Ah, the Blackberry Playbook. Still love the way it handles most of the time. Although, it shows its age by now.
I've got a few... most of them obtained free from BlackBerry for making apps and entering contests. I live about 1 hour away from Waterloo, BlackBerry HQ... My first smartphone was a BlackBerry and I am a huge fan. I actually started developing apps on the BlackBerry Playbook and then migrated some over to BB10 devices when they came out (I was part of the pre-release and got my hands on Dev Alpha A and C and now have 2 red developer-only Z10's). You can find my apps all on there. Sad that BlackBerry couldn't get traction on QNX/BB10. It is a slick fast robust little OS that runs a ton of embedded devices that need reliability and security. I still use mine every day, they are the only tablets I have ever owned.
For those of you with Playbooks, you can download my apps. Just search BlackBerry app store for "edy". Same goes for BB10 phones.
It was fun while it lasted. Here's my app store:https://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/vendor/31328/?lang=en
By the way... There used to be a glitch with the Playbooks where if you let them drain too much battery, they wouldn't power back on as the software/chip designed to bootstrap the charging process also relied on at least some minimal power as well. The secret was to open up the Playbook and disconnect and reconnect the batteries (I guess that completely reset the charging chip). Sometimes you could also do it by holding down the power button a long long time. That was a major issue at the time which never got fixed.