If you've ever tried a BlackBerry PlayBook, you'll agree that it's one heck of a multi-tasking machine. Mind you, that should come as no surprise. After all, the PlayBook's underlying QNX Neutrino OS has supported multi-tasking since the early 1980s and symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) since the late 1990s.
Still, a true multi-tasking tablet can't simply process multiple tasks all at once. It must also allow the user to interact with those multiple tasks in a fluid, intuitive manner. And that's where the advanced gestures of the BlackBerry PlayBook come into play.
Recently, a couple of my QNX colleagues put together a video to show how those gestures can help you make the best use of the PlayBook. So, without further ado, roll the tape: