Texas Instruments Blaze tablet To Officially Go Live this August

Despite having little information at the moment, Texas Instrument’s new revelation, also known as the Blaze, is one of many devices that were recently mentioned to hit the trendy overcrowded tablets pond, in coming months – and make no mistakes, it’s surely going to be good. And getting down to the nitty gritty things, this 10.4-inch XVGA touchscreen slate runs a 1GHz OMAP4430 CPU and is scheduled to go live with two USB ports, 1GB of RAM, Bluetooth, and a GPS navigation system, somewhere around August. But that’s not all, because TI’s Blaze will also offer its owners some very cool features, thanks to revolutionary multiple external camera modules, and external DLP pico-projector support. Regretfully it’s too early to determine quality compared to pricing, as prices are yet to be determined.

[via Slashgear]

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