Targus Ergo D-Pro Desktop Laptop Stand

Ergo D-Pro™
desktop stand
for notebooks
USER GUIDE
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Features and specifications subject to change without notice.
© 2006 Targus Group International, Inc. and Targus, Inc.
AWE05US / 410-0260-001A
Table of Contents
Introduction ..................................................... 4
Setting Up The D-Pro...................................... 5
Cable Management......................................... 8
Connecting a Security Cable .......................... 10
Port Replicator Module (Optional)................... 11
Outlining the Height ........................................ 12
Using the Hook & Loop Fasterners................. 14
Ergonomic Guidelines..................................... 15
Technical Support ........................................... 17
Product Registration ....................................... 17
Warranty ......................................................... 17
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TARGUS ERGO D-PRO™
DESKTOP STAND FOR
NOTEBOOK
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Targus Ergo D-Pro
Desktop Stand for Notebook. The D-Pro is a unique,
ergonomically correct desktop notebook stand that allows a
notebook computer to be comfortably used as a desktop
replacement. The D-Pro provides a compartment for
storage of a Targus port replicator or hub and cable
management for a clean workspace.
The D-Pro incorporates a patent pending document holder.
This document holder is designed to create a functional
workspace with an optimal viewing distance between
documents, screen and keyboard.
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Setting Up The D-Pro
1 Press buttons (A) on both sides to raise or lower the DPro to desired angle.
A
A
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2 Open the document holder and flip it towards you.
3 Check that the D-Pro is assembled correctly and
carefully place your notebook on the stand as shown.
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4 Fold the document holder up into place. Adjust the
inclination of the document holder by using the shift
buttons (B). Attach your external mouse and keyboard
and you’re ready to work efficiently and ergonomically.
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Cable Management
Without Targus Port Replicator
1 Remove compartment cover (A).
2 Guide cables through as indicated and reinstall
compartment cover.
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With Targus Port Replicator
1 Place the replicator in the cavity.
2 Guide cables through (B) and connect them to the
replicator.
3 Guide cables through (B) and connect them to the
replicator.
C
4 Connect your notebook and power supply at (C).
5 Replace compartment cover.
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Connecting a Security Cable
The D-Pro offers two options for securing your notebook
and peripherials; a slot lock or video port lock .
Follow the usage instructions included with your security
cable.
Slot lock
Video port lock
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Port Replicator Module
(Optional)
The Port Replicator Module (PRM) allows you to mount
your OEM port replicator or docking station to the D-Pro.
Attention IBM & Toshiba Users
Your docking station/ port replicator may be positioned and
attached to the PRM with the screw rivets that are
provided. Attach your docking station/ port replicator to the
PRM by screwing the two rivets into the PRM plate and
docking station/ port replicator before securing to the D-Pro
with the knobs.
Alternatively you may use the hook and looped fasteners
provided. For instructions, please go to “Outlining the
Height” on page 11.
1 Place the PRM onto the D-Pro and screw the knobs
onto the plate.
PRM
Knobs
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2 Connect your notebook first to your docking station/port
replicator and place them together onto the D-Pro,
making sure your notebook is supported at (B) and
centered.
B
3 Use the knobs to position the PRM after determining the
proper position to attach the docking station/port
replicator according to the outlining instructions below.
Outlining the Height
Refer to the instructions for your model of docking station/
port replicator:
IBM Thinkpad Dock ll: Line up the the holes on the back
of your docking station with the holes on the back of the
PRM at (D).
HP DC 367B port replicator: Line up the top of your port
replicator with the indication lines on the PRM at (E).
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Toshiba Advanced port replicator ll and lll: Line up the
top of your port replicator with the indication lines on the
PRM at (F).
G
D
E
F
Port Replicator Module (PRM)
Once the position of the docking station/ port replicator has
been determined, you are now ready to secure your
docking station/ port replicator to the PRM.
If you decide to use the screw rivets, you will need to insert
the rivet anchors through the pass through holes (G), from
the rear of the PRM and into the bottom of your docking
station/ port replicator. After this is accomplished you are
free to insert and tighten the fastening screws. Once this is
complete the PRM is ready to mount to the laptop stand via
the tightening knobs illustrated on page 11.
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Using the Hook & Loop
Fasterners
1 Remove the plastic covers from the hook & loop
fasteners and align the pads accordingly to ensure your
docking station/ port replicator fits flush with the PRM.
With the front of the notebook resting on (B), carefully
and firmly push the docking station/ port replicator onto
the PRM and hold for at least 20 seconds.
PRM
H
B
2 The docking station/port replicator is now attached to
the PRM and the notebook screen should be positioned
at the center of the D-Pro.
Your notebook workstation is ready for use.
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NOTE: the position of the port replicator can be
adjusted to suit smaller or larger notebooks by
adjusting the height of the PRM using the two knobs
at (H).
Ergonomic Guidelines
The following guidelines will help you to create a
comfortable and ergonomic working environment.
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1 Adjust the armrest of your chair such that it is level with
the height of the table or keyboard. In this position, your
shoulders should be relaxed;
2 Adjust the screen distance; usually between 20-35
inches (50-90 cm), so that you can comfortably read the
display;
3 Angle the screen so that it is vertical (90 degree angle to
your line of sight);
4 Ensure the top of the screen is at eye level or just below;
5 When working with documents, use the in-line
document holder between the screen and the keyboard.
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Technical Support
For technical questions, please visit:
US
Internet:
www.targus.com/support.asp
Australia
Internet:
www.targus.com/au
Email:
infoaust@targus.com
Telephone:
1800-641-645
New Zealand
Telephone:
0800-633-222
Product Registration
Targus recommends that you register your Targus accessory shortly
after purchasing it. Go to: http://www.targus.com/registration.asp
You will need to provide your full name, email address, phone
number, and company information (if applicable).
Warranty
Targus warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for one year. If your Targus accessory is found to be
defective within that time, we will promptly repair or replace it. This
warranty does not cover accidental damage, wear and tear, or
consequential or incidental loss. Under no conditions is Targus
liable for loss of, or damage to a computer; nor loss of, or damage
to, programs, records, or data; nor any consequential or incidental
damages, even if Targus has been informed of their possibility. This
warranty does not affect your statutory rights.
Features and specifications subject to change without notice. All trademarks and
registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. © 2006, Targus
Group International, Inc. and Targus, Inc., Anaheim, CA 92806 USA.
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