Let’s say you’re in the UK. And you’d like to buy a 7-inch tablet, but the Nexus 7 seems too expensive for you. I know it’s just £159, but hear me out. Also, let’s say you need a lot of built-in storage. What if you wouldn’t mind getting a BlackBery PlayBook tablet?
Well then, get ready for the deal of the century (if you keep in mind the caveats above, of course). You can now buy a 64 GB BlackBerry PlayBook from Dixons for just £129. That’s insanely cheap, and it’s in fact the same price for which the 16 GB version is being sold. So this could be some sort of limited time only offer.
So, with that in mind, if you really want to purchase one of these, you should probably do so as soon as possible. Despite the fact that the PlayBook was never as successful as RIM wanted it to be, it’s obviously a lot better than the various no-name tablets being sold for around £100 nowdays. One has to wonder – what if this was the PlayBook’s original price? How well would it have sold then?
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