The Engadget team was at a BlackBerry WebWorks developer event last night in San Francisco and caught more details on the BlackBerry PlayBook. While at the event they caught some more footage of the BlackBerry PlayBook in portrait orientation and got to play around with it a bit. They also heard that TAT (The Astonishing Tribe) which RIM just acquired is working on the PlayBook’s bezel gestures which are not finalized yet. Supposedly TAT will be “lending a hand” to the UI division to improve the interface interactions. About battery life they got more confirmation that the PlayBook should be able to survive a full work day. Last but not least they learned that the PlayBook’s “Module Cavity” that we heard about before would not be user upgradeable but rather a way for RIM to add hardware enhancements in the factory. My guess is it will be used for the 3G and 4G radios in upcoming PlayBooks.
Let us know if you spot anything else!