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Cheapest BlackBerry PlayBook Price in Singapore is S$ 140.20

The BlackBerry PlayBook is now available in Singapore. The cheapest BlackBerry PlayBook price in Singapore is S$ 140.20 from Qoo10. BlackBerry PlayBook price details are updated November 2018.

BlackBerry PlayBook Price Guide

Price List by Country for BlackBerry PlayBook

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 1.006.000 S$ 95.00
Philippines PHP 9,036.00 S$ 236.00
Singapore SGD 140.20 S$ 140.00

BlackBerry PlayBook Specs

Display
Screen Size 7"
Display Resolution 600 x 1024PX
Pixel Density 170ppi
Multi-touch Yes
Scratch Resistant Yes
Screen Technology TFT
Camera
Resolution Back 5MP
Auto Focus Yes
Resolution Front 3MP
Video Resolution HD
Memory
RAM 1GB
Memory Type DDR3
Battery
Battery Capacity 5300mAh
Talk Time 10h
Battery Type Li-Polymer
Processor
Processor Core Dual Core
Processor Speed 1.0GHz
Bit Architecture 64BIT
Design
Weight 425g
Dimensions 194 x 130 x 10mm
Launch
Release Year 2011
Software
Operating System BlackBerry Tablet OS
Connectivity
Connector Port Micro USB
LAN No
HDMI Yes
DLNA Certified No
Streaming Standard WiDi
Networking
Radio No
Navigation No
Bluetooth Yes
4G Yes
3G Yes
NFC No
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11g
Audio
Built-in Microphone Yes
Type of Speaker Stereo

Reviews of BlackBerry PlayBook

vr-zone.com
Reviewed on 2011-07-07
As far as most people are concerned, the battle for the tablet market is going to be fought only two fronts, namely with the likes of Apple's iOS and Google's Android operating system, right? Well, not if RIM has got anything to say about it, especial...
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mbreviews.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-18
CHECK THE PART 1 OF THIS ARTICLEIn the first part of our best cheap tablets we took a look at the Nexus 7. Even though there are a lot of great tablets for this budget, none seemed to be on par with the Nexus 7, until now. Enter the Tesco Hudl 2! For a...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-12
Solid hardware and build quality, Superb e-mail functionality and social networking integration, Easy-to-use interface with touch-sensitive bezels, Fully functional without a BlackBerry smartphone to tether, Good speakers on each side for watching video,...
Still no expandable storage, OS can be finicky at times, No native third-party integration, Official apps from A-list third-party developers are missing
The news that RIM is quickly headed for extinction has been greatly exaggerated . Sure, RIM is no longer a top handset manufacturer. And though the company is not profitable—it's still losing money and market share—it is managing to keep its head above wa...
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gcn.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-27
659Pros: Good battery life; good number of ports and buttons.Cons: Medium performance; no biometrics. We liked that the ThinkPad had 64G of hard drive space. Its 1G of memory was the average amount for those we looked at this time around, so that is ...
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custompcreview.com
Reviewed on 2011-12-10
So I had both the Kindle Fire and the Blackberry Playbook sitting around so I decided to do a comparison of the two devices. Really informal comparison for information only.What do you guys think? Which tablet do you like? Comment below.Both the Blackberr...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2011-12-03
Handy size, Stable case, Brilliant colors / good contrast, Bright TFT for outdoors, HDMI video out, Long battery life, Operating concept
Only 12 month manufacturer warranty, Time Out can't be disabled, No virtual environment for Android apps, No email client, No SD card slot
Even if the name PlayBook fits to a "pro tablet" like Android to a gaming notebook, we do want to give the almost 400€ 7 inch tablet (16 GB version) a chance. Is the PlayBook a business player like its smartphone colleagues, Torch 9860 and Bold 9900? Or i...
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gcn.com
Reviewed on 2011-08-31
Secure, fast, great display.
Needs a separate BlackBerry phone to use some features.
S The coolest part of the display design is that the margins of the screen are sensitive to touch. So if you are finished with an application, you simply touch into the margin and push your finger in an upward motion. This throws the running applicati...
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pocketables.com
Reviewed on 2011-07-29
Sure, the PlayBook from RIM might have been released a couple of months ago. Sure, it isn't exactly selling as well as anyone predicted. Sure, we might have slammed the tablet from Canada a couple of times here at NBT, but does all of this mean RIM didn't...
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Theinquirer.net
Reviewed on 2011-07-25
BITTER RIVALS Khidr Suleman and Chris Martin fight to the metaphorical death over the best 7in tablet currently on the market. This video face-off features three 7in tablets that are assessed on their various merits, and a winner is crowned. But which ...
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pcper.com
Reviewed on 2011-07-15
BlackBerry is proof of the tech industry’s merciless pace of innovation. Five years ago, Research in Motion (the company responsible for BlackBerry) seemed to be on the top of the mobile world. Its phones offered unique functionality that, although...
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itp.net
Reviewed on 2011-07-12
The PlayBook is RIM's first tablet whereas firms such as Apple and Samsung have already released second generation devices.Given that RIM is best known for its smartphones which are geared more for business use, we were surprised by the PlayBook's ente...
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gcn.com
Reviewed on 2011-07-01
Oddly enough, the PlayBook is pretty different from a BlackBerry phone, so there is some learning involved even for dedicated BlackBerry fans. Thankfully, the interface is a good one. The device is not exceptionally...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-23
1 GHz dual-core processor, BlackBerry Tablet OS with multitasking capabilities, Upcoming support for Java and Android apps, Full WebKit browser
No microSD slot, Missing dedicated PIM apps, Small Power button
When RIM Revealed the BlackBerry PlayBook in September 2010, the tablet was met with great excitement and hype, particularly from the professional, die-hard BlackBerry crowd. According to RIM, the PlayBook was designed to "give users what they want, in...
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umpcportal.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-18
Sascha joined me in the studio last night for a full-on 3.5hr marathon testing and discussion session with 10 different tablets. The iPad2, Asus Eee Pad Transformer, Acer Iconia Tab A500, HTC Flyer, Blackberry Playbook and Samsung Galaxy Tab were the focu...
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umpcportal.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-12
I managed to get a few hours hands on with the Blackberry Playbook [ tracking page ] today. First impression out of the box was: Wow, it's tiny.Laptopmag has done a comprehensive review of the device and they are pretty much on the money with their asses...
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pocketables.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-04
The BlackBerry PlayBook. It seems a few of us here at Pocketables have had our encounters with RIM's foray into the tablet market, both good and bad. In fact, you might've noticed that it currently makes up the majority of our front page's posts.With all...
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ubergizmo.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-02
Despite its Adobe Flash support, the BlackBerry Playbook is not the most anticipated tablet on the market, due to its small size (7-inch) and the relatively small number of applications available on its new OS when compared to major competitors such a...
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mobilitysite.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-01
It’s pretty crazy to think that only a little over one year ago Apple introduced the iPad. Previous attempts at tablet computing by numerous companies had been complete failures. But Apple seemed to “get it” with the iPad and took the consumer electro...
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i4u.com
Reviewed on 2011-04-29
Great form factor, +Fast and very powerful multi-tasking, +Excellent camera and file storage
Terrible at sharing media, -Buggy browser and mixed flash support, -No meaningful app selection
I've had the PlayBook for a full week now. I've already given my initial findings and shown off the excellent video camera at a Mumford & Sons concert. Now it's time for my full review. Just how well does the PlayBook measure up to extended use? Specif...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2011-04-28
For the better portion of the last month, we’ve been toiling away getting comfy with some of the newest tablets to hit the market of late, and now that we’ve gotten a feel for all of them, it’s best to sit down to compare and contrast them all in one m...
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