One of the creators behind the BlackBerry PlayBook root, Neuralic, whipped up a video showcasing the Android Market, Android Native Email and Google Apps. Once you’ve rooted the PlayBook you can load up an Android launcher. You’ll also need to convert keys that get generated after rooting with a tool called puttygen. Use this to convert the file named “rsa” in your dingleberry folder to a .ppk file. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be able to log in to your root with these tools using “root” as the username and the .ppk file that you made as authentication. Check out the video on it below.