The BlackBerry PlayBook Was The #1 Selling Tablet at Future Shop and Best Buy

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Haters are gonna hate but RIM is doing an excellent job pushing out the PlayBook. BlackBerry’s Twitter account recently announced that the PlayBook was the number 1 selling tablet at both Future Shop and Best Buy. This is great news for consumers, developers and for the BlackBerry 10 platform. We’re hoping that these sales entice more developers to get on board and start building great apps for the tablet and BlackBerry 10. Speaking of developers, RIM also announced that they’ve had more than 6,200 apps with 3,000 pending review as of Feb 29th.

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    Great tips here. It is all about hooking your reader and keeping them there. Unlike what they taught you in grade school you definitely want to front-load and lead with your best stuff. It is all writing to attract.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/XAPCO5EAJYDTUPTWRFWM7MMMKQ Antonin

    I have a feeling that the Playbook’s good numbers will be a temporary success – the unusual timing of two events has given us these stats. The first is the fact that anyone who wants to buy an iPad is waiting for this week’s new model announcement and the second is the buzz that OS2.0 was finally released.

    I wish nothing more than for the Playbook to be a serious contender in the tablet biz but it’s going to take some real marketing success to be able to carve out its niche. 

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/XAPCO5EAJYDTUPTWRFWM7MMMKQ Antonin

    I have a feeling that the Playbook’s good numbers will be a temporary success – the unusual timing of two events has given us these stats. The first is the fact that anyone who wants to buy an iPad is waiting for this week’s new model announcement and the second is the buzz that OS2.0 was finally released.

    I wish nothing more than for the Playbook to be a serious contender in the tablet biz but it’s going to take some real marketing success to be able to carve out its niche.