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Photos emerge of the 10" BlackBerry PlayBook

 

10" BlackBerry PlayBook

Well what do we have here? Vietnamese website Tinhte was sent some pictures of what is apparently the mythical 10" BlackBerry PlayBook! This mysterious device was first mentioned in early 2011, but then was cancelled so that RIM could focus efforts in other areas.

From what we can see in the pictures here, this larger form factor tablet does have a slot for a sim card as well as  the familiar front facing camera and bezels for swiping, but no indication on what capacity this model will be or if it would be a 3G or 4G model, assuming it ever comes to production.

So what do you think of the larger form factor? Would you be interested in buying a 10" PlayBook if RIM did indeed decide to go ahead with production, or are you sold on the smaller form factor? Let us know in the comments below. You can check out plenty more pictures below and a few more of the internals at the source link. 

Source: Tinhte via: Engadget

Photos emerge of the 10" BlackBerry PlayBook

Photos emerge of the 10" BlackBerry PlayBook

Photos emerge of the 10" BlackBerry PlayBook

Photos emerge of the 10" BlackBerry PlayBook

Photos emerge of the 10" BlackBerry PlayBook

Photos emerge of the 10" BlackBerry PlayBook

Photos emerge of the 10" BlackBerry PlayBook

Photos emerge of the 10" BlackBerry PlayBook

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Photos emerge of the 10" BlackBerry PlayBook
Michelle Haag
Mon, 30 Jul 2012 08:34:20 GMT

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