All of the below emulators work great with the BlackBerry PlayBook. This tablet, developed by Research in Motion (RIM), was released in April 2011. It has a 7″ LCD screen with a 1024 x 600 resolution. It comes equipped with some cool features such as a 1 GHz dual-core processor, 1080p HD video recording capabilities, a HDMI 1080p micro output connector, wireless a/b/g/n, 4G LTE connectivity, and integrated Bluetooth.
One awesome thing that makes the PlayBook stand out from other tablets (i.e. Apple’s iPad) is the inclusion of full integration with both Adobe Flash and Adobe Air. This means that nearly all Websites will work on the tablet the same way they work on a PC, so there is no need to hope that your favorite site has a mobile version in order to display correctly.
The BlackBerry PlayBook comes in 3 storage capacity models: 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. It weighs less than a pound (0.89 lb. to be exact), and is only 0.38″ thick. On its launch day, the PlayBook sold much better than RIM had anticipated by pushing nearly 50,000 units. As of the end of June 2012, RIM reported that 1.26 million tablets have been sold and over 25,000 PlayBook specific apps were available.
Shortly after the tablet was made available to the public, numerous developers ported emulators so people could play all their favorite old-school games whenever and wherever they want. Free Emulator has the best ones for you to pick from — just click the name of a video game system below.
Please visit this page again soon for a full list of BlackBerry PlayBook emulators.