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Blackberry Playbook Units Odds (Number Sold)

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Apr/14/2011
Blackberry Playbook odds

Bookmaker.com has released odds on the number of Blackberry Playbook units sold in 2011.  (see all odds here)

As usual, Bookmaker.com is leading the charge when it comes to technology odds. 

RBC Capital Markets analysts expect a "modest start” for the PlayBook - claiming the current problems "will become non-issues with subsequent enhancements and second-gen versions."

The odds favor over 6.9 million units being sold, so some good news for Blackberry and its manufacturer, Research In Motion.

1.9 MILLION UNITS OR MORE (2011)
+380     21.40%


2.9 MILLION UNITS OR MORE (2011)
+350     22.20%


3.9 MILLION UNITS OR MORE (2011)
+320     24.30%


4.9 MILLION UNITS OR MORE (2011)
+200     33.20%


5.9 MILLION UNITS OR MORE (2011)
+150     40.00%


6.9 MILLION UNITS OR MORE (2011)
+120     45.50%

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