RIM stops the production of 16 GB BlackBerry PlayBook

Adaptation strategy in small tablet manufacturer Research in Motion has decided to stop production of its playbook tablet in 16 GB version, while models 32 and 64GB are still normally produced.

The company does not give the reason but it may possibly be found in the aggressive positioning of certain players like Amazon and its Kindle to $ 199 tablet that have smoothed the market, while others are about to enter at equally low rates. A $ 499 at launch, then reduced to 199 dollars an expensive promotional effort, the 16GB version of the playbook becomes difficult to sell.

 Rumors of new generations of PlayBook tablets regularly return to the front of the stage but RIM is sticking to its model, nevertheless announced in September 2010 and released in April 2011.

It is true that he benefited from the major update in early 2012 PlayBook OS 2.0 which brings several features whose absence had earned him some mixed reviews at its launch. Recall that the OS from QNX, will be one of the 10 elements of the future on which RIM BlackBerry's greatest hope of recovery.

Meanwhile, the rest 16 GB BlackBerry PlayBook marketed and available while supplies resellers
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