quote: nah, Playbook has a browser, not iPad, trust me on that - I used both. iPad is only called "browser", it was decent until Playbook appeared... try Playbook's browser sometime, you'll be pleasantly surprised ;)
quote: and I can attest to Anand's true words, it is indeed as good as Anand describes.
quote: not very good then really?
quote: no email, no calendar, no Netflix, no Twitter
quote: Yes Tony, I know Apple was first in the mobile browser war, and I know iPhone's browser used to be the best for a while, but not these days, RIM got 'em at last, woohoo! I thought Google would do it first but RIM made a smart move of going open source all the way while collaborating with Adobe and probably paying Adobe quite a lot of dough to get the real mature browser with mature Flash 10.2 and Air runtime and stuff... to be honest Android is not far behind, their browser is almost as good as Playbook's in my personal experience but still falls short, and the Android tablet hardware/software is such an unpolished and sometimes ugly experience compared to RIM and Apple. Google has to learn a few tricks with regard to polish and style from Apple and RIM. Preferably from RIM, hehe ;)