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Posted by ciderthingsarenotsorosy (U14648606) on Tuesday, 5th February 2013
I would like to purchase a Blackberry playbook and wonder if anyone can tell me if I would need the 64GB as opposed to the 32GB?
I want to use it to access the internet and can't see any advantage in buying a larger memory.
I download music on to my ipod so I wouldn't use it for that reason.
In fact I am getting so far behind with the latest gizmo's that it probably has a lot more applications that I am not aware of.
Posted by The final throes of Geek The Amazing Dogboy (U1759005) on Tuesday, 5th February 2013
If you're just browsing on it then I'd have thought the 32GB would be fine. I suppose it's only if you're dowloading loads of apps or films or stuff you'd need more memory.
Posted by Skyebird (U14198692) on Tuesday, 5th February 2013
Why a Playbook? I would have thought one of the Android tablets would be more flexible.
Posted by robtgore (U15575703) on Tuesday, 5th February 2013
Why not go for Apple, you can add apple tv later, and enjoys all the seamless possibilities. They are still fastest and best. Get a mini if you want to take it for walks!
Posted by robtgore (U15575703) on Thursday, 7th February 2013
Come on then, what did you go for?
Posted by Spartacus (U38364) on Thursday, 7th February 2013
I'm probably the wrong person to ask for this sort of advice, but for what it's worth, if buying /anything/ that can't be upgraded, I always tend towards the largest capacity possible. It means you know that if you run out of space it wasn't your fault, and if you come to sell it second-hand in the future only the largest capacity will tend to hold any value.
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