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PlayBook: An Anchor Dragging RIM Down
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12/20/2011 | 10:03:57 PM
re: PlayBook: An Anchor Dragging RIM Down
I have a Playbook and my wife was just given a Kindle Fire. I much prefer the Playbook, but it has always been an accessory for a BB user, not everyone. Now the market, nudged along by commentators who keep flogging the email client thing and ignoring the fact that it works really well if you actually do have a BB, has passed it by. So sad.

At least I can turn on and use my Playbook without giving the ghost of Steve Jobs my credit card number...


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