We recently heard that RIM had decided to drop he price of their BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, due to the lack of demand for the device, after RIM announced they only sold 200,000 PlayBook tablets in the last quarter.
Now it would appear that RIM has decided to slow down the production of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, as obviously there isn’t as much demand for the tablet as RIM had hoped.
Obviously RIM aren’t expecting sales of the PlayBook to increase that much with the price drops, or they could possibly have a large inventory of PlayBook tablets, as they reportedly ordered around 4 to 5 million of the tablets from their suppliers back in April.
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