Avaya A175 business-oriented tablet shows off Flare user interface

Posted by on Sep 28, 2010 | 1 Comment

Recently, the Avaya has introduced new business-oriented tablet that is recognized as Avaya A175. A175 tablet shows off Flare user interface originally appeared on Engadget on 26 Sep 2010. This endeavor tablet is designed as a tool of office cooperation. Get more information about A175 business-oriented tablet here.

Avaya A175

Avaya Inc. is privately detained telecommunications company that specializes in enterprise network, telephony, and call center technology. Usually you do not hear Avaya’s name when circling the consumer electronics water cooler, although it just introduced a new tablet. The Avaya A175 tablet is utilizing Aura 6.0, which newly designed Flare user interface. Still you won’t ever see this guy in Target, Best Buy or Walmart. The Avaya A175 premium tablet will be sale in the market for anticipated price between $1,500 and $2,000.

This 11.5-inch enterprise tablet is designed primarily to be used at a cubicle, doubling as a SIP phone. Dubbed a “Polycom killer” more than an iPad killer, this tablet is designed Flare user interface that enables touchscreen operation and supports multi-user video calling, email, web browsing and Android applications too.

If we consider Avaya A175 tablet’s specification, it is “slightly thicker than an iPad.” It has trio of USB 2.0 ports, inbuilt WiFi, 3G / 4G WWAN support and an integrated battery for those days when you simply have to clock in from the comfort of Venice Beach. Hit that More Coverage link for a live report at the device’s unveiling. Feel free to begin hassles your manager to order up a few dozen of these. Or use that money for office-wide raises – whatsoever floats your boat.

Applications – Avaya Flare Experience video from youtube:

1 comment

  1. saina says:

    wow what an application

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