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03-08-2012 12:00 PM
Our CEO was on a mission to India for our company, and asked the IT group what was the best way to review and edit documents. Portability was a requirement, but so was the ability to perform Office application functions. Netbooks came to mind, but it was not integrated with emails. IPad came to mind, but had limitations for web browsing and email integration with the corporation.
I suggested the Playbook.
Keep in mind this was version 1.x, so the experience was usable but not great.
The Playbook was chosen. The CEO wondered if there was an easier way to read attachments on the playbook from the blackberry.
Fast-foward to today.
RIM's implementation of sending links, attachments, emails to the playbook was clever. It is certainly a simple (from a user point of view, not a development), but user-centric update in 2.0 that blackberry users will find appealing.
04-13-2012 05:07 PM
Sundance, read this:
PIN: C0001B7B4 Display/Scan Bar Code
PIN: C0005A9AA Display/Scan Bar Code
04-18-2012 07:16 AM
i've just upgraded from a curve8520 to a 9380 prior to that i had an iphone 4 and must say blackberry is far more superior only done fall the 938- is hard to find spares for...