this?



Where can I get it for that price?
K1LLER HORNET

Android ICS/JB. Simple.



Can you still obtain a Touchpad for £89?
GlentoranMark

If you can sideload the Pokerstars App I'd be interested.



Dunno if you can, have a look here >

gridbook.org/pb-…gr/

There are other sites which list already converted apps. Search for playbook deals on here, then read the comments for links.
Note Playbook should be getting the new OS BB10 early next year
where do you apply the code for store collection?
i have one and LOVE it. Holds all my music, use it for powerpoint, HDMI it up to the TV to watch streamed films, use the web and iplayer etc.I use bridge to link it to my blackberry, so at all times me surfing teh web conmes from my unlimited phone allowance, meaning i have web on the go for nothing.

Apps are cack, but for this price, its well worth it,
Same thing everyday.Playbook is utter turd dont waste your time or effort with this piece of junk.
@muckspreader1 have you actually used one?
muckspreader1

Same thing everyday.Playbook is utter turd dont waste your time or effort … Same thing everyday.Playbook is utter turd dont waste your time or effort with this piece of junk.




Oh dear, the only thing you forgot is its not an iPad......

This is a great tablet for what the vast majority of people would use it for, ie music and video playing, anything via the browser and email.

On top of that there are some native apps plus some android apps can be side loaded . Just go troll another thread if your that bothered.
muckspreader1

Same thing everyday.Playbook is utter turd dont waste your time or effort … Same thing everyday.Playbook is utter turd dont waste your time or effort with this piece of junk.


Have you every Had One, Got One or Used One?

If you have then please elaborate on your statement?
I been ripped off paid £129.00 few weeks ago.
Ordered another.
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Excellent machine
I only got one when my asus transformer broke but I managed to fix the transformer but not used it since.
I prefer this, better OS and nice size to hold.
Great price !!!
Does the code work for reservation? Cant find where to type the code in at checkout when placing a reservation.
fishmaster

Can you still obtain a Touchpad for £89?



I was just answering your question as to why the Touchpad is better.

Not sure about brand new but they go for around £100 2nd hand on here & AVF.
patchypirates

PhilK could you please instruct how to sideload android apps. I've no … PhilK could you please instruct how to sideload android apps. I've no idea how to do it



Place playbook into developement mode (settings/security)

ensure you have file sharing and wifi sharing enabled (settings/storage & sharing) (this is also used to send files to the playbook from pc via wifi so best to enable password or anyone could access your playbook on the same wifi network)

find ip address click on little man at top of playbook screen when settings closed, will be the 192.xxx.xxx.xxx one)

download apps from goodereader.com/app…ok/
or crackberry.com site into a folder on your pc, I call mine playbook

in chrome browser on your pc go to app store and install playbook app manager

enter the ip address and password you selected for developer I use 123

drag and drop apps to top right

Done


Edited by: "rpope" 26th Sep 2012
Don't waste your time with these at any price. RIM/lackberry is as dead as disco.
Is there a good MKV player for one of these yet? Preferably one that supports SMB/ DLNA .

Also, does the HDMI support audio as the demo i just watched said audio still came out the playbook speakers when using HDMI?


It seems to have GPS built in which is cool. I wonder if there is a good sat nav app. could be a cool Car media player!
Edited by: "cRuNcHiE" 26th Sep 2012
portmanteau

Don't waste your time with these at any price. RIM/lackberry is as dead … Don't waste your time with these at any price. RIM/lackberry is as dead as disco.



I spy a troll......

Go away and don't waste our time with posts like this.

The Playbook works, even if RIM shut down tomorrow it will still work or do you believe it will stop if RIM go out of business.

Added to that RIM have stated they will port BB10 to it next year and contrary to most peoples believe RIM have several billion in cash in the bank to keep going well into next year and make a comeback with BB10 plus other products.
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