Cisco Presents New Business Tablet PC Powered by Android

Jun 30, 2010
Cisco decided to launch its new business tablet PC running Google's Android.

Weighting only 1.15lbs, the company's device is called Cius and it supports telepresence interoperability, HD video, multi-party conferencing, email, messaging, browsing and more.

The new tablet PC from Cisco will also provide a number of new features for corporate users, at the same time allowing businesses take part in the expanding Android market.

"Through virtual desktop integration, the Cius [provides] flexible computing options with Cloud-based services that [offer] a compelling alternative to today's PC-on-every-desktop paradigm," stated the electronics giant in an official statement.

Other technical specifications:

- 720p HD camera installed at the front, having a 30fps refresh rate;
- 5Mp rear facing camera, offering VGA quality video and capturing still pictures;
- Dual noise-canceling microphones for audio conferencing;
- 7-inch, high-res widescreen super VGA touch-target display;
- accelerometer;
- 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and 4G;
- Bluetooth/Micro-USB;
- detachable battery able to hold for 8 hours;

[via TGDaily]


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