Best Tablet Computers for Voice and Video Communications

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    Chris Talbot

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Built on the Android platform, the Cisco Cius is a Cisco TelePresence-enabled tablet with a seven-inch high-resolution screen and eight-hour battery life. Outfitted with Cisco Quad, Show and Share, and WebEx Presence collaboration applications, the Cius features video communications that tie into Cisco TelePresence solutions. Activating a video session is as simple as connecting a phone call.
Apple may have started primed the market for tablet computers with its Apple iPad, but networking and communications vendors are upping the ante with tablet computer devices designed to let users connect with each other via voice and video communications. Because when you are mobile, you need to connect with co-workers, clients to stay productive, and also with family and friends. Tablets are not just about reading ebooks and magazines. They are about connecting to everything you need in a mobile form factor that keeps you in touch. Both businesses and consumers can look forward to a multitude of form factors and features for voice- and video-enabled tablets that are on the way. Here's our list of the best tablets to consider for voice and video communications.
This article was originally published on 2010-10-20