Asus 90MB0DT0M0AAY0 Computer Hardware User Manual

E8085
First Edition
May 2013
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Contents
Dual Intelligent Processors 4...................................................................................... 4
4-Way Optimization.......................................................................................... 4
TPU
EPU
........................................................................................................ 5
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DIGI+ Power Control........................................................................................ 8
Fan Xpert 2...................................................................................................... 9
Wi-Fi GO! Card........................................................................................................... 11
ASUS Wi-Fi GO! card specifications...............................................................11
Installation...................................................................................................... 13
Wi-Fi GO! card utilities................................................................................... 13
Wi-Fi GO!..................................................................................................................... 15
System requirements..................................................................................... 15
Using Wi-Fi GO!............................................................................................. 16
Using Wi-Fi GO! & NFC Remote................................................................... 17
Wi-Fi GO functions......................................................................................... 18
Using Cloud GO!............................................................................................ 19
Using Remote Desktop.................................................................................. 19
Using DLNA Media Hub................................................................................. 20
Using File Transfer......................................................................................... 21
Using Smart Sensor Control.......................................................................... 22
Using Remote Keyboard & Mouse................................................................. 23
Using Capture & Send................................................................................... 23
RF Equipment Notices............................................................................................... 24
Conventions used in this guide
To ensure that you perform certain tasks properly, take note of the following symbols used
throughout this manual.
DANGER/WARNING: Information to prevent injury to yourself when trying to
complete a task.
CAUTION: Information to prevent damage to the components when trying to
complete a task
IMPORTANT: Instructions that you MUST follow to complete a task.
NOTE: Tips and additional information to help you complete a task.
Dual Intelligent Processors 4
Dual Intelligent Processors 4 comes with these five utilities in one interface: 4-Way Optimization, TPU, EPU, DIGI+ Power Control, and Fan Xpert 2.
4-Way Optimization
The 4-Way Optimization utility allows you to automatically tweak the TPU, EPU, DIGI +
Power Control and Fan Xpert 2 to their optimal settings.
Select an
advanced
power saving
mode
Click to auto-detect the best settings based on actual usage
DO NOT remove your fan during the tuning process.
TPU
ASUS TPU allows you to manually adjust the CPU frequency, CPU Cache and Core
frequencies, DRAM frequency, and related voltages for an enhanced system stability and
boost performance.
Refer to the CPU documentation before adjusting CPU voltage settings. Setting a high
voltage may damage the CPU permanently, and setting a low voltage may lead to an
unstable system.
For system stability, all changes made in TurboV will not be saved to BIOS settings and will
not be kept on the next system boot. Use the Save Profile function to save your customized
overclocking settings and manually load the profile after Windows starts.
Using TPU
CPU Frequency
Click or
to adjust the
Base Clock
Frequency,
CPU Ratio,
and CPU Ring
Ratio
Click or
to select the
number of
cores to adjust
Click to
apply the
adjustments
Click to load
the saved
profile
Click to save the
adjustment into a
profile
Tick to enable
Group Tuning
Click to enable the
default settings
Click to undo the
adjustments
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Set the CPU Ratio Setting item in BIOS to [Auto] before using the CPU Frequency in
TPU. Refer to the BIOS chapter of your motherboard user manual for details.
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The CPU Frequency bars show the status of the CPU cores, which vary with your
CPU model.
Voltage
Drag to
adjust CPU
Core Voltage
offset
Drag to
adjust CPU
Cache Voltage
offset
Click to
apply the
adjustments
Click to save the
adjustment into a
profile
Click to load
the saved
profile
Drag the slider to adjust
DRAM, CPU Analog I/O,
PCH, and CPU Input
voltages
Click to undo the
adjustments
Drag the slider to adjust CPU System
Agent, CPU Digital I/O, VTTDDR, and
PCHVLX voltages
GPU Boost
Drag to
adjust the iGPU
Max Voltage
Click or
to adjust the
CPU VCCSA
voltage
Click to load the
saved profile
Click to enable the
Click to save the
adjustment into a profile default settings
Click to
apply the
adjustments
Click to
undo the
adjustments
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The overclocking result varies with the CPU model and the system configuration.
•
We recommend that you set up a better thermal environment to prevent overheating
from damaging the motherboard.
EPU
EPU is an enery-processing utility that allows you to adjust the CPU, GPU, and Fan Control
settings to their power-saving conditions.
Using EPU
Click to configure the
settings in Auto mode
Click to configure the settings
in High Performance mode
Click to configure the settings
in Max Power Saving mode
Click to configure the
settings in Away mode
Tick to select
a setting
for Voltage
Decrement
Click or
to adjust the
configured Max
CPU Power
Click to
select a fan
profile
Tick to select
a setting for
Add-on USB
ports power
Click to enable the
default settings
Click to undo the
adjustments
Click to
apply the
adjustments
•
When you enable Configured Max CPU Power for advanced energy saving condition,
the CPU frequency may display 800 MHz in the Windows® OS information of your
computer. However, the true CPU frequency varies depending on the wattage that you
manually set. You can adjust the CPU wattage from the lowest base to your preferred
default value.
•
Configured Max CPU Power may decrease the total power delivery to the CPU and
affects the CPU performance under system heavy load. To restore your system to its
default settings, reboot your computer.
DIGI+ Power Control
DIGI+ Power Control allows you to adjust the VRM voltage and frequency for optimal system
efficiency, overall system stability and performance.
CPU Power
You can configure the following CPU Power items:
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CPU Power Duty Control
CPU Power Duty Control adjusts the current of every VRM phase and the thermal
conditions of every phase component.
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CPU Load-line Calibration
CPU Load-line Calibration adjusts the voltage range and controls the system
temperature. Higher load-line calibration could get higher voltage and good
overclocking performance but increases the CPU and VRM thermal conditions.
CPU Current Capability
CPU Current Capability provides wider total power range for overclocking. A higher
value setting gets higher VRM power consumption delivery.
CPU Power Thermal Control
A higher temperature brings a wider CPU power thermal range, and extends the
overclocking tolerance to enlarge overclocking potential.
CPU Power Phase Control
CPU Power Phase Control allows you to get more transient and better thermal
performance by increasing the phase number under heavy system loading. To increase
VRM efficiency, reduce the phase number under light system loading.
* The system automatically sets the default to [Extreme] when using the Intel® iGPU.
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CPU Voltage Frequency
CPU Voltage Frequency affects the VRM transient response and thermal components.
Higher VRM frequency gets quicker transient response.
DRAM Power
You can configure the following DRAM items:
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DRAM Power Phase Control
Select Extreme for full phase mode to increase system performance or select
Optimized for ASUS optimized phase tuning profile to increase DRAM power efficiency.
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DRAM Current Capability
A higher value brings a wider total power range and extends the overclocking
frequency range simultaneously.
DRAM Voltage Frequency
Allows you to adjust the DRAM switching frequency for system stability or to increase
OC Range.
•
The actual performance boost may vary depending on your CPU specification.
•
Do not remove the thermal module. The thermal conditions must be monitored.
Fan Xpert 2
Fan Xpert 2 automatically detects and tweaks the fan speeds, and provides you with
optimized fan settings based on the fans’ specifications and positions.
Using Fan Xpert 2
Click a screen
to select the
type of fan
that you want
to customize
Click to set the
fan’s speed to
silent mode
Click to set the balanced
configuration between the
fan’s noise level and speed
Click to
maximize the
fan speed
Click to switch between CPU
and chassis fan screens
Click to increase the fan’s
speed for a high cooling
capability
Customizing the fan settings
Smart Mode
Smart Mode allows you to customize the fans’ rotation speeds and responsiveness based on
your system’s temperature.
Click and drag
to set the fan’s
rotation speed
Click and drag
the sliders to
adjust the fan’s
responsiveness
Click to go back
to the previous
screen
Click to undo
the changes
Click to switch between the
CPU and chassis fan screens
Click to apply
the changes
RPM Mode
RPM Mode allows you to set the fan speed when the CPU temperature is below 75oC.
Click and drag
to adjust the
fan’s speed
Click to undo
the changes
Click to go back
to the previous
screen
Click to switch between the
CPU and chassis fan screens
•
When the CPU temperature reaches 75o C, the fan will automatically run at full speed
to protect the CPU.
•
For motherboard models without the CPU fan detection latch, only 4-pin CPU fans are
controllable in Fan Xpert 2.
•
The Fan Xpert 2 may not be able to detect the fan speed if your fan is installed with an
external control kit for rotation speed.
•
Fan Xpert 2 does not support 2-pin fans. If you install a 2-pin fan, it can only run at its
full speed.
•
If the CPU or chassis fans have been changed, the Fan Auto Tuning process should
be repeated.
DO NOT remove your fan during the Fan Auto Tuning process.
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Click to apply
the changes
Wi-Fi GO! Card
The Wi-Fi GO! card is an easy-to-use wireless LAN adapter that allows you to connect to a
wireless LAN in a single network. With the Wi-Fi GO! card, you can also use your system as
an access point for other Wi-Fi supported devices.
By default, the Wi-Fi GO! card is already installed on your motherboard. To locate the Wi-Fi
GO! card, refer to section Motherboard rear and audio connections of your motherboard
manual.
The Wi-Fi standard of 802.11ac will be restricted by countries’ regulations. Wi-Fi 802.11ac
feature will be supported under the complete 11ac eco-system environment.
ASUS Wi-Fi GO! card specifications
Bluetooth v4.0/3.0 + HS Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac version
Wi-Fi Standard
Bluetooth standard
Data rate
Security
IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth v4.0/3.0 + HS
802.11ac (HT80*) up to 867Mbps, 802.11n(HT40*) up to 300Mbps,
802.11n(HT20) up to 150Mbps, 802.11a up to 54Mbps,
802.11b up to 11Mbps, 802.11g up to 54Mbps
* When using Wi-Fi Engine in AP mode, the channel bandwidth is limited
to HT20 and with a maximum data rate of 150 Mbps due to Windows®
limitation.
WEP, WPA & WPA2*
* Use WPA2 or open system to reach 65Mbps and above.
Network architechture
types
AP Mode
Frequency band
2.4GHz & 5GHz ISM radio band
Client mode
Wi-Fi:*
Outdoor up to 300 meters
Operating range
Indoor up to 100 meters
* The transmission speed may vary according to the environment
Bluetooth:
10 - 20 meters (depends on the environment)
Antenna 1: Wi-Fi Tx/Rx
Antenna
Antenna 2: Wi-Fi Tx/Rx + Bluetooth
1 x ASUS 2T2R dual band Wi-Fi moving antenna (with SMA
connector)
Wi-Fi:
Green LED: Wi-Fi enabled
LED
LED off: Wi-Fi disabled
Bluetooth:
Blue LED: Bluetooth enabled
LED off: Bluetooth disabled
Support OS
ASUS special features
Blinking blue LED: Data activity
32-bit / 64-bit Windows® 7, 32-bit / 64-bit Windows® 8
ASUS Wi-Fi Engine
ASUS Wi-Fi GO!
* The specifications are subject to change without notice.
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ASUS Wi-Fi GO! card specifications
Bluetooth v4.0/3.0 + HS Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n version
Wi-Fi Standard
Bluetooth standard
IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
Bluetooth v4.0/3.0 + HS
802.11n(HT40*) up to 300Mbps
802.11n(HT20) up to 150Mbps
802.11a up to 54Mbps
802.11b up to 11Mbps
Data rate
802.11g up to 54Mbps
* When using Wi-Fi Engine in AP mode, the channel bandwidth is limited
to HT20 and with a maximum data rate of 150 Mbps due to Windows®
limitation.
WEP, WPA & WPA2*
Security
* Use WPA2 or open system to reach 65Mbps and above.
Network architechture
types
AP Mode
Frequency band
2.4GHz & 5GHz ISM radio band
Client mode
Wi-Fi:*
Outdoor up to 300 meters
Operating range
Indoor up to 100 meters
* The transmission speed may vary according to the environment
Bluetooth:
10 - 20 meters (depends on the environment)
Antenna 1: Wi-Fi Tx/Rx
Antenna 2: Wi-Fi Tx/Rx + Bluetooth
Antenna
1 x ASUS 2T2R dual band Wi-Fi moving antenna (with SMA
connector)
Wi-Fi:
Green LED: Wi-Fi enabled
LED off: Wi-Fi disabled
LED
Bluetooth:
Blue LED: Bluetooth enabled
LED off: Bluetooth disabled
Support OS
ASUS special features
Blinking blue LED: Data activity
32-bit / 64-bit Windows® 7, 32-bit / 64-bit Windows® 8
ASUS Wi-Fi Engine
ASUS Wi-Fi GO!
* The specifications are subject to change without notice.
The Wi-Fi GO! card varies by models. Refer to your motherboard manual for the Wi-Fi GO!
card specification.
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Installation
System requirements
To use the Wi-Fi GO! card, ensure that your system meets the following requirements:
1.
32-bit / 64-bit Windows® 7, 32-bit / 64-bit Windows® 8
2.
DVD Optical drive
3.
ASUS support DVD containing the Wi-Fi GO! card driver
4.
ASUS AI Suite 3 utility
•
Ensure to install the bundled Wi-Fi antenna connector to the Wi-Fi GO! card ports.
•
To install ASUS AI Suite 3 utility, refer to the section AI Suite 3 of your motherboard
user manual for more details.
Installing Wi-Fi GO! card driver
The contents of the support DVD are subject to change without notice. Visit the ASUS
support site at http://support.asus.com for driver or utilities updates.
To install Wi-Fi GO! card driver:
1.
Place the support DVD on the optical drive. If Autorun is enabled in your computer, the
DVD automatically displays the installation wizard.
2.
Click Drivers tab then click ASUS
Bluetooth 4.0 Wi-Fi Driver.
3.
Follow the onscreen instructions to complete
the installation.
4.
After the installation is completed, restart
your computer.
Wi-Fi GO! card utilities
With Wi-Fi GO! card, you can use the following utilities found in the ASUS AI Suite 3 utility:
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Wi-Fi Engine: Allows you to connect to a wireless network and to set up your
computer as an access point for Internet connection sharing among Wi-Fi enabled
devices.
•
Wi-Fi GO!: Provides you with a range of multimedia playback control and home cloud
computing environment.
For Wi-Fi GO! functions, refer to section Wi-Fi GO! in this user manual for more details.
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Using Wi-Fi Engine
To use Wi-Fi Engine, click
the AI Suite 3 main menu bar.
on the top edge of the screen, then click Wi-Fi Engine on
Click to
connect to
a wireless
access
point
Click to set
up your
computer as
a wireless
access
point
Using the Client Mode
The Client mode allows you to connect your system to a wireless access point or a host
router.
To use the client mode:
1.
On the Wi-Fi Engine menu, click Client Mode to launch Network Connections.
2.
From the Network Connections window,
double-click to select a network adapter.
2.
From the list of available networks, click to select a network
that you want to connect to.
Some networks may require you to key in a password.
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Using the AP Mode
The AP mode allows you to set your system as an access point for other wireless-enabled
devices.
To use AP mode, click AP Mode on the Wi-Fi Engine menu.
Key in a network
name
Key in your
password
Key in your
password for
confirmation
Click to go back
to previous
screen
Click to select a
network connection
Click to
disable AP
mode
Click to enable
AP mode
•
In this mode, the Internet Connection Sharing may depend on the Bluetooth/Internet
device’s driver support.
•
Due to Windows® 8 limitation, it may take one to two minutes to set up the AP mode
for the first time.
Wi-Fi GO!
Wi-Fi GO! is an ASUS-exclusive Wi-Fi utility that allows you to wirelessly stream your media
files to DLNA devices, control your computer using your smart device, transfer files to your
smart device, and provides access to your files stored in your cloud storage.
System requirements
System
requirements
PC
Smart device
OS
Windows® 7/Windows® 8
Android 2.3 or later versions
iOS5 or later versions
Utilities
ASUS AI Suite 3
ASUS Wi-Fi GO! & NFC Remote
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Install the Wi-Fi GO! card driver and AI Suite 3 utility from your ASUS motherboard’s
bundled support DVD.
•
For your Android smart device, download the ASUS Wi-Fi GO! & NFC Remote from
Google Play. For your iOS smart device, download the ASUS Wi-Fi GO! & NFC
Remote from App store.
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•
Ensure that all Wi-Fi enabled devices using the Wi-Fi GO! utility must be in the same
local area network (LAN).
•
The user interface of your smart device may vary with the operating system and the
screen resolution.
Smart device supported screen resolutions
Wi-Fi GO! & NFC Remote supports the following screen resolutions of your smart devices:
Screen
type
Low Density
(120, ldpi)
Screen
Resolution
1024 x 600
Medium Density
(160, mdpi)
WXGA
(1280x800)
1024 x 768
1280 x 768
Using Wi-Fi GO!
To use Wi-Fi GO!, click
Suite 3 main menu bar.
High Density
(240, hdpi)
Extra high density
(320, xhdpi)
1536 x 1152
2048 x 1536
1920 x 1152
2560 x 1536
1920 x 1200
2560 x 1600
on the top edge of the screen, then click Wi-Fi GO! on the AI
Click to set a
password
Use your
smart device
to scan
QR Codes
for more
information
Wi-Fi GO! menu
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•
Launch Wi-Fi GO! & NFC Remote on your smart device to use the Wi-Fi GO! & NFC
remote control functions. For more details, refer to section Wi-Fi GO! & NFC Remote
of this user manual for more details.
•
To protect your Wi-Fi utility from unauthorized remote access, click
password.
•
Ensure that the ASUS AI Suite 3 utility is active when using the Wi-Fi GO! functions.
then set a
Using Wi-Fi GO! & NFC Remote
Wi-Fi GO! & NFC Remote allows you to remotely control your computer using your smart
device.
Launching Wi-Fi GO! & NFC Remote
1.
On your smart device, turn on the Wi-Fi connection. Ensure that your smart device is
within the same network as your computer.
2.
Tap
device.
3.
Tap OK on the confirmation message.
Wi-Fi GO!
& NFC Remote
> Enter, then tap the computer you want to connect with your smart
Using the Wake-on-LAN
If you want to wake up your computer using the smart device, ensure that you enable the
computer’s Wake-on-LAN settings. To configure your computer’s Wake-on-LAN settings:
1.
From BIOS Setup, go to Advanced > APM then set Power On By PCIE/PCI item to
[Enabled].
2.
From Windows® OS, do the following:
a.
On your desktop, click Start, right-click Computer > Manage to launch the
Computer Management screen.
b.
Click Device Manager to view all the installed devices.
c.
Click Network Adapters, right-click the installed module card (Broadcom or
Atheros) then click Properties > Power Management tab.
d.
Tick these items Allow this device to wake up the computer and Only allow a
magic packet to wake the computer.
For 802.11ac standard Wi-Fi GO! Card, the Wake-on-LAN function will be supported in the
later version for Windows® 8 operating system.
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Wi-Fi GO functions
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Cloud GO!: Allows you to remotely control and sync your files across multiple cloud
services such as ASUS WebStorage, GoogleDrive™, and DropBox®.
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Remote Desktop: Allows you to remotely control your desktop in real time using your
smart device.
•
DLNA Media Hub: Allows you to stream media files to a DLNA-supported device and
remotely control playback using your smart device.
•
File Transfer: Allows you to transfer files between your computer and your smart
device.
•
Smart Sensor Control: Allows you to remotely control your desktop by using your
smart device’s built-in sensors.
•
Remote Keyboard & Mouse: Allows you to use your smart device’s touch panel as a
remote keyboard and mouse for your computer.
•.
Capture & Send: Allows you to take screenshots and send them to a smart device.
Using Cloud GO!
1.
On your computer, click Cloud GO! on the Wi-Fi GO! screen.
2.
Click Enter to access your cloud storage accounts.
3.
Log into your Asus WebStorage, Google Drive™ or Dropbox® cloud account then click
Sign In.
Click to open
cloud storage
accounts
Click a specific
icon to upload,
create folder,
download, delete
or refresh your
cloud accounts
Tick to select
contents
Click to go
back to Wi-Fi
GO! window
Click to go back to the
previous screen
Click to
synchronize
your files to
other cloud
accounts or
create a back
up to your local
drive
•
To access your cloud files from your smart device, ensure that you log into your cloud
accounts on your computer.
•
Due to the cloud storage limitation, you can only upload or synchronize files with a
maximum size of 100 MB.
•
Ensure to set the correct system time of your computer for the Cloud GO! to work
properly.
•
When you synchronize the files, they will automatically synchronize under the Wi-Fi
GO! folder of each cloud storage. For the backed up files, you can find them in
Favorites folder of your local drive.
Using Remote Desktop
1.
On your smart device, tap Remote Desktop > Enter.
2.
Select Extended Mode or Main Screen Mode to control your computer.
The Extended Mode support varies with the VGA driver installed in your computer.
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Using DLNA Media Hub
To stream media files to a DLNA display, enable the remote control functions in your
Windows Media Player. To do this, launch Windows Media Player, click Stream then tick
Allow remote control of my Player and Automatically allow devices to play my media.
Using DLNA Media Hub on the computer
On your computer, click DLNA Media Hub then click Enter.
Click to select media file type
Click to edit the playlist
Click to select
receiver
Tick to select
source location
Media files pane
Displays the
target receiver’s
name and
the media file
currently playing
Click to go
back to Wi-Fi
GO! window
Click to go back to
previous screen
Using DLNA Media Hub on the smart device
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1.
On your smart device, tap DLNA Media Hub.
2.
Select and tap the receiver name.
3.
Tap Enter to remotely control your computer.
Using File Transfer
Click to set
a destination
path for file
transfers from
smart device to
computer
Click to go
back to Wi-Fi
GO! window
Click to go back to the
previous screen
Click to transfer files
Transferring files from your computer to your smart device
To transfer files from your computer to your smart device, right-click the file then click Send
to > [Device name]. After the file transfer is complete, click OK.
Ensure to enable File Transfer in your smart device to receive files from your computer.
Transferring files from your smart device to your computer
To transfer files from your smart device to your computer, tap File Transfer then tap Enter.
Tick the file that you want to transfer then click Send.
•
When transferring files from your computer to your iOS device, you can only receive
files in PNG, BMP, JPG, GIF, and TIFF formats.
•
To receive files on your iOS devices, go to Settings > Privacy > Photos then turn the
Wi-Fi GO! & NFC Remote on.
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Using Smart Sensor Control
1.
On your computer, click Smart Sensor Control on the Wi-Fi GO! window.
2.
Click Camera to take pictures or record videos.
Ensure to enable the Smart Sensor Control on your smart device to enable the smart
device’s camera.
Click to record
videos
Click to take
pictures
Click to go
back to Wi-Fi
GO! window
Click to go back to the
previous screen
The files are automatically saved in the smart device’s local storage.
On smart device
Tap Smart Sensor Control on the Wi-Fi GO! & NFC Remote menu.
Click to enable
the microphone
function
Tap to enable
the gyroscope
function
Click to select the
sound quality
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•
The gyroscope and microphone functions are only supported on Windows® 8.
•
For the microphone function, the quality of the sound depends on the Wi-Fi
environment.
•
For voice control commands, refer to http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows8/using-speech-recognition for more details.
Using Remote Keyboard & Mouse
From your smart device, tap Remote Keyboard & Mouse then tap Enter.
Tick to hold left click function
Tap to set mouse sensitivity
Input field
Mouse tap area
Control keys
Tap to mimic right-click function
Tap to mimic
left-click
function
Tap to scroll up or down
Using Capture & Send
On your computer, click Capture & Send on the Wi-Fi GO! window.
Assign a hot key for capture range
Tick to select
the capture
range to the
assigned hot
key
Click to go
back to Wi-Fi
GO! window
Click to go back to the
previous screen
Ensure to enable Capture & Send in your smart device to receive the screen captures from
your computer.
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RF Equipment Notices
CE: European Community Compliance Statement
The equipment complies with the RF Exposure Requirement 1999/519/EC, Council
Recommendation of 12 July 1999 on the limitation of exposure of the general public to
electromagnetic fields (0–300 GHz). This wireless device complies with the R&TTE Directive.
Wireless Radio Use
This device is restricted to indoor use when operating in the 5.15 to 5.25 GHz frequency
band.
Exposure to Radio Frequency Energy
The radiated output power of the Wi-Fi technology is below the FCC radio frequency
exposure limits. Nevertheless, it is advised to use the wireless equipment in such a manner
that the potential for human contact during normal operation is minimized.
FCC Bluetooth Wireless Compliance
The antenna used with this transmitter must not be colocated or operated in conjunction with
any other antenna or transmitter subject to the conditions of the FCC Grant.
Bluetooth Industry Canada Statement
This Class B device meets all requirements of the Canadian interference-causing equipment
regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la Class B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le
matériel brouilleur du Canada.
NCC: Taiwan Wireless Statement
Japan RF Equipment Statement
KC (RF Equipment)
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