RIM has been touting the power of the native SDK but it has not been released yet till later this. This SDK will make it extremely easy to port games to the BlackBerry PlayBook. We got a hands on with Quake III which was ported from the original source code. It took the guys from RIM around 4 days to port it over to the BlackBerry PlayBook, and one day to refine all the control settings with a multi touch experience, and a complete 3D gaming experience. Having no experience in Playing Quake III before I quickly was able to learn and use the multi-touch controls on the PlayBook. The best part is that you can play against anybody that has a BlackBerry PlayBook. The guys from RIM said they tested over Wi-Fi around eight devices connected at once and it showed no lag. The demo below was on three different PlayBooks connected over WI-Fi showing the Power of the native SDK an future possibilities of the device. Check out the video below where I get owned by the guys from RIM Playing Quake III.