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Olivetti Olipad 100 User manual
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Olivetti S.p.A.
Gruppo Telecom Italia
Via Jervis, 77
Ivrea (TO) - Italy
www.olivetti.com
Date of publication: March 2011
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essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
This product is in compliance with requirements of European Directives
2004/108/EC e 2006/95/EC relating to electromagnetic compatibility and safety of
electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits.
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or their products.
Olivetti disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ..............................................................................................1
INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................5
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS............................................................................................6
SAR (SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE) CERTIFICATION DATA ...................................7
YOUR TABLET PC PROFILE ......................................................................................8
FRONT VIEW .............................................................................................................................8
BOTTOM VIEW ..........................................................................................................................9
TOP VIEW.................................................................................................................................9
LEFT/RIGHT VIEWS .................................................................................................................... 10
CARING FOR YOUR TABLET PC............................................................................. 11
LCD SCREEN .......................................................................................................................... 11
OTHER ACCESSORIES ................................................................................................................. 12
IF WATER ENTERS INSIDE YOUR TABLET PC ..................................................................................... 12
OTHER WARNINGS ................................................................................................................... 12
TRAVELLING WITH YOUR TABLET PC ............................................................................................. 13
GETTING STARTED ................................................................................................ 14
CONNECTING THE POWER ADAPTER ............................................................................................. 14
TURNING ON YOUR TABLET PC.................................................................................................... 15
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FIRST STEPS ........................................................................................................... 16
THE TABLET HOME SCREEN ................................................................................. 18
GET TO KNOW YOUR SYSTEM............................................................................. 19
THE STATUS ICONS ................................................................................................................... 19
HOW TO USE THE TOUCH SCREEN TO ACCESS THE SETTINGS FUNCTION ................................................ 20
SYSTEM SETTINGS ................................................................................................ 21
NETWORK CONFIGURATION........................................................................................................ 22
WIRELESS CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................................... 23
BLUETOOTH CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................................ 23
BLUETOOTH SETTINGS ............................................................................................................... 24
MOBILE NETWORKS (ONLY FOR MODEL WITH 3G FUNCTION) ............................................................. 25
SOUND .................................................................................................................................. 26
DISPLAY ................................................................................................................................. 27
FAMILY ACCOUNTS .................................................................................................................. 28
LOCATION, DATE AND TIME ....................................................................................................... 29
STORAGE ............................................................................................................................... 30
SECURITY................................................................................................................................ 31
APPLICATIONS ......................................................................................................................... 32
LANGUAGE & KEYBOARD .......................................................................................................... 33
BATTERY USE .......................................................................................................................... 34
ABOUT TABLET ........................................................................................................................ 35
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COMMUNICATIONS .............................................................................................. 36
BROWSER ............................................................................................................................... 36
CONTACTS ............................................................................................................................. 37
Insert New Contact .............................................................................................................................. 37
Import contacts.................................................................................................................................... 37
EMAIL - SETUP AN ACCOUNT ...................................................................................................... 38
Configuring an Exchange account........................................................................................................ 39
FUN ........................................................................................................................ 40
PHOTOS ................................................................................................................................. 40
MUSIC................................................................................................................................... 42
VIDEOS .................................................................................................................................. 43
CAMERA ................................................................................................................................ 44
UPDATING THE TABLET ........................................................................................ 45
UPDATING AUTOMATICALLY....................................................................................................... 45
UPDATING MANUALLY .............................................................................................................. 46
SYSTEM CONNECTIONS........................................................................................ 47
INSERTING THE SD CARD ........................................................................................................... 47
CONNECTING TO A PC .............................................................................................................. 47
CONNECTING HEADPHONES ....................................................................................................... 48
INSERTING THE SIM CARD.......................................................................................................... 49
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APPENDIX .............................................................................................................. 50
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................. 50
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................ 52
DOCKING STATION (OPTIONAL) .......................................................................... 54
CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................................................ 55
Setting up the Tablet............................................................................................................................ 55
Connecting an HDMI Device ................................................................................................................ 55
Connecting the Power Supply .............................................................................................................. 56
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INSTRUCTIONS
Meanings of icons:
Indicates operations that are forbidden in order to prevent damage to the Tablet PC.
Caution: warnings for operators to avoid potential injury. Please take note and remember.
Important: important information, notes, definitions, general knowledge and references, etc.
Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this manual to refer to entities claiming the marks and names or their
products.
The manufacture disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own.
Information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
Reproduction in any manner without the written permission of the manufacturer is strictly forbidden.
Product images in this manual are for reference purposes only.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. DO NOT stow the Tablet in its case together with small objects that may scratch the LCD Screen or penetrate inside the
Tablet.
2. DO NOT use the Tablet PC in a dirty or dusty environment. Keep the environment clean and dry.
3. DO NOT place the Tablet PC on an uneven or unstable work surface.
4. DO NOT place or drop objects on top of the Tablet PC. DO NOT push any foreign objects into the Tablet PC. DO NOT
cover the LCD Screen with heavy objects.
5. DO NOT expose the Tablet PC to strong magnetic or electrical fields; DO NOT place the floppy disk near or on the Tablet
PC as this may cause loss of floppy disk data.
6. DO NOT leave the Tablet PC in bright sunlight, especially in the car, as this may damage the LCD Screen.
7. SAFE TEMP: This Tablet PC should be used only in environments with an ambient temperature of between 5°C (41°K) and
35°C (95°K).
8. DO NOT expose the Tablet PC to or use it close to liquids, moisture or in rain.
9. DO NOT dispose of the Tablet PC in municipal waste. Check local regulations for disposal of electronic products. Recycle
the Battery Pack and check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
10. VOLTAGE: Refer to the rating label on the Tablet PC and make sure that the Power Adapter complies with the
specifications indicated. Use only attachments or accessories approved by the manufacturer.
11. Before turning on the Tablet PC, check connections between the main unit and attachments.
12. DO NOT use the Tablet PC when eating to avoid soiling the Tablet PC.
13. DO NOT insert anything in the Tablet PC that may cause a short-circuit or damage electric circuits.
14. Switch off the Tablet PC before installing or removing external devices that do not support hot plug-in.
15. Disconnect the Tablet PC from the electrical outlet and keep it out of the reach of children.
16. DO NOT disassemble the Tablet PC. Only a certified service technician should repair your computer. Otherwise, problems
may be caused and the manufacturer shall not be held responsible for any damage.
17. Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
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SAR (SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE) CERTIFICATION DATA
This product complies with EU requirements regarding restriction of exposure of persons to radio-frequency energy (RF)
emitted by telecommunication and radio devices as it is designed and manufactured in such a way as not to exceed the
exposure limits indicated by the Council of the European Union. The permitted SAR limit for the general population is
2.0 W/Kg. This limit guarantees an ample safety margin such as to protect all persons regardless of age and conditions
of health.
SAR tests are carried out using normal operator stations with the device transmitting at its highest certified power limit
in all the frequency bands tested.
During the test, the highest SAR level recorded for this model was equal to 1.96 W/kg.
During normal use, the effective SAR limit of the device may be well below the maximum value as it has been designed
to emit only the radio-frequency energy necessary to transmit the signal to the nearest base station of the network.
The Declaration of Conformity available at the address indicated at the start of this guide demonstrates conformity of
this device with the R&TTE (European Radio & Terminal Telecommunications Equipment) Directive.
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YOUR TABLET PC PROFILE
FRONT VIEW
1
Built-in Camera
2
Search
3
HOME: Press once to display the Home
Screen
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4
MENU: Displays the menu
4
5
BACK: Return to previous screen.
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6
LCD Touch-sensitive Screen:
Touching the screen lightly you can
interact with the system (for example,
to make selections, enable/disable
settings etc.).
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Charge Indicator: Light is red while
battery is charging, green when the
battery is fully charged.
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Light sensor Window: Automatically
adjusts the screen brightness on the
basis of environment lighting levels.
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BOTTOM VIEW
1
2
3
1
Microphone Port
2
SIM card slot (only for models with 3G
capabilities)
3
Docking port
TOP VIEW
VOLUME
1
VOL +/- button
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LEFT/RIGHT VIEWS
1
Power button
2
Micro SD Port
3
USB (USB2.0) Port
4
Mini-USB Port
5
Speakers
6
Headphone Jack
7
Power Jack
8
Speakers
1
2
3
4
5
7
DC 12V IN
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8
The USB device must be inserted oriented correctly. Forced insertion may cause damage.
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CARING FOR YOUR TABLET PC
The Tablet PC is precision-engineered; incorrect operation may damage the device.
LCD SCREEN
The LCD Screen, made of thin glass, is the most delicate component of the Tablet PC and may be damaged by any
sudden external impact. DO NOT scratch the cover of the Tablet PC as scoring of the cover cannot be removed.
• DO NOT place heavy objects on the LCD Screen as this may damage it.
• DO NOT drop or place heavy objects on the LCD Screen.
• DO NOT scratch the LCD Screen with your fingernails or hard objects.
• Use a soft, lint-free cloth to clean your Tablet PC, wiping the LCD Screen gently so as not to damage it.
• DO NOT use chemical cleaning fluids to clean the LCD Screen.
• The LCD Screen MUST NOT come into contact with hard objects (e.g.: buttons, watch-straps).
• Use a soft, dry, lint-free cloth to wipe the LCD Screen gently. DO NOT try to wipe the LCD Screen directly with your
hand.
• DO NOT spill liquids inside the Tablet PC as the components may be damaged.
DO NOT clean the Touch Pad applying or spraying acidic cleaning fluids directly onto the Tablet PC.
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OTHER ACCESSORIES
Follow the steps below before cleaning your Tablet PC and accessories.
1. Turn off the Tablet PC. Disconnect your Tablet PC and all external devices from their electrical outlets.
2. Moisten a soft, lint-free cloth with water and wipe the surface of the Tablet PC gently. DO NOT allow liquids to
penetrate inside the Tablet PC otherwise a short-circuit could occur with resulting damage.
IF WATER ENTERS INSIDE YOUR TABLET PC
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DO NOT turn on the Tablet PC immediately.
Disconnect the power cord, if connected, and turn off the Tablet PC.
Drain the water from the Tablet PC. Use soft damp cloth to wipe carefully the surface of the Tablet PC.
Use a fan to dry the Tablet PC and accessories, then send it to the service centre for advice.
DO NOT use a hair dryer to dry the Tablet PC as it may be distorted by high temperatures.
DO NOT place the Tablet PC back into the wet carrying case.
Switch the Tablet PC on again when it is completely dry.
OTHER WARNINGS
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DO NOT expose the Tablet PC to high temperatures for long periods, especially in the car, as the various
components could become distorted.
Periodically make back-ups of its data.
Periodically upgrade/update the hardware and software so as to ensure that the Tablet PC maintains compatibility
and reliability.
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TRAVELLING WITH YOUR TABLET PC
Turn off the Tablet PC and disconnect all cables before moving it. Carry out the following steps if you intend to travel
with your Tablet PC.
1. Turn off the Tablet PC and disconnect it from electrical outlets.
2. Before travelling, place the Tablet PC in its carrying case to protect it from dust, water, shock and scratches.
3. Check that you have packed the AC Adapter, power cords, manual and Warranty card with you. DO NOT forget the
passwords of your Tablet PC.
4. Check the voltages used in the countries you plan to visit. Your Tablet PC comes with a universal AC-DC adapter so
you only need to buy the different power cords for connection to the different types of outlet. Sometimes hotels
provide universal outlets that are suitable for the power cord provided with your Tablet PC.
When driving in your car, DO NOT leave the Tablet PC exposed to the sun. Place it in a cool, shady area.
The connection between the Internet and your Tablet PC is interrupted when the system switches to stand-by
mode.
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GETTING STARTED
CONNECTING THE POWER ADAPTER
The Tablet PC comes with a universal AC-DC adapter that supports an input voltage between 100V and 240V. The
procedure for connecting the adapter is indicated below:
1. Take the adapter and the plug, then push the plug into the socket until it clicks into place.
2. Plug the DC end of the adapter into the power jack of the Tablet PC.
3. Insert the AC end into the wall electrical outlet
4. Check that the connections above are correct before turning on the Tablet PC.
Your Tablet PC and accessories may differ
from those shown.
AC100 240V
DC 12V IN
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TURNING ON YOUR TABLET PC
Press the POWER button to turn on the Tablet PC. To turn off the Tablet PC, press the POWER button once and select
“Power Off” from the pop-up menu.
Press the Power button for 4 seconds to turn the device off forcibly if the system remains blocked.
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FIRST STEPS
The first time you turn on the tablet, the initial screen below appears.
1. Read the License Agreement and confirm by selecting Accept to
continue.
3. Select the Position, Date and Time. Select Next to confirm.
2. Select the language desired from the list of languages available
and select Next to confirm.
4. The device searches for wireless networks, displaying the list of
those available. To access the Wi-Fi network, enter the
connection parameters and confirm with Next.
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5. Set the User Profiles and then confirm with Done.
6. Initial configuration of the device is complete and you can now
use all its functionalities..
Note: During the initial configuration phase, selecting Previous you can return to the previous screen page to modify settings
entered previously.
All settings configured during the first configuration phase can be subsequently modified from Settings by selecting the
icon.
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THE TABLET HOME SCREEN
The first time you turn on the tablet, you must unlock it by dragging the lock icon towards the top-corner of screen to access the Home
screen. The Home screen offers three portlets containing dynamic contents. Applications can be launched simply by touching them.
1. The Home screen displayed at the end of initial configuration is
shown below.
From this screen you can access all the main applications available
on the Tablet by simply selecting the related icon at the bottom.
2. Tapping the display, using the right or left scrolling function, you
can access the screen page with the other applications provided
by the Tablet.
Easy-to-read initial screen with three windows (portlets) and a bar for favourite applications:
- scrolling from left to right you can view other screens;
- pressing "Other", you can display other applications with "garage door" type animations;
- dragging and inserting new application icons into the portlets.
Note: Not all applications can display dynamic information when dragged into the portlets.
Add applications
Applications can be added by purchasing them directly from the online shop (market store), accessed by selecting
the
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icon. The market store provides also free applications.
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GET TO KNOW YOUR SYSTEM
THE STATUS ICONS
The status icons at the top right of the screen are always active, and indicate:
− the current time
− the presence of messages to be read
− battery charge status if you are using the internal battery, or are connected to the
mains supply
− availability of Wi-Fi network, and current connections to it
− availability of mobile network (e.g. 3G systems) and current connections to it.
Note: This tablet comes with an automatic software update service. Please check for the
existence of updates by pressing the icon
and following the instructions on
the screen. This will allow you to have the latest software updates.
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HOW TO USE THE TOUCH SCREEN TO ACCESS THE SETTINGS FUNCTION
You can use the Setup function to change the configurations of your Tablet PC. You can access the various functions through touchscreen interactions with a system of submenus.
1
Example:
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3
1 Select the item you require. The related
submenu opens to the right of the selected
item.
2 To return to the previous menu, or to one of
the menus open, select its title at the top of
the menu you want to access.
3 If a number of menus are present, you can
press the BACK
previous menu.
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key to return to the
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
To access the configuration menu, select the
icon.
All the settings available are listed on the left
(touching the display, using the up or down
scroll function, you can display the items in the
Settings menu).
General information about the device is
displayed at the centre of the screen: Wi-Fi
status, 3G status, battery charge and memory
used.
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NETWORK CONFIGURATION
This guide helps you configure your wireless, Bluetooth and mobile network settings for connection to the Internet.
To access the network configuration menu,
icon.
select the
Then select Wireless & networks to
enable/disable the Wi-Fi network, set up the
Wi-Fi connection or enable/disable
Bluetooth.
Airplane Mode
If this mode is enabled, the wireless connection e.g. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and so on, is disabled.
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WIRELESS CONNECTIONS
BLUETOOTH CONNECTIONS
1. Click “Wi-Fi” to turn on the Wi-Fi device, then click “Wi-Fi
Settings” to perform the configuration.
2. Execute the automatic search and, from the list of networks
available, choose the one you want. Click “Connect” to
connect automatically to the network set up in the “Wi-Fi
Settings” menu. Enter the password for the network.
1.
A Wi-Fi network can also be added manually using the option
“Add Wi-Fi network”, entering the SSID for the network and the
related security settings.
Note: If you want to be notified when an open network is available,
make sure that the “Network notification” checkbox is ticked.
Before this step, turn on your Bluetooth device
(mobile phone, Bluetooth earphone etc.,) and make
sure the device is within field of reception (approx. 10
metres).
Bluetooth: to turn on or off the Bluetooth switch.
Device name: to define a name for the Bluetooth device.
Available: to allow the Bluetooth device to be detected by
other devices.
Scan for devices: to start searching for remote Bluetooth
devices.
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Click “Bluetooth” to activate the Bluetooth device, and click
“Bluetooth Settings” to configure it.
Click “Scan for devices”, connect the device and carry out
other functions after pairing the two devices.
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BLUETOOTH SETTINGS
Bluetooth allows you to exchange files between the local and remote devices.
Pairing Devices
1. Press the button to turn on/off Bluetooth.
2. Select the Bluetooth settings and tick “Discoverable”.
3. Scan the network to find other accessible devices and select the one you require.
4. Wait for recognition and, if requested, enter the password (the default password is usually “0000”). Confirm by
selecting OK.
5. The connection with the device is now established.
To send a file to a remote device
1. Carry out pairing, select a file on the local device using the File Explorer application and select the “Send” option
using Bluetooth.
2. The Tablet displays a setup screen containing a list of the remote devices.
3. Select the device you want and the corresponding item.
To receive a file from a remote device
1. Carry out pairing between the Bluetooth devices.
2. Make sure that “Discoverable” is still active (it disactivates automatically after 2 minutes).
3. Select a file on the remote device and send it to the local device via Bluetooth. A message appears (see message icon
at top right) indicating an incoming file.
4. Confirm reception of the file and transfer starts.
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MOBILE NETWORKS (ONLY FOR MODEL WITH 3G FUNCTION)
To access the network configuration menu, select the
icon, followed by selecting Mobile networks.
In the menu for the 3G connection the following
can be enabled:
− data access via a mobile network
− data access in roaming mode.
It is also possible to select the operator and
define the APN (Access Point Name) required for
data exchange.
WARNING :
To obtain the best performance of the device, a data connection must always be active. If the Internet connection is
established via a radio-mobile network (3G), the service cost may be high. All operators offer special rates that permit
low-cost data connections. Make sure your subscription is suitable before using the device for long periods.
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SOUND
Silent mode: to mute all sounds except
media & alarms.
Audible selection: to hear the screen
selection tone.
Volume: to set the volume for warning
notification tones or multimedia
applications.
Select notification tone: to associate a
notification tone to a specific event.
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DISPLAY
Auto-rotate screen: tick the
option to activate the automatic
orientation function when rotating
the Tablet PC.
Auto-brightness: automatically
adjusts screen brightness.
Brightness: allows screen
brightness to be adjusted manually
using the cursor.
Screen timeout: to select the time
lapse after which the screen is
switched off automatically.
The screen switches automatically to standby mode after the number of seconds set without the need for any
command.
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FAMILY ACCOUNTS
To manage user accounts.
Add family member: to insert
new contacts, for example family
members, selecting them from
those available.
Following insertion, they can be
modified and colours associated
with each name.
Select from contacts: to add a
new member from the list of
contacts already present.
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LOCATION, DATE AND TIME
To set the time zone, current
date, date display format, time
and time display format.
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STORAGE
Allows you to check the free space
available on the Tablet or on the
Micro-SD card, and remove safely
and format the SD card.
Shows the amount of total/occupied
memory for every partition of the
internal memory (system archive,
data archive).
If an external memory card is
present, it can be formatted or
enabled for use by the Tablet.
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SECURITY
Using this function, the access
modes can be managed for using
the SIM card (change the PIN of the
SIM card, lock/unlock the device by
PIN request).
The Tablet can also be restored to
the factory default conditions,
erasing all the internal data of the
Tablet.
Note: During this operation, follow
attentively the instructions and
warnings in the dialogue boxes.
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APPLICATIONS
This menu allows you to:
- view new applications downloaded
and remove them if required
- check which services are active on
the Tablet
- display and check the status of the
applications preloaded onto the
Tablet
- set options needed by anyone
developing specific applications for
the Tablet.
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LANGUAGE & KEYBOARD
Allows you to set the language and
other settings related to the virtual
keyboard.
- Ticking the options on the right you
can:
- associate sounds with keys
- use capital letters at the beginning of
a sentence
- correct typing errors
- display hints
- activate functions for automatic
completion
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BATTERY USE
Indicates the percentage of battery being
used by the activities active on the Tablet
such as the display, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Via a submenu, you can regulate the
consumption by modifying the screen
brightness and disabling the integrated
peripherals for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
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ABOUT TABLET
Provides detailed information about
the Tablet, comprising mainly of legal
information, mobile network
information, model serial number and
the versions installed of: Android OS
operating system, TAP UI, Baseband
and the Kernel.
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COMMUNICATIONS
BROWSER
After the network connection is
established, click the Browser icon
to surf the network, or click the
Bookmarks icon to view
straightaway the web site desired.
Click the icon at top right
to
enter the configuration menu.
Note: The functionalities available
are those used by the main browsers
available on the market, the only
difference being the use in “touch”
mode (via the touch screen).
Sites containing a lot of graphics require more time for loading and may slow down internet surfing.
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CONTACTS
Insert New Contact
Import contacts
1. From the Contacts environment, select “New contact”. A screen
page is displayed asking you to enter the data for the new
contact.
2. Touch the area related to the item you want to modify. At the
bottom of the screen a keyboard is displayed to allow you to
enter the letters and numbers desired.
3. Fill in all the parts required for the contact (by scrolling
downwards other fields may be visible at the bottom). At the
end, touch the “Save” key.
1. From the Contacts environment, select “Import contact”.
A screen page is displayed in which you can enter the
address of the account from which you want to retrieve
the contacts.
Note: Contacts can be imported only if an Internet connection
is active and the contacts are imported only from the addressbook associated with a Gmail account present on the Internet.
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EMAIL - SETUP AN ACCOUNT
1. Select Add Account.
2. Enter the user data and password and press the “Next”
button.
3. Select the type of server for the incoming post e.g. POP3, and
at the end select the “Save” button.
Make sure to enter correctly the names of the servers
for the incoming and outgoing post.
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Configuring an Exchange account
Set up an account to access services using the Exchange protocol (refer to previous screens):
1. Using the virtual, on-screen, keyboard, enter the email address and email password then click “Next”;
2. Select the type of incoming server such as Exchange (Microsoft Exchange);
3. Select “Synchronise” at the bottom, and tick the “Contacts” and “Calendars” options;
4. Save the settings and wait until the Tablet performs the checks and saves the configuration data.
This configuration creates an Exchange account and imports the contacts and appointments associated with the
Exchange account indicated.
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FUN
PHOTOS
This application allows easy access to all the images stored on the Tablet (internal memory) and on the SD memory card
(external memory), and allows images to be imported from your Picasa account.
Note: the user must already be the owner of a Picasa account or create one using the Picasa web site.
The application allows you to display the
pictures on the Tablet PC.
To view a given picture, select it from the
screen, or start a slideshow presentation by
clicking Slideshow at the screen bottom
left.
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Viewing a photo album
Selecting an album, the contents are
displayed and you can perform certain
operations on the images.
Slideshow: to view the pictures in the
album as a slideshow;
Rotate: rotate the picture to the left or to
the right;
Delete: delete the current picture;
Send to mail: to send the picture to an email address.
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MUSIC
With this application, you can display and play a musical album.
The multimedia contents can be viewed
according to Artists, Albums, Songs and
Playlists.
The players provide the standard functions:
play, stop, pause, forwards, backwards.
plays the selected songs in random
order;
repeats a song.
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VIDEOS
In this environment you can view the videos stored on the internal memory or on the external memory card.
Select the film/video you want to view.
The players provide the standard functions:
play, stop and pause. Using a cursor you can
scroll quickly through the film.
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CAMERA
This environment allows you to use the built-in camera to take photos and/or record a film.
selects photo mode.
selects recording mode (film).
displays a miniature of the photo taken
or video recorded. Simply clicking the
miniature you can play the video or view the
photo.
press this key to take the photo or to
start recording a film.
Note: a zoom function is available by
touching the right side of the screen
dedicated to registering photos/videos.
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UPDATING THE TABLET
Periodically software updates are available for the Tablet to guarantee optimised operation. Updating can be performed
as described below.
UPDATING AUTOMATICALLY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Periodically, the system checks if any
updates are available on the server.
If the result is positive, a message
appears in the notifications icon (see
top right).
Select “a new update is available”.
Follow the instructions shown on the
screen and proceed with the
updating.
When requested, press the
“Update” button.
Execute the updating by pressing the
“Apply update” button
Wait until updating is completed,
then restart the machine.
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UPDATING MANUALLY
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6.
7.
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You can check if software updates are
present manually by selecting the Update
application icon
.
If updates are available, a screen is
displayed showing the number of the
update version available. You can proceed
with updating by pressing the “Download
update” button or otherwise cancel the
operation pressing the “Cancel” key.
Press “Download update” to proceed with
the update.
Follow the instructions on the screen and
continue with the update.
When requested, press the “Update”
button.
Execute the updating by pressing the
“Apply update” button.
Wait until updating is complete then
restart the machine.
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SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
INSERTING THE SD CARD
The unit is furnished with a Micro SD Card slot. To insert the card
orient it as shown here on the right:
Micro
CONNECTING TO A PC
The unit is equipped with a mini-USB port which allows you
to connect the unit to a PC. See the figure here for details:
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DC 12V IN
Connect the USB cable to the computer and to the Tablet as
shown in the figure. When a prompt appears on the Tablet
display, select “Activate USB Transfer” and confirm activation.
The computer recognises the Tablet and its memory can now
be accessed from the computer resources.
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CONNECTING HEADPHONES
Headphones can be connected to the Tablet PC.
The speakers are automatically disactivated when external
headphones are connected to the Tablet PC. As an
excessively high volume can damage hearing, turn down
the volume before connecting headphones. You can raise
the volume afterwards to a comfortable level.
DC 12V IN
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INSERTING THE SIM CARD
The unit is furnished with a SIM Card slot. To insert the card, orient it as shown in the following figure.
SIM
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APPENDIX
TROUBLESHOOTING
Q1:How do I turn off the Tablet PC if the system blocks?
A:Press the POWER button and hold 4 or 6 seconds to turn off the Tablet PC.
Q2:How do I check the Tablet PC if it cannot be switched on?
A:
1. The battery could be uncharged, connect the Tablet to an electrical outlet.
2. Make sure that the charge indicator turns on and that the adapter is working correctly.
3. Remove the micro-SD card and any other external device that could be blocking it from working.
Q3:What do I do if water penetrates inside the Tablet PC ?
A:
1. DO NOT turn on the Tablet PC.
2. Disconnect the cable from the electrical outlet so as to turn off the Tablet PC, instead of turning it off using the
POWER button. Disconnect all external devices, then send the Tablet PC to the service centre for advice.
3. DO NOT put the Tablet PC back into the wet carrying case.
Q4:How do I restore factory settings?
A:Click “Setting”---“Security”---“Factory data reset” in the Home menu to restore the system to the factory default
settings.
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Q5:How can I extend the duration of the Battery?
A:
1. Adjust the brightness of the LCD Screen to the correct level using “Brightness”.
2. Turn down the volume.
3. Reduce the timeout value for “Screen timeout”.
Q6: What do I do if the image isn’t clear
A: Check that the lens is clean, if not, clean it with a soft cloth.
Q7: What do I do if the micro-SD card / USB Pen drive cannot be read?
A: Re-insert the device and restart the unit.
Q8:How do I deal with problems related to Bluetooth ”pairing” ?
A: Make sure that the timeout has not elapsed and that the Tablet (and remote device) are still detectable.
Q9: What do I do in the case of light-sensor malfunction?
A: Turn on the “Automatic brightness” function by selecting “Setting”Æ”Display”Æ”Brightness” and ticking the
checkbox “Automatic brightness”.
Q10: What do I do if Bluetooth and 3G are disabled? (only for model with 3G)
A:Check whether “Airplane mode” is enabled, if so, Bluetooth and 3G functions cannot be activated.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Base Specifications
Camera
Processor
NVIDIA Tegra2
Resolution
Memory (#)
1 GB DDR
Bluetooth
Operating System
Android 2.2
Bluetooth Specification
Data Storage
1.3M Pixels
V2.1+ EDR
Video/Audio Features
Mass memory (#)
16GB (max. 32GB)
Audio
Stereo
Nand Flash
512MB
Video
HD Output (supports max.
1080P)
Display
Condition
Size
10.1”
Operating Temperature
5-35 °C
Display Technology
TFT-LCD
Operating Humidity
35%-85%
Resolution
1024X600(WSVGA)
Storage Temperature
-20-55 °C
Storage Humidity
20%-93%
Touch Panel
Type
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Multiple-point Capacitive
Touch Panel
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Power
Adapter
Input: 100-240V AC or 200-240V AC 50/60Hz, 1A;
Output: 12V DC 2A
Output Power (maximum)
≤ 24W
Battery (type)
Built-in Lithium Polymer Battery
Ports
WLAN
Wireless Card: 802.11 b/g/n
Audio Port
Headphone, Speaker and Built-in Microphone port
USB Port
USB (X1), USB 2.0; Mini-USB (X1)
Micro SD Card Port
Supports Micro-SD Card
Physical Features
Dimension
267mm x 173mm x 13.9mm
Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. The # symbol means that the item is optional.
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DOCKING STATION (OPTIONAL)
The optional docking station is used to recharge the Olipad and to provide connectivity.
4
5
3
1
2
1
Power Jack
2
Headphone Jack
3
HDMI Output Port
4
USB Port (USB 2.0)
5
Dock Connector
WARNING:
1) Make sure that the Power Adapter complies with the ratings indicated. Only use manufacturer-approved attachments
and accessories.
2) The USB device can only be inserted in one direction. To avoid damaging it do not attempt to force insertion.
3) Excessively high sound volumes from the earphones and headphones can cause damage to hearing.
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CONNECTIONS
Setting up the Tablet
Insert the docking port on the Tablet into the docking
connector as shown here:
Connecting an HDMI Device
Connect one end of the HDMI cable to
the HDMI port on the Docking station,
and the other end to the HDMI port on
the external device, as shown here.
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Connecting the Power Supply
Connect the power supply before operation.
AC100 240V
Docking Station Technical Specifications
Power Supply
Input: 100-240V AC or 200-240V AC 50/60Hz, 1A;
Output: 12V DC 2A
Ports
USB Port
Audio Port
HDMI Port
USB-A(X2), USB 2.0
Headphone Port
HDMI1.2 Output (Audio)
Physical Specifications
Weight
Approximately 256g
Dimension
120mm x 70mm x 43.2mm (L x W x H)
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