RIM shows off BlackBerry PlayBook web browser, HTML5, Flash performance
The upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook has a dual core processor and what appear to be pretty powerful multitasking capabilities. But how does it handle everyday tasks like viewing web pages with heavy Flash or HTML5 features?
Research in Motion has posted a new video of the PlayBook browser in action and it looks like it can handle Facebook Flash games, Facebook Chat, and video from sites that use HTML5 or Adobe Flash encoding.
I’m still not convinced I want to play Flash games designed for a mouse with my fingertip, but with a growing number of phones and tablets adding support for Flash, I suspect we’ll start to see developer make games more touch-friendly.
You can check out the video after the break.