By 13 July 2010 | Categories: news


New information is currently doing the rounds on the web concerning RIM’s rumoured BlackBerry Tablet that RIM will reportedly use to take on Apple’s iPad.  
According to BlackBerry Cool, these details have emerged via Ashok Kumar who is an analyst and managing director at investment bank Rodman & Renshaw.
Kumar relates that the upcoming BlackBerry Tablet will feature a 7" touch-screen and will be powered by a processor by semiconductor company Marvell (who also makes the Bold 9700’s CPU) as well as front and back facing camera for video conferencing.
The Marvell processor that might be used is the ARMADA 610 Application Processor which is designed for mainstream Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs), such as eReaders, tablets and media players. It boasts a gigahertz-class CPU, integrated full HD 1080p encode as well as decode, an integrated audio processing engine for extremely low power, high quality audio playback and advanced 3D graphics.


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