Average review score based on 453 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Blackberry does not support Chinese language or any other Asian languages. The start-up takes too long comparing with other Android tablet I have. The application software is very limited, and converting those Android application for Blackberry is another pain in the AXX. The only good thing is having larger storage for music and video.
In the age of ipad and android...its a total waste of money...........................mmmm.mmmm..mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
I have an IPad and I was expecting similar performance, but it is not like this, not many app's va aislable, the Netflix aap doesn't work good, but is good I can connect the tablet with the BB smarotif pone.
I have not been happy with the device, there are too many services that I want to use like Skype that do not work on the blackberry playbook. Very limited apps on the product
Don't like the blackberry its not like my samsung who i got it from had all ther information on ther i had to call blackberry to get all his information off the playbook
I'm sticking with apple this thing is only good to watch you tube other than that its not good battery life is really badn
The reason for the low overall rating is that Blackberries updated operating system (2.1.x)made impossible load any non propietary apps or edit in any of the office applications. An example was the inability to add notes in Powerpoint.
Not easy to operate and doesn't proform like I thought it would. I am not it programed so it may just be me
When I first got this, I was so excited. It was the perfect size. Typical of all Blackberry products, it was slow to boot up, but that's just the way RIM's products are, so I was prepared for it. I didn't purchase it for speed, but as a back-up device in case of problems with my Toshiba notebook. I should have done a little more homework. This only runs Blackberry apps, not android or windows. It has no SD slot, nor does it accept a USB flash drive. It was still fun, although a little difficult to figure out where downloaded files were stored, etc. Well, I didn't use it for a few days, so didn't think I'd need to charge it. I plugged it into the charger a few days ago and left it plugged in overnight. Nothing. I plugged it into the computer using the micro USB to USB cable. Nothing. I contacted Blackberry customer assistance, who responded promptly and suggested a couple of things to try. Nothing. Now I'm being told I need to call in to make arrangements for repair or replacement. I've had this thing less than 1 month, and already it's dead? It's assembled so that there's no way for me to be able to take the back off to see if something has just come loose or to replace the battery if necessary. In other words, there's no way for the consumer to try to service it themselves. They must take/send it somewhere for who knows how long. I'm definitely not a happy customer at this point.
Unfortunately, I bought this device because the cheap But I hated to use, because threr is a big difference in use BlackBerry PlayBook and the iPad I wish I did not buy the device., and I intend to sell it
Can I traced back and taking half of the amounts?