| | Re: What is the diff between a e-reader & a PlayBook?
I agree with Knotty...I don't own an e-reader but have an iPad2 and a Playbook. I much prefer the Playbook. Part of RIM's problem was marketing but also not launching the tablet with all the options that OS 2.0 brought to the table.
I was very late to the Playbook game but I have not been disappointed other than the lack of apps out there, but as Knotty says, that is changing. I have even figured out how to download Android apps, convert them with the developer software and run them on my Playbook. I'm getting closer to having everything my iPad has.