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Logitech released tablets for planning and conducting meetings

As virtual work meetings take on a new dimension amid the prolonged pandemic, Logitech is introducing two tablet-like devices. They are designed to schedule meetings, as well as help users communicate through popular services: Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Ring Central.

The first device is a Logitech Tap IP tablet with a 10.1 inch screen. It can be placed on the table or attached to the wall. Equipped with an Ethernet connector, which is output from the opposite side, but a Wi-Fi connection is also available, there is even a motion sensor.

The second device is the Logitech Tap Scheduler. This is a meeting planner tablet that can be placed at the entrance to the conference room. On it, the company offers to display the schedule of all ongoing meetings.

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Logitech released tablets for planning and conducting meetings

Both Tap IP and Tap Scheduler will be available this fall for $699 per device, according to Logitech. For the same price, you can grab two iPad 9 (2021) for $329 with a 10.2-inch screen and also use them for scheduling and communicating during meetings.

Source: Logitech

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