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Cisco has unveiled a tablet PC aimed squarely at the business market.
The device — called the Cisco Cius — is based on Google's Android OS. It has been designed to integrate with Cisco's enterprise collaboration and communication applications, including its videoconferencing and web conferencing software, and to act as a virtual desktop client, tapping into cloud-based applications and services.
Cisco has skinned the Android OS with a UI which the company said is designed to enable users to access important contacts quickly.
Like Apple's iPad tablet, the Cius also has an accelerometer inside, enabling the screen to be orientated in a landscape or portrait format, depending on how the user is holding it.
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