RIM, the company behind the successful Blackberry phones just unveiled its much anticipated device, a tablet named Blackberry Playbook.

RIM CEO Mike Lazaridis announced the BlackBerry Playbook at BlackBerry Developer Conference (DevCon). The PlayBook has a 7-inch high resolution widescreen display, 9.7 mm thick, supports Flash 10.1 with hardware accelerated video, HTML 5, 1080p video, has non-proprietary HDMI and USB connections, full-HD front and rear-facing camera, support for dual-displays (with use of HDMI cable), will be able to connect with BlackBerry Enterprise Servers out of the box via Bluetooth secure pairing to BlackBerry.

The device will have a 1 GHz dual-core processor (with symmetrical multiprocessing capabilities) and 1 GB RAM.