The BlackBerry PlayBook by RIM has been performing extremely well by selling approximately 250,000 units during its first moth of sales, according to RBC Capital Markets Managing Director Mike Abramsky.
That’s way ahead of Motorola’s flagship Xoom tablet, which took two months to sell 250,000 units. Of course, they’re both far behind Apple’s iPad 2. Apple’s been selling every unit it can manufacture.
Abramsky said RIM could move 500,000 PlayBooks during its first fiscal quarter. If the pace remains the same, RIM will sell over 2 million units this year. That’s a little lower than RBC’s sales estimate