Casio Cassiopeia E-115
Part Number: B000JNC6H8
UPC: 0894685004275, 894685004275
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|dougt||5:22am on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
|A Class of its Own Excellent battery life. Color and screen easy to read. Easy to connect and highly compatible with Windows 98.|
|sternfan||12:28pm on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010|
|I am so glad I finally bought this device after so many months of scrutinising the competitors. See Op See Op|
|Christopher Farley||8:37am on Friday, March 26th, 2010|
|Video, music, good screen, offline internet, notetaking and reminders voice recorder outdated no support for os or model no games, serial port.|
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Getting Started with the CASSIOPEIA
User documentation consists of two manuals: Pocket PC Users Guide and this booklet. Be sure to read this manual first. Be sure to read the Safety Precautions contained in this manual to ensure proper operation of this product. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Microsoft, ActiveSync, Windows, and Windows NT are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. CompactFlash is a registered trademark of SanDisk Corporation. All other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Data can be uploaded from this unit to a personal computer for storage on a hard disk, floppy diskette, or other storage medium. Be sure to make multiple copies of all important data to protect against its accidental loss. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss resulting from the use of this manual. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims by third parties which may arise through the use of this product. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss caused by deletion of data as a result of malfunction, repairs, or battery replacement. Be sure to back up all important data on other media to protect against its loss. The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the express written consent of the manufacturer.
Congratulations upon your selection of the CASSIOPEIA. Be sure to read the following Safety Precautions before trying to use it for the first time. Note All mentions of the unit in the following precautions refer to the CASSIOPEIA.
Markings and Symbols
The following are the meanings of the markings and symbols used in these Safety Precautions. This symbol indicates information that, if ignored or applied incorrectly, creates the danger of death or serious personal injury. This symbol indicates information that, if ignored or applied incorrectly, creates the possibility of death or serious personal injury. This symbol indicates information that, if ignored or applied incorrectly, creates the possibility of personal injury or property damage.
A diagonal line indicates something you should not do. The symbol shown here indicates you should not try to take the unit apart. A black circle indicates something you should do. The symbol shown here indicates you should unplug the unit from the wall outlet.
Health Precautions Warning
Long continuous use of the unit when you are tired is not good for your health, and should be avoided.
Be sure to allow for adequate rest when using the unit for long periods. As a general rule, you should allow for 10 to 15 minutes of rest per hour.
Precautions During Use Warning
Continued use of the unit while it is emitting smoke or strange odor creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Immediately turn off power, unplug the AC adapter from the wall outlet, remove batteries, and contact your original dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider to request servicing. Should any foreign matter (metal, water or other liquid) ever get into the unit, immediately turn off power, unplug the AC adapter from the wall outlet, remove batteries, and contact your original dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider to request servicing.
Water and Foreign Matter
Dropping and Damage
Should the unit ever fall or otherwise become damaged, unplug the AC adapter from the power outlet, remove batteries, and contact your original dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider. Continued use creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Never try to take the unit apart or modify it in any way. Doing so creates the danger of fire and electrical shock.
Never expose the battery pack to direct flame, do not throw it into fire, fresh water, or seawater. Doing so can damage the built in safety and protection mechanisms, and cause battery fluid to ignite, creating the danger of fire and explosion. Should fluid from the battery pack ever accidentally get into your eyes, do not rub them. Rinse your eyes with tap water and then consult your physician immediately. If the battery pack does not achieve full charge after the normal charge time, stop charging. Continued charging creates the danger of fire, overheating, and explosion.
Never try to charge backup battery, take it apart, or allow it to become shorted. Do not apply solder to battery or expose it to heat, and never throw battery into fire or water. While the lithium battery is removed from the unit, take care to keep it in a place where there is no danger of it being accidentally swallowed. Be especially careful around young children. Keep batteries out of the reach of young children. If a battery is accidentally swallowed, consult a physician immediately. Should fluid from the battery accidentally get into your eyes, do not rub them. Rinse your eyes with water and then consult your physician immediately.
Misuse of batteries can cause them to leak, which damages and corrodes the area around the battery and creates the danger of fire and personal injury. Be sure to observe the following precautions. When loading batteries, make sure their positive (+) and negative () poles are facing correctly. Remove battery from the unit if you do not plan to use it for a long time. Use only battery types that are specified for this unit.
AC Adapter Warning
Never use a voltage that is different from that for which the AC adapter is rated. Also, do not plug the unit into a power outlet that is shared by other devices. Doing so creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Never modify the power cord or excessively bend, twist, or pull it. Doing so creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Do not allow the power cord to become damaged. Do not place heavy objects on the power cord or expose it to heat. A damaged power cord creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Never touch the AC adapter while your hands are wet. Doing so creates the danger of electrical shock. Should the power cord ever become seriously damaged (internal wiring exposed or shorted), contact your original dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider to request servicing. Continued use of a seriously damaged power cord creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Use only the AC adapter specified for this unit. Use of another type of AC adapter can damage the battery pack and create the danger of fire and personal injury.
Safety Precautions.... 3 Markings and Symbols... 3 Health Precautions... 3 Precautions During Use... 4 Rechargeable Battery Pack... 5 Batteries.... 6 AC Adapter.... 7 Operating Precautions... 8 Terms and Symbols used in this manual... 11 Getting Ready... 12 Initial Setup.... 12 Where to go for information... 13 Operations... 14 General Guide... 14 Using the Stylus.... 16 Recalibrating the Touch Screen... 16 Adjusting Display Contrast.... 17 Adjusting Display Brightness... 17 Adjusting Auto Dimming Settings... 17 Using the Cradle.... 18 To remove the CASSIOPEIA from the cradle.. 19 Connecting the Cradle to a Computer.. 20 Required System Configuration... 20 ActiveSync 3.1 System Requirements... 20 Using the AC Adapter... 22 Infrared Communications... 23 Using a CompactFlash Card... 24 Removing the Card Slot Cover... 25 Replacing the Card Slot Cover... 25 About Modem Cards (U.S. and Canada Only)... 25 About the Digital Camera Card... 26 Software Applications... 26
User Maintenance... 27 Batteries.... 27 Replacing the Main Battery... 28 Replacing the Backup Battery.. 29 Charging the Battery Pack... 31 Resetting the Unit.... 32 Performing a Reset.... 32 Memory Error Message.... 33 Full Reset (Memory Initialize).... 34 Performing a Full Reset.... 34 Errors Following a Full Reset.. 35 Troubleshooting.... 36 Appendix.... 40 Button Operations.... 40 Specifications... 41 Regulatory Information... 42
Terms and Symbols used in this manual
The term unit in this manual refers to the CASSIOPEIA. indicates important information about a procedure The symbol Important that can result in problems if not performed correctly. Be sure to read such information carefully.
After you first unpack your CASSIOPEIA, perform the following initial setup procedure before using it for the first time. 1. Load the main battery (rechargeable battery pack) (page 27). Important Be sure to use the AC Adapter to charge the battery pack before doing anything else. Your CASSIOPEIA will not operate correctly if you load the backup battery before charging the battery pack. 2. Use the AC Adapter to charge the battery pack. 3. Load the backup battery. 4. Press the [Power] button. After a few moments the welcome screen appears. 5. Follow the steps in the Welcome Wizard. 6. When finished, youll see the Today screen. See Pocket PC Basics at the back of Quick Start Guide for information about the Today screen and other Pocket PC Basics. You also need to install ActiveSync before you can communicate with a desktop computer. Important If the touch panel does not respond when you tap it or if nothing appears on the display, try performing a full reset (page 34). If this does not restore proper operation, remove the main battery and the backup battery and wait for about five minutes. Reload the main battery first and then the backup battery, and perform the above procedure again from step 4. If the message A problem with memory contents has been found. appears on the display, perform a full reset (page 34).
Where to go for information.
Your CASSIOPEIA comes with two manuals: this Hardware Manual and a separate Pocket PC Users Guide. Be sure to read the contents of this Hardware Manual first. What should I do after reading this Hardware Manual? Read the Pocket PC Users Guide next to find out about the powerful software features and functions available on the CASSIOPEIA. What should I do if I run into problems? Check the troubleshooting guides on page 36 of this Hardware Manual and in the Pocket PC Users Guide. Where can I find out about the bundled software? Your CASSIOPEIA comes with a collection of standard Pocket PC programs from Microsoft, plus a collection of original programs from CASIO.
s Microsoft Programs See the Pocket PC Users Guide for details on Pocket Outlook (Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Inbox), Pocket Excel, Pocket Word, Pocket Internet Explorer, and Notes from Microsoft. s CASIO Programs See the user documentation (PDF file) on the CASSIOPEIA Applications CD-ROM for information about Menu, Mobile Calendar, Mobile Address Book, Mail Setup Tool, Mobile Camera, Mobile Video Player, and Card Backup Tool.
How can I connect my CASSIOPEIA to a desktop computer? See page 18 of this Hardware Manual for details about how to connect and the type of computer you can connect to. For information on installing ActiveSync, see the booklet accompanying the ActiveSync CD-ROM. For information on using ActiveSync, see ActiveSync Help on the desktop computer. How can I install the software on the CASSIOPEIA Applications CD-ROM? See the documentation contained on the CD-ROM. Important The optionally available modem card mentioned in this and the other manuals is intended for use in the U.S. and Canada only.
Charge indicator (Green) Indicates battery pack is charging. Stylus Card slot
Stereo headphone jack For connection of a commercially available earphone/headphone (3.5mm)
Power button Turns power on and off.
Indicator lamp (Red) Alerts you to alarms and warning.
Start button (Program button, but does not turn on power when pressed while power is off.) Press to display the Start menu.
Touch screen Perform operations and input data by tapping and writing directly on the screen.
Action control See About the [Action] Control on the next page.
Menu (Launcher) Contacts Calendar
Program buttons Press to launch the assigned program. The programs shown here are the initial default settings.
Speaker Record button (Program button) Voice memo recording is activated as long as you hold down this button. Microphone Infrared port
Cursor button Moves the cursor around the screen.
AC adapter terminal
Card lock switch If the inserted card has a lock, this switch locks the card in place so it does not come out accidentally.
Backup battery cover
Main battery cover
Battery cover switch Serial connector Mates with the cradle connector.
About the [Action] Control Operations can be performed by pressing and rotating the [Action] control.
Pressing the [Action] control performs an operation similar to the Enter key of a computer keyboard. Rotating the [Action] control performs operations similar to the up and down arrow keys of a computer keyboard.
See Pocket PC online help for information about using the [Action] control with each application. The text in the online help indicates an [Action] control press operation as Action, and an [Action] control rotate operation as Up/Down control.
Using the Stylus
Data input and virtually all other operations are performed using a stylus, which is housed inside the stylus holder in the higher right corner of the CASSIOPEIA.
The following defines the various operations that you can perform with the stylus. Tap.. Touch the screen once with the stylus to open items and select options. Drag.. Hold the stylus on the screen and drag across the screen to select text and images. Drag in a list to select multiple items. Tap-and-hold. Tap and hold the stylus on an item to see a list of actions available for that item. On the pop-up menu that appears, tap the action you want to perform. Important Take care that you do not misplace or otherwise lose the stylus by always storing it in the stylus holder when you are not using it. Take care to avoid breaking the tip of the stylus. Use only the stylus that comes with the CASSIOPEIA, or some other stylus type instrument* to perform touch screen operations. Never use a pen, pencil, or other sharp writing implement. *(with a soft, blunt point)
Connecting the Cradle to a Computer
The cradle has a serial cable for connection to a personal computer. Connect the end of the cable to a serial port of the computer to which you want to connect. Important See Required System Configuration on page 20 of this Hardware Manual for details on the type of computer system required for use with the cradle. Be sure to turn off the CASSIOPEIA and your computer before connecting the cradle.
The above illustration is one example of possible connection configurations. The location and layout of serial connectors vary from computer to computer. See the documentation that comes with your computer for full details on connecting to its serial ports. The cradle can be connected directly to a 9-pin type serial port, which is the type used by most personal computers. You can also connect to a 25-pin serial port using an adapter. Note that after connecting the cradle to your computer, you also need to make certain ActiveSync settings on your computer to enable data transfers. See the ActiveSync Help for details about setting up and using ActiveSync.
Required System Configuration
The minimum system configuration required for running ActiveSync 3.1 is described below. ActiveSync 3.1 System Requirements Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows NT Workstation 4.0 with Service Pack 3 or greater, or Windows 95/98. (U.S. version) Desktop computer with a Pentium processor for Windows NT (166MHz required for Windows 2000) Desktop computer with a 486/66 DX or higher processor (Pentium P90 recommended) for Windows 95/98
16MB of memory for Windows 95/98 (more memory will give improved performance) or Windows NT Workstation 4.0 (32MB recommended for Windows NT, 64MB recommended for Windows 2000) Hard disk drive with 10 to 50MB of available hard disk space (actual requirements will vary based on selection of features and users current system configuration) Available 9 or 25-pin communications port (adapter required for 25-pin communication port), Infrared port One CD-ROM drive VGA graphics card or compatible video graphics adapter at 256 color or higher Keyboard Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device PC Companion Device Requirements Handheld PC: Windows CE Handheld PC versions 2 and 3 with Windows CE Core System version 2.0 or greater Palm-size PC: All models and versions Pocket PC: All models and versions Options for Windows 2000, Windows NT Workstation 4.0 or Windows 95/98 Audio card/speakers for sound Microsoft Office 95 or Microsoft Office 97 or Microsoft Office 2000 Modem for remote synchronization Ethernet LAN connection for remote synchronization Requirements for Mobile Channels or Mobile Favorites Support Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher. Internet Explorer 5.0 is included on the CD, which requires 56-98MB of hard disk space. Requirements for Microsoft Outlook 2000 Microsoft Outlook 2000 requires 153 MB of disk space for a full installation. 24 MB system RAM recommended. Note Different minimum system requirements are required when using the applications included on the CASSIOPEIA Applications CD-ROM. See the documentation contained on the CD-ROM for full details.
Using a CompactFlash Card
Your CASSIOPEIA supports Type I and Type II CompactFlash cards (3.3V). Important The card slot cover will not close when certain types of cards are in the slot. Remove the card slot cover and keep it in a safe place so you can replace it when you remove the card. Gently but firmly slide the card into place as far as it will go, but do not force it. Forcing a card can damage connectors. If you have problems inserting a card, pull it out and check to make sure it is oriented correctly. We strongly recommend that you store all unsaved data you are inputting or editing before performing this procedure. Sometimes, your CASSIOPEIA may not be able to detect a CompactFlash card. This is indicated when a program on the card does not start up normally. When this happens, remove the card, reinsert it, and then press the CASSIOPEIA RESET button. Your CASSIOPEIA supports 3.3V CompactFlash cards only. Cards that can operate on 5.0V only are not supported. Use of an IO card that requires large amounts of power can cause the CASSIOPEIA to restart when CASSIOPEIA battery power is low. 1. Make sure your CASSIOPEIA is turned off. Press the [Power] button to turn off power. 2. Pressing upward at the point indicated in the illustration, slide the cover up to open it.
Press upward here.
Important Pull the cover out as far as it will go and then swing it open.
3. If there is already a card in the slot, remove it.
4. Slide the card you want to use into the card slot. Make sure the top of the card is facing towards the top of the CASSIOPEIA unit. A card that is not oriented correctly will not slide all the way into the slot.
Carefully slide the card into the slot as far as it will go.
5. Close the card slot cover.
Removing the Card Slot Cover
Remove the card slot cover when using a card that protrudes from the slot when fully inserted. To remove the cover, pull it up part way open, and then slide it from the unit as shown in the illustration below.
Important Handle the cover carefully and do not force it! Using too much force can cause the cover hooks to break off!
Replacing the Card Slot Cover
Reverse the above removal operation to replace the card slot cover.
About Modem Cards (U.S. and Canada Only)
Use of a CompactFlash type modem card (JK-711MC56) lets you use your CASSIOPEIA to access the Internet over an analog dial-up connection. See the documentation that comes with the modem card for information about how to use it. Important Check to make sure that the battery pack is charged before using the modem card. Low battery power can cause sudden interruption of communications, unstable communications, and loss of data.
About the Digital Camera Card
Installing the optionally available CompactFlash type digital camera card (JK-710DC) makes it possible for your CASSIOPEIA to record and playback both movies and snapshots. For full details on how to use the digital camera card, see the documentation that comes with it. Important Do not install the Mobile Camera application from the CD-ROM that comes with the digital camera card (JK-710DC)! Your CASSIOPEIA will not operate properly with this version of Mobile Camera. When using the optionally available digital camera card (JK-710DC), be sure to install the Mobile Camera application from the CD-ROM that comes bundled with your CASSIOPEIA.
Software applications are available for purchase from Microsoft and third parties who support Windows CE. For details on commercially available software applications, contact your local retailer or visit the Microsoft Web site at http://www.microsoft.com. Your Pocket PC also comes with a CASSIOPEIA Application CD-ROM that contains a number of useful applications. Note that you must install the applications you need from the CD-ROM before you can use them. See the documentation contained on the CD-ROM for details on using the software applications. Important Whenever purchasing software applications, always double-check to make sure that it is compatible with the CASSIOPEIA. Some applications written for a Palm-size PC (Windows CE 2.11) may not run on a Pocket PC. Contact the producer of the application for information about an upgrade to the Pocket PC version.
Your CASSIOPEIA is powered by a dual power supply that consists of a main battery (rechargeable battery pack) and a backup battery (CR2032 lithium battery). We recommend that you use the Power dialog box to keep informed about the current levels of your main and backup batteries. See the separate Pocket PC Users Guide and Pocket PC online help for more information about this dialog box. Icons appear in the Taskbar to let you know when battery power is low. See the separate Pocket PC Users Guide for more information about these icons. Important The following messages appear whenever battery power drops below a certain level. Main Battery Recharge the battery pack as soon as possible after the following message appears. Main Batteries Very Low To prevent possible data loss, replace or recharge your main batteries according to the owners manual. Backup Battery Replace the backup battery as soon as possible after the following message appears. Backup Battery Very Low To prevent possible data loss, replace or recharge your backup battery according to the owners manual. Data stored in memory can be lost if you continue operation after the low battery message appears or if you incorrectly load batteries. Be sure to always back up important data on your desktop computer hard disk or on a CompactFlash memory card. See ActiveSync help for information about backing up files to a desktop computer. See the Card Backup Tool manual (PDF file) on the CASSIOPEIA Application CDROM for information about backing up data to a CompactFlash memory card for information about using the Card Backup Tool program to back up data to a CompactFlash memory card. Never remove the main battery and backup battery from the CASSIOPEIA at the same time. Doing so causes all data stored in memory to be deleted. Should the main battery and the backup battery both require replacement, be sure to always replace the main battery first. Use the rechargeable battery pack for the main battery and a CR2032 lithium battery for the backup battery. Never use any other type of batteries.
1. Make sure your CASSIOPEIA is turned off. Press the [Power] button to turn off power. 2. Turn the CASSIOPEIA over. 3. Slide the battery cover switch to BACK UP, and then remove the backup battery cover.
Battery cover switch
4. Remove the old battery. 5. Wipe off a new lithium battery (CR2032) with a dry cloth, and load it into the CASSIOPEIA.
Make sure the positive side is facing up, so you can see it.
6. Replace the backup battery cover. 7. Slide the battery cover switch back to LOCK.
Charging the Battery Pack
1. Install the battery pack into the CASSIOPEIA. 2. Attach the AC adapter to the cradle and place the CASSIOPEIA onto the cradle.
Charging starts automatically as soon as you place the CASSIOPEIA onto the cradle. The charge indicator is green while charging is in progress. It goes out when charging is complete. It takes about five or six hours to reach full charge. You can use your CASSIOPEIA while the battery pack is charging. Important Do not use the CASSIOPEIA while it is charging for the first time after you purchased it or for the first time after you installed a newly purchased battery pack. If the battery pack does not achieve full charge after the normal charge time, remove the CASSIOPEIA or unplug the AC adapter from the cradle to stop charging. Remove the CASSIOPEIA from the cradle after charging is complete. The following illustration shows how to connect the AC adapter directly to the CASSIOPEIA for charging.
Charging starts automatically as soon as you attach the AC adapter to the CASSIOPEIA. Direct connection charging conditions are the same as those described for cradle charging above.
Resetting the Unit
Reset is similar to a computer reboot. Performing a reset deletes any data that is in the process of being input or edited, without yet being saved. Data stored in memory and all settings, however, are retained. Perform the reset operation whenever the unit fails to operate correctly due to operational error or some other abnormality. Any of the following symptoms indicate that reset is required. Failure of the unit to respond when the screen is tapped or a button is pressed The hourglass icon remaining on the screen
Performing a Reset
1. Use the stylus to press the RESET button. The unit performs a reset followed by a memory check operation. If no data error is found, the following two screens appear on the display in succession. Startup screen Desktop 2. Normal unit operation is possible after the desktop appears. Memory data and settings are retained when you reset the Pocket PC. Important If the above operation does not solve the problem, perform a full reset (memory initialize, page 34).
Performing a Full Reset
Important The following procedure deletes all data in memory. Be sure that data is backed up or that you no longer need it before performing the following procedure. If there is a CompactFlash card in the CASSIOPEIAs slot, remove the card before performing the full reset. 1. Make sure that unit power is turned on. 2. While holding down the [Power] button, use the stylus to hold down the RESET button for about two seconds. This causes the following message to appear on the display screen. Proceeding with this operation initializes memory. Press [Action] to proceed or [Start] to cancel. 3. Press the [Action] control. This causes the following message to appear on the display screen. Proceeding with this operation deletes all data stored in memory. Press [Action] to proceed or [Start] to cancel. 4. Press the [Action] control again. This starts the full reset operation, which deletes all data in memory. Pressing the [Action] control displays the Startup screen. Perform steps 5 through 6 under Initial Setup on page 12 to set up the unit. You can abort the full reset operation while the messages in steps 2 and 3 are on the display by pressing the [Start] button.
Errors Following a Full Reset
Either of the following two conditions can cause errors to continue, even after you perform a full reset. Hardware defect System problem caused by failure by you to correctly perform the reset procedure before using the unit for the first time If you suspect that the problem is being caused because you did not properly reset the unit before using it for the first time, perform the procedure on page 39 of this manual. This should correct the problem.
Before assuming malfunction and contacting your service provider when experiencing operational problems, be sure to check the following information as well as the troubleshooting section of the Pocket PC Users Guide first. Nothing happens when the [Power] button is pressed. Possible Cause Main battery is weak. Internal malfunction Recommended Action Charge the battery pack. Reset the unit. If resetting the unit does not correct the problem, perform a full reset (memory initialize).* Page 34
Operation is disabled when the AC adapter is connected. Possible Cause Main battery is weak. The unit is not mounted on the cradle correctly. Recommended Action Charge the battery pack. Mount the unit on the cradle correctly. Page 31 18
Replacing the main battery caused malfunction. Possible Cause Main battery is not loaded correctly. Recommended Action Remove and then reload the main battery. Make sure the positive (+) and negative () poles are oriented correctly. Perform a full reset (memory initialize).* If the above action does not solve the problem, remove the main battery and contact your original dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider. Page 28
The battery replacement procedure was not followed correctly.
Rechargeable battery pack life is very short after each charge. Possible Cause Battery pack is damaged or has reached the end of its service life. Recommended Action Purchase a new battery pack. Page
The low backup battery message continues to appear even after replacement of the backup battery. Possible Cause The backup battery is upside down. Recommended Action Remove the backup battery, turn it over, and reload it. Remove the backup battery, and reload it. Turn power off and then back on again. Page 29
The backup battery was loaded before the main battery. Power was left on while the battery pack was replaced.
Nothing happens when the touch screen is touched. Possible Cause The touch screen is out of calibration. Static electricity or some other problem has caused the touch screen to malfunction. The touch screen is damaged. Recommended Action Recalibrating the touch screen. Reset the unit. Page 16 32
Contact your original dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider.
The screen is locked up. Possible Cause Internal malfunction Recommended Action Reset the unit. If resetting the unit does not correct the problem, perform a full reset (memory initialize).* A message about a data error is on the screen. Possible Cause Internal malfunction Recommended Action Follow the instructions that appear on the screen. Page Page 32 34
* Perform the procedure on page 39 when the full reset (memory initialize) does not correct the problem.
Perform the following procedure if your CASSIOPEIA remains locked up even after you perform a full reset. Important The following operation deletes all data in CASSIOPEIA memory. If you previously backed up your CASSIOPEIA data to your desktop computer hard disk or a CompactFlash memory card, you will be able to restore the data after performing the following operation. If backed up data includes data that is the cause of the original problem, your CASSIOPEIA may start malfunctioning again after data is restored. In this case, you will not be able to use the backed up data. To protect against backing up corrupted data that can cause problems when restored, first synchronize Pocket Outlook program data between your CASSIOPEIA and desktop computer. Next, use drag and drop to copy other files to you computer. See ActiveSync help for information about synchronizing data and copying files. 1. Remove both the main battery and the backup battery from the CASSIOPEIA. 2. Wait for about five minutes. 3. Reload the main battery. Be sure to load the main battery first. The CASSIOPEIA will not operate properly if you load the backup battery first. If you inadvertently load the backup battery first, start over from step 1 above. 4. Attach the AC adapter and charge the battery pack. 5. Reload the backup battery. 6. Make sure the battery cover switch is in the LOCK position. 7. Wait for about five seconds and then press the [Power] button to turn on your CASSIOPEIA. Turning on power displays the startup screen, following by the touch panel calibration screen. 8. Follow the instructions that appear on the screen to make initial settings. 9. After setting up your CASSIOPEIA, turn it off. After completing the above procedure, you can restore data you have backed up on your desktop computer hard disk or CompactFlash memory card. See ActiveSync help for information about restoring backed up. See the separate Pocket PC Users Guide for information about using the Card Backup Tool program to restore data from a CompactFlash memory card. If your CASSIOPEIA does not operate correctly, contact your original dealer or your nearest authorized CASIO service provider.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Proper connectors must be used for connection to host computer and/or peripherals in order to meet FCC emission limits. Connector.. E-115 unit to Cradle Connector cable that comes with E-115.. E-115 unit to desktop computer Declaration of Conformity Model Number: E-115 Trade Name: CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. Responsible party: CASIO, INC. Address: 570 MT. PLEASANT AVENUE, DOVER, NEW JERSEY 07801 Telephone number: 973-361-5400 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
CASIO ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. Unit 6, 1000 North Circular Road London NW2 7JD, U.K.
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
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Handheld Computers: Which One?
Editorial Staff The word today in information technology is anything mobile. Nothing exemplifies more elegantly the synthesis of mobility and advanced computing than handheld computers (often called pocket PCs). The top models are capable of amazing color graphics, managing large amounts of data, voice recording and prt--porter wireless modems. Plus handhelds are great fun, even for the most serious egghead. The competition in the handheld market is intense. Companies are constantly generating new models with added capabilities, but the rapid changes can sometimes be downright confusing to the average consumer. display. Color display The more complex the applications, the more color will make a difference. Color screens add at least $100 to the cost for most models. modem. Internal or external modem Need to be constantly connected? Wireless modem attachments can be expensive ($300-500), but wired ones are more reasonable ($100). Be sure to factor in monthly charges for wireless modem service as well. capability. Expansion capability If accessories like detachable keyboards are important to you, be sure that the device has ample expansion slots to meet your needs. Compatibility. Compatibilit Does the operating system (OS) on your new device work with the OS of coworkers, friends and your other PC systems? Software. Is it critical to receive emails with attachments, Software write Word documents or have other specialized software? Does the device run Palm or Microsoft Pocket PC OS? How does that work with your PC system? Other key factors to consider include amount of battery use (for cost and environmental concerns), appearance, warranties and facility of installation, upgrades and maintenance. Of course price is often the final determinant, so many companies have payment plans to ease the financial burden of the pricier models.
When thinking about purchasing a handheld, the best way to narrow down the field is to realistically assess your lifestyle. Do you, like most of us, spend the day tethered to a PC in an office setting that is already equipped with email and Internet? Or are you on the road a few days out of the week, rushing in and out of airports? Consider all the forms of communication you use, including phone, email and fax, and then assess what gaps a handheld would really satisfy your communications needs. It is important to get a sense of where the device belongs in your daily life. On that basis, you need to decide on what features are important and assess the financial and technical implications. Here are some of the key device features:
A Handheld Above The Rest
Although by no means exhaustive, the list below summarizes seven top handheld computers on the market, as compiled by ZDNet Reviews, which should provide an overall sense of the choices available in handhelds: Casio Cassiopeia E-115 (600$). The E-115 has the capacity to display an amazing 64,000 colors. It possesses 32 MB RAM, a 131 MHz processor, uses Microsofts Pocket PC system and weighs about 9oz. Its design is somewhat awkward and bottom-heavy, and it is not capable of wireless connectivity bundles like many of its competitors. However, the E-115 does have the option to attach a digital camera component ($300). http://www.casio-usa.com/
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Compaq iPAQ Pocket PC ($500). True to Compaqs signature lines, this is one of the classiest designs on the market. It is on average $100 cheaper than most handhelds, but has similar specifications such as 32 MB RAM, 206 MHz processing speed and has a color screen (but only supports 4,000 colors). Most reviews rave about its clarity of color and versatile screen lighting. The main drawback about the iPAQ is that it does not come with an expansion portal, so an extra expansion package must be purchased. http://www5.compaq.com/products/handhelds/ HP Jornada 545 ($500). The Jornada is a sleek model that features more software options than many of its peers. It uses Microsofts Pocket PC OS, which offers an alternative to the Palm OS. The Jornada is often recommended for office use because it relies heavily on the MS system and has good software for settings and configuration. It supports 4,000 colors, has 16 MB RAM and 133 MHz processing speed. http://www.hp.com/jornada Handspring Visor Deluxe ($250). One is immediately struck by the Visors translucent casing, which is quite distinctive. The Visor has 8 MB RAM, 16 MHz processing speed and a monochrome display. The interesting feature about the Visor is that any Springboard extension such as a digital camera or modem can work automatically with the device. Springboard expansions for the Visor are expected to bring MP3 (sound technology), voice recording and GPS (Global Positioning System) soon. http://www.handspring.com/ Palm IIIc ($450). The first Palm to boast a color screen, the IIIc is similar to the Handspring Visor, but at much greater cost. It features 8 MB RAM, a 20 MHz processor and a color screen, which unfortunately uses batteries quickly. It is compatible will all Palm attachments and receives high ratings from users for facility of use. http://www.palm.com/ Palm Vx ($400). The Palm Vx, when equipped with its OmniSky Option ($300 for the device, $39.99/month for service), is one of the best wireless computers on the market. The OmniSky system offers broad content that allows users to access travel, weather, email and other web information from most major cities. The Vx also has a slender look and sharp pewter-colored casing. It comes with 8MB RAM and a 20 MHz processor, but does not have a color screen. Palm VII ($450). The Palm VII is considered one of the easiest wireless devices to use and features some of the best integrated access technology. Although the VII offers excellent web browsing, it will not be like PC browsing since there is only limited access to standard HTML sites. It has 2 MB RAM, 16 MHz processing speed and a monochrome screen. It is compatible with all Palm software and accessories. Psion Diamond Mako (or Psion Revo Plus in Europe) ($400). Psions Mako is a European invention. It uses Symbians EPOC OS software instead of the usual Palm or Microsoft OS. The Mako is a light device, weighing less than the Cassiopeia E-115 or the HP Jornada. It has 16 MB RAM and a 36 MHz processor. The Mako is distinct with its fold out structure (like a book) that features a keyboard for easy data entry, rather than the clamshell style that is popular in the U.S. With the proper attachment, the EPOC system is capable of extensive web browsing, but it is difficult to find EPOC versions of applications in the many handheld-focused web sites like Vindigo or AvantGo. http://www.psioninc.com/
Choose Based on What Is Practical
The amount of information to digest is immense when comparison-shopping for handhelds. Few people truly understand the technical applications and often end up being swayed by aesthetic factors like color screens or hip packaging. It is important to remember the critical functional purposes you want the handheld to serve. If you are armed with that basic knowledge, choice of the right handheld computer should be a snap. Sources: http://www.zdnet.com/products/stories/reviews/0,4161,2603786,00.html (and links for each device) http://www.zdnet.com/products/stories/reviews/0,4161,2639590,00.html
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