Yes, the BlackBerry PlayBook might not be the most desirable tablet in the market, but that does not mean it does not come with its fair share of fans. No sir, as we have seen the PlayBook function as a remote control for toy cars, while receiving an official keyboard accessory recently, and here we are with another variant of the BlackBerry PlayBook being prepared for a general release, sporting HSPA+ support, thanks to the good people over at the FCC. This tablet from Research in Motion has been approved by the FCC, and its test reports point towards integrated HSPA+ connectivity, in addition to a processor upgrade to that of a 1.5GHz dual-core chip, in addition to NFC support. No idea on pricing, but chances are it will arrive sometime in the middle of this year. If you are currently in the market for a new tablet device, would you seriously consider the BlackBerry PlayBook, or is it not even part of your shortlist?

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