New Chip From TI Will Help Beam Displays Right at Your Eyes
Sep 06, 2013 19:07
Texas Instruments announced a new chip architecture for portable projectors and now here's one futuristic piece of news: they are rolling out its first chip with that tech built-in. This means pictures are going to beam into your eyes!
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