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  1. imcurved's Avatar
    be patient BBRY may release BB10 to the PB and if that happens, we'll have all the international inputs we want.
    03-14-13 06:12 PM
  2. bambinoitaliano's Avatar
    Hi All,

    I am a native Chinese, so allow me for any spelling or grammar mistake.
    Very exciting for received my 32GB PB. its a very long story for purchasing a perfect Playbook, how long? long enough for you don't want to hear.Now i finally got one with me from BestBuy.Perfect!

    Perfect? maybe...Not! at least not for Chinese.
    We need a native Chinese input.

    All Blackberry smartphone have the Chinese input embedded. every model no matter new or old.even ancient model. don't really under stand why Playbook missed it. Need the answer for all China user. more then 20k playbook user from what i heard.

    China is a fast developing Country, A 1.3billion population. Apple easily sold 15million IPAD 1 till Mar-4-2011 here. now the number for PB is around 20K, Can't you figure out what a great potential market there.
    If there is an issue on playbook sale for RIM? send them all to China, 1.5million PB(the original produced number) is a very small number.

    We have numbers of Blogs, forums for discussing Blackberry & Playbook, thousands of post about Playbook by daily. What i am telling you is people loves RIM products.

    But this market easily given up by RIM totally. till today, we are not able to buy a single PB via a normal channel. there is no official distributor, no official retailer, no official store for PB. also in the forum, most compliant from the fans are 'no Chinese input, gonna sold it';'won't buy it until native Chinese input';'its not a good time for buying PB for not support our language'.

    Be aware, we would love to see succeed on RIM.

    So i am urging strongly, RIM to pick up this market immediately, start with a small update for adding Chinese input.

    我们需要中文输入!!!


    Will we win?
    http://<a href="http://i1255.photobu..._pb2-1.jpg</a>
    Unfortunately, there's no market for the Playbook to pick up anymore. The wi-fi version no longer in production. I truly believe RIM miss the boat here. As bad as it was when first release, Asian language input would have help sell a heck lot more.
    03-14-13 07:37 PM
  3. wangyongjie12312's Avatar
    yes we do!
    05-27-13 11:45 AM
  4. jacobottawa's Avatar
    If RIM can not make Chinese input working on Playbook, then next tablet I am for sure won't buy RIM's product!
    01-07-14 07:45 PM
  5. jacobottawa's Avatar
    No, if the price is right, software is there, market will come very quick.
    01-07-14 07:56 PM
  6. xfwania's Avatar
    Yes,we strongly need native Chinese input on PlayBook !
    我们需要内置的中文输入法!!!兄弟们顶起来!!!
    06-21-14 03:54 AM
  7. bambinoitaliano's Avatar
    Show John Chen you got 50 million Playbook owners in need of Chinese language, it might just happen.
    06-21-14 08:05 AM
  8. blueberrymerry's Avatar
    John Chen will probably steer you to a Z30, Passport or whatever. The PB is dead... the only Chinese input method I've used is an app that converts Latin pinyin text to Chinese characters, which then have to be copied and pasted into whatever app you want. It's a nasty workaround that's next to useless.

    I want one more input method: for every key I type, a hammer bearing that letter descends on Thor Heins' head, wherever that buffoon may be.
    06-21-14 12:29 PM
  9. bambinoitaliano's Avatar
    John Chen will probably steer you to a Z30, Passport or whatever. The PB is dead... the only Chinese input method I've used is an app that converts Latin pinyin text to Chinese characters, which then have to be copied and pasted into whatever app you want. It's a nasty workaround that's next to useless.

    I want one more input method: for every key I type, a hammer bearing that letter descends on Thor Heins' head, wherever that buffoon may be.
    Enjoying his retirement courtesy of BlackBerry fans

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    06-21-14 01:24 PM
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