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All BlackBerry PlayBooks Now on Sale at BestBuy – $450 & $550

BestBuy now has the BlackBerry PlayBook on sale.  The 16gb($50 off) is $449.99 and the 32gb($50 off) and 64 gb($150 off) priced at $549.99.  Its funny that they would put the 32gb and 64gb model on sale for the same price, but it might be to clear out 64gb inventory.  The savings are on from now until September 5th.  Is this enough incentive to for you to act if you have been holding off?

Check out the BlackBerry PlayBook discounts over at Best Buy

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  1. Already have mine and I don’t need two. I wonder fi this will be met byt doomers and gloomers saying the playbook isn’t selling.

    I hope we see another ad push when OS 2.0 comes out and low prices would be good then too. As I recall the PB is cheaper than the iPad to make and the more PBs out there the better.

    • I have a playbook already too but i dont want the doomers and gloomers getting the wrong idea about the playbook either! Maybe we should by another one, just in case! haha

  2. In the majority of the consumer eyes, the Ipad is the better tablet because: 1. It is better known; 2. It has more apps/games; 3. the false perception that you need a Blackberry to use the tablet (Blackberry was not so popular at the time the PlayBook came out); the lack of native features: email, messages, calendar, tasks, BBM – (which could have been a major selling point for the device), further perpetuated this myth; 4. they allowed Ipad biased reviewers savage the PlayBook in their reviews. Add this to the close price to the Ipad and the poor marketing campaign and its easy to see why the PlayBook, although it has sold well, it has not done nearly as well as it could have. RIMM needs to do the following: 1. reduce the PlayBooks device by $100 and include a Blackberry 7 phone. 2. Begin a major marketing campaign touting the PlayBook 2.0 features using major celebrities using them (Blackeyed Peas etc). 3. They need to show the PlayBook used in a real world setting to show off the features the Ipad lacks and 4. They need to get those must have games (Dead Space, BattleBallz, etc) that utilize the power of QNX.

  3. That’s still high if you think about the taxes.

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