23-inch, 16:9, backlit, capacitive touchscreen LCD with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution

Front camera

H.264 AVC video standard


Collaboration Endpoint Software 8.3


TI OMAP 4470 1.5 GHz


8 GB eMMC flash memory




Setup Assistant

You can easily set up the DX80 yourself in just a few minutes. And you’ll find all the commands right on the touch screen, which makes it easy to use, too.

Laptop Integration

Connect your PC or Mac to the DX to share content in meetings, or to use the DX as a display. You can also play your laptop audio, including music, on the superior acoustics of the DX.

Other Key Features

  • Essential Cisco telephony features for knowledge workers
  • Easily join meetings with just One-Button-To-Push
  • Tilt the camera downward to allow sharing of physical content
  • Cisco Expressway for quick and simple remote registration
  • Cisco end-to-end security features
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Setup and Deployment

Setup: It's quick and easy (as long as your admin has registered your DX; see below). You can configure the device yourself, and the setup assistant takes only a few minutes. View the DX80 and DX70 User Guide (PDF - 2.6 MB) to get started.

Deployment: You can register the Cisco DX70 and DX80 devices to Cisco Unified Call Manager or Cisco TelePresence Video Communications Manager. Alternatively, you can register to the cloud with the Cisco Spark Service. Remote users can quickly and easily register their devices with Cisco Expressway.

Connect the DX Series and a nearby PC to your LAN using built-in Ethernet ports. If you want, designate separate VLANs for the PC and phone to improve reliability of voice and data traffic. Or, you can connect it to a Wi-Fi access point using its antenna. See the DX Series Administration Guides.

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