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BlackBerry Playbook Now Runs Honeycomb, Wait What?

Silly MacMall, the BlackBerry Playbook doesn’t run Honeycomb.  Although, I wouldn’t put it past one of our developer friends to make that happen at some point in the near future.

Cheers Robert!

  • Anonymous

    Actually the Blackberry Playbook has been getting great reviews so far. CHeck out Tech Republics

  • A “professional Grade” tablet to me is one running windows or something. Don’t take that as a windows fanboy or something, I only switched back to Windows 7 recently as a few of my classes required Windows based PC’s for the coursework. Linux FTW

  • I might have actually considered buying it if it did

  • LOL.. fail.

  • Anonymous

    WOW! someone doesn’t know how to Photoshop properly!

  • Mr. Joe

    WELL the Playbook does run android apps through some sort of emulator. BUT the Playbooks emu is like 2.2 or 2.3

  • Anonymous

    Honeycomb sells, so they need to use that image to bring idiots I mean Customers. Just like some idiots saying I have Droid milestone or droid evo lol

  • Anonymous

    haha nice!

  • NoHomo

    The left “order now” is WAYYY off, it should be moved to the left a bit more. to the left to the left, everything you own in a box to the left, don’t you ever fr a second get to thinking, you’re irreplacable!

  • Finire

    As an owner of the Motorola Xoom, I have to disagree with there first “professorial-grade” tablet claim. But on another note, you have to love Photoshop and people that don’t know better.

  • Coaster36

    If this is a real add, imagine what the top dogs at RIM say when they see this.

    • “why didnt we do that in the first place?!”

  • Anonymous

    I’d buy it if it did.



  • Anonymous

    LOL. Blackberry wishes! 🙂

    • Anonymous

      It runs Android Apps. I am huge fan of Android(Own the Atrix, have owned G2,Droid & Droid X). However, if someone could make the Playbook run Honeycomb it would be awesome. The Playbook is great Hardware and OS isnt too bad either. Check out the Multi Tasking, which is True Multi-Tasking not what Apple or Android call Multi-Tasking.