If you want to get the features you lack from your BlackBerry PlayBook, you’ll still need to pair a BlackBerry phone with it as RIM isn’t going to deliver the lacking functions, such as email too soon. Why? It’s not quite clear yet, but considering the recent results the company got and the turnmoil of its shareholders something must change.
What’s strange is that RIM didn’t think of this before launching the product and only now they figure out that they need to implement native email on their tablet. The BlackBerry email system works on the idea of a single user and a single device with his email account(s), but what about the tablet that makes it two devices, one user?
Something needs to change and maybe salvation will come from Android, that has a couple of apps compatible with the PlayBook.