As is so often the case…people get new devices, but then have no idea how to use them to their full potential. Here is a simple and cheap solution, that is based on the web-based guide, but it puts everything right at your fingertips. Below is the description from the Android Market
If you are in the market for a new smartphone, the next couple of months will offer you a great opportunity to shop around. For starters, there are still four major platforms to choose from: iOS(Apple), Android(Google), WindowsPhone(Microsoft), and Blackberry(RIM). These platforms are available on all of the major carriers (except there is still no iOS on Tmobile). Each has its pluses and minuses as there is no “one size fits all”- despite what Apple wants you to think.
The top devices to consider are (in no particular order): The Galaxy Nexus, the iPhone 4s, the HTC Titan, the Blackberry Bold 9900, the Motorola RAZR, and the Galaxy S2. And while these are my top picks, there are a host of other phones that are also quite good.
The Blackberry Playbook is an interesting device and one I would own IF I already had a Blackberry phone or planned on getting one. The build quality is top notch, it has a nice design, the interface is snappy, and it is the PERFECT size in my opinion. But without a BB phone to link up with the “Bridge” function, it is simply overpriced and not very functional.