It's been some time since we've heard anything about RIM's upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook, mostly thanks to the onslaught of Android tablets that have been dominating the headlines, but today the PlayBook is back with a new video demonstration. The new clip showcases some more of the PlayBook's browsing capabilities, including Flash and HTML5 video playbook, a little bit of FaceBook browsing, and little bit of Flash gaming, too. Sit back and enjoy the entire three-minute clip down below.
The PlayBook definitely performed admirably in this demo, handling video and Flash with aplomb. Just remember while you're watching that the video comes straight from RIM, meaning that they likely picked out some content that would help the device shine. That said, I'm still super excited for the PlayBook to finally launch, and hopefully we'll learn more about it at CES or shortly thereafter. After checking out the PlayBook demoed several times in several different situations, how do you think it'll compare to the upcoming Android tablets and Palm's upcoming webOS tablet?
UPDATE: For all you developers out there, RIM has also posted a video showing off the PlayBook's SDK. You can check it out below.