Since Research In Motion released its Blackberry PlayBook tablet for sale at $500 on April 19, 2011, the product sold very poorly. And RIM has been trying to change this. On January 28, 2012, RIM made a reduction of $200 in all the PlayBook modelís prices, and on February 5, 2012, the troubled RIM cut the prices further on their PlayBook tablet to an unbelievable $199 for 16GB. The 32GB model can be had for $249, and the 64GB for $299. Furthermore, RIM released PlayBook OS 2.0 which features the ability to run Android apps, a new reading mode for the web browser etc. on February 21, 2012. These measures are beginning to take effect now, according to the RIM official twitter, its Blackberry PlayBook was the top-selling tablet this week at Future Shop and Best Buy.

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