A few customers mentioned in their reviews that the product was easy to use. Six years ago expert website Goodgearguide.com.au wrote “However, beyond the great multitasking and intuitive UI”. Also six years ago expert review site Mobilechoiceuk.com said in their review “RIM’s first tablet device is a joy to use with innovative navigating controls”. Expert website Mobile88.com said in their Blackberry Playbook review “navigating around in it is very intuitive with its flicks”.
Some customers who purchased this tablet agreed that it had a good interface. Laptopmag.com mentioned “The PlayBook has a well-designed interface and plenty of power under the hood for serious multitasking”. Expert website Gcn.com mentioned “The interface is a good one” and scored it 4 stars. Goodgearguide.com.au rated the product 4 stars and wrote on expert website Good Gear Guide.com.au “RIM's 7in PlayBook offers a refreshing interface and smooth performance that live up to its name”.
Several people agreed that this tablet had a good experience. Expert website Pcadvisor.co.uk wrote in their review of the Blackberry Playbook six years ago “With it's full web-browsing experience, seemless server-side” . Techspot.com wrote in their Blackberry Playbook review “The user experience is solid”. Vr-Zone.com said “The BlackBerry PlayBook 2.0 operating system was recently announced on 21 February, promising new features and enhanced tablet experience for users” in their review of this tablet.
Several Blackberry Playbook owners who purchased the Blackberry Playbook concluded that it was comfortable and easy to hold. Five years ago Pcadvisor.co.uk said on expert review site PC Advisor.co.uk “The BlackBerry PlayBook 2.0 is a lovely device to hold and use” in their review of this tablet. Expert website Phonearena.com said “For the better portion of the last month, we’ve been toiling away getting comfy with some of the newest tablets to hit the market of late” in their review of the Blackberry Playbook. Theinquirer.net wrote “The Blackberry tablet device is easy to hold with one ha”.
One Blackberry Playbook reviewer who reviewed it considered that it was easy to assemble. Expert website Whathifi.com mentioned “The company's first tablet looks to build on its impressive, smartphone-based reputation” .