Slashgear reports Texas Instruments will start shipping the Blaze development platform in August. This tablet features a 10.4" touchscreen with 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, the OMAP4 processor, 1GB IpDDR2 and 32GB eMMC. Configurable features include a cellular modem, WLAN, Bluetooth, GPS, FM radio, HDMI, external pico DLP projector support, DisplayPort, and more.
We just caught wind of the Blaze tablet, which features Texas Instruments’ OMAP4. Designed specifically around the Blaze development platform, which in of itself is designed to maximize software compatibility. In the tablet, you can make room for a cellular modem, WLAN, Bluetooth, GPS, and even FM connectivity. They’re all reconfigurable, using the same sockets as the Blaze development platform.
The Blaze tablet will also support new features and applications, thanks to the multiple external camera modules, as well as the external DLP pico-projector, which can be given multiple attachments, as well as an extended field of view. Inside, you’ll find the OMAP4430 1GHz processor, which should leave you wanting nothing more for quite some time.