Just yesterday, one of our guest bloggers, Tim Collins of Stafflink Solutions Ltd., a Toronto-based IT recruitment firm, offered 10 reasons why he thinks Research in Motion Ltd. will make a comeback. Many of the comments to his article spoke highly of the new features BB10 will have, including a more intuitive interface that let’s users do their work more quickly and efficiently. And of course, a good keyboard.
Indeed, RIM has spoken a great deal about how the “seamless flow” within and across applications will distinguish its new handsets and how its keyboard (whether physical or virtual) will be state-of-the-art.
 
But what are some other features that users want to see in the new Blackberry devices? Collins has posted an imaginative wish-list of his own: everything from a movie projector to an air keyboard. All pretty cool ideas and technologically feasible, I imagine.
 
 
 


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