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RIM BlackBerry PlayBook Teardown

UBM TechInsights takes a look under the hood at yet another tablet. Inside RIM's new BlackBerry tablet is the TI OMAP 4 processor, a six-axis gyro and some other fun hardware goodies.
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UBM TechInsights separates the PlayBook screen from the device back; this required some work on the surrounding gasket.

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