A new tablet is about to hit the streets. CrunchGear has stumbled across a developer FAQ for the new Cisco Cius tablet. This slate will cost around $1000 and will launch in Q4 2010. The FAQ notes that the Cius is NOT a consumer device, and so should not be compared to the iPad. Instead, the Cius is a "first-of-its-kind mobile collaboration device."
The Cius will be loaded down with communications software and built for mobile conferencing and the like. This slate packs Android 2.2 and may end up supporting 3G and 4G data services, either at launch or somewhere down the line. Cius users will be able to make VoIP calls, which means a mic. The battery will be swappable.
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