Declining sales of the BlackBerry Playbook

Written By admin on Thursday, September 22, 2011 | 3:07 AM

Research In Motion (RIM) is reportedly due to slow production of tablets BlackBerry Playbook. Canadian vendor states that the tablet Playbook creation only sold 200,000 in the quarter. As is known, RIM has recently planned to slash the price of the tablets were. Although, according to a recent report noted that RIM is not too optimistic with these efforts. Citing a report quoted by Cellular News, RIM reported to have reduced orders for large scale production to partners Playbook manufacturer, Quanta Computer.
Impact, about 1,000 people working in factories based in Taiwan was threatened to be dismissed because the victim was no longer empowered to make Playbook. Playbook BlackBerry was first introduced in April at a price of about $ 500. The tablet is also claimed to have multi-tasking performance is quite impressive.

Unfortunately, the tablets that were once staying digadang as competitors iPad is just not as good as his rival's sales experience. From the initial target, announced about 4-5 million units during the year 2011, it turns out the new sales reached 800 thousand units within the first 6 months of this year.

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