The more that I use it, the more that I truly appreciate just how incredibly useful a device my PlayBook is.
I'm currently travelling on business. I edited my presentation back at the hotel and copied the Powerpoint onto the PlayBook, along with various other backup PPT, PPTx, PDFs and PNGs, so I'm prepared for absolutely any question that might come up. I can present directly from my PlayBook using a little HDMI cable stuffed in my suitcoat, and look at the speaker notes on my tablet while the audience just sees the slides. I love knowing I can have all my backup material pre-loaded and ready to go, and with a swipe get to what I need. Now I take all my meeting notes with the PlayBook in Word To Go, so not only do I not have to try to transcribe my notebook scribbles, I can format them and highlight important parts so they're ready for emailing to my colleagues when the meeting is over. And maybe I'm just a bit sensitive to it, but I always hated a table full of laptop "shields". Now I don't have a big obtrusive laptop screen hiding me from my customers.
All I need to bring is this one conveniently small tablet, and instead of lugging around my laptop bag from train to taxi, it stays at my hotel. While I'm waiting for the next meeting to start or on public transport, I have an easy way to kill time by catching up on news, surfing the web, or playing games. I've downloaded close to a hundred different interesting apps, which gives me lots of variety when I get bored. (Since I've tried quite a few apps, I should really start blogging about the best PlayBook apps to download...)
With moving around so much, I am so very thankful for carrying one pound instead of twenty! (Disclaimer: I never actually weighed my massive laptop backpack, so that's just a guess. That eff-ing bag!)