Production of the BlackPad has been handed over to Quanta Computer (makers of Apple, Dell, Sony and Panasonic hardware) in Taiwan according to a Chinese report, with the purported price said to be $US499 when orders ship in September. It could all be hogwash, but the Apple Daily report is also claiming two million units will be shipped in 2010 and eight million the following year. [Digitimes]
Rumour: BlackBerry Tablet "BlackPad" To Cost $US499
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