RIM has introduced the latest version of the BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1 update that will be made available for the Wi-Fi-only BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Just what does BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1 bring to the table? Well, we are looking at a new range of capabilities and security features which should bring a smile to the face of consumers, enterprises and developers, as you are able to secure all data on the tablet thanks to enterprise-grade encryption which has been extended to secure personal data that is stashed on the device.
Not only that, you are also able to use the new version of BlackBerry Bridge 2.1 to send a SMS from your PlayBook via a BlackBerry smartphone. Want to use Messages, Contacts and Calendar apps in portrait mode? Not a problem with BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1, while “printing” documents from a PC to a BlackBerry PlayBook tablet via the Print To Go app is a go, never mind the fact that the PC and tablet are connected to different networks. Have you upgraded your Wi-Fi BlackBerry PlayBook yet to OS version 2.1? If so, how do you find it?
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