It shows a Lenovo Thinkpad tablet, but also applies to the BlackBerry PlayBook, I guess. Check it out:
Remember the odd BlackBerry video from China a few weeks ago? There was a lot of speculation, what BlackBerry it was and if it was a genuine BlackBerry at all. But it turns out to be a true BlackBerry, designed by Porsche Design. The Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry falls in the group of luxury designs, which seem more and more common. The standard design for BlackBerrys just don’t cut it anymore.
The Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry is a BlackBerry OS 7 device with top notch hardware commonly found in all OS 7 devices. The usual 1.2 GHz processor is used to power the Porsche, similar to all other OS 7 devices. In fact the only question for a customer is, whether he/she likes the Porsche or not. It’s totally a question of taste and visual appeal. Are you going to buy this luxury phone? It looks okay to me, but I’m familiar with Porsche Design price levels, so I better stick to my normal BlackBerry for now.
What once began with the BlackBerry Storm has now evolved into the BlackBerry Torch 9860. The old SurePress technology is gone and now a capacitive touch screen makes input easy. The release of the BlackBerry Torch 9860 already happened in late August and depending on which country you are located at, you most probably can already buy a 9860.
Without further ado, let’s jump right into the review.
Today the cheapest tablet computer ever has been announced. The Ubislate, also known as Aakash. In terms of price it beats anything on the market, costing only $61. It beats the Amazon Kindle Fire, which will cost $199 and it beats the low cost computer of the OLPC initiative (One Laptop per Child), which sells for $100. Obviously it beats all Android tablets, the iPad and the PlayBook. Unfortunately, at this moment it is only available in India. RIM, you can feel at ease for the moment.
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It’s here! It’s here! I just got many hands on a BlackBerry PlayBook Rapid Charging Pod, which I have previously introduced to you guys through an article. The charging pod works like a charm. It charges 2x faster than a normal plugin charger. Most importantly, it’s very stylish and makes my work station look much more professional. Check out the unboxing photos I’ve taken.
Attention! Attention! A BlackBerry Curve 9360 white is on its way, alongside another Curve 9360 pink! We’re really getting nervous about their release date, but still can’t find it on any mobile phone retailer’s website. Telus Canada has confirmed it will have these colorful phones at some point, but others will follow soon I guess.
The Curve is definitely a stylish phone, but making it white or pink is even better compared to the usual boring black. The price is expected to be equal to the black ones. Thank you RIM!
Black, White or Pink? What is your choice?
BGR released the first clear photos of the BlackBerry Curve 9380 (left) next to a BlackBerry Torch (right)
The BlackBerry Curve 9380 is not yet available, in fact little has been revealed about this mysterious device so far, but over the last weeks and months new details surfaced regularly. This might be a hint, that the release date of the Blackberry Curve 9380 is near, probably before Christmas. At the BlackBerryInsight office we are already excited to get hold of this baby and in preparation for the upcoming phone we have collected all the information available and put it into one article.
First of all, when I hear “Curve”, I’m thinking of a Blackberry with a physical Keyboard. However, the BlackBerry Curve 9380 features a virtual keyboard, which I think is odd. I will get into the technical details in a moment, but first you can check out this (silent) video showing the new all-touch Curve:
We’ve featured the BlackBerry Bold 9980 R47 earlier and was not sure if this is the real deal. Rumor has it that it’s the next Porsche-designed smartphone. No news yet. But today, we go pictures of it comparing itself with the BlackBerry Bold 9900. The device looks very sleek and slim. The Bold 9900 is only 10mm and the 9980 seems to be about the same. You can view more pictures below. We’ll keep you posted of more BlackBerry Bold 9980 news.
BlackBerry is all about Business, right? No, the modern BlackBerry user is not only a business person, he is also a person of style. Luxury and a golden touch emphasize the lifestyle of a BlackBerry person. Amosu Couture thinks the same and has released a golden BlackBerry Bold 9900. The inner qualities of the BlackBerry Bold 9900 Gold are the same like a regular Bold 9900, however the outside is made of the best materials available. Amosu Couture’s designer made the bezel plated in hardened 24ct.Gold. This way the device will look shiny, yet it is not totally covered in gold.
On the Chinese website maxpda.com appeared an article showing a mysterious BlackBerry 9980. It seems to be some variant of the BlackBerry Bold 9900, yet the design is very different. I don’t want to use the word “ugly”, but the design is not for everyone.