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    BlackBerry PlayBook at Adobe MAX show

    BlackBerry PlayBook at Adobe MAX show

    Following news that RIM made an initial build of its QNX-based OS simulator available for Windows and Mac, company Co-CEO Mike Lazaridis demoed RIM’s tablet live for the first time at the Adobe MAX show. When RIM announced its upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook tablet last month, the company chose not to demo the device because it didn’t have any working prototypes on hand.

    The video shows a pretty impessive demo of full Flash 10.1 integrated and functioning on the new Playbook.   Not bad for a tablet.

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