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Small enough to drop into your coat pocket or handbag, the HP Jornada 680/690 Handheld PC weighs just one pound and yet packs all the features you would need in your busy day away from the desk. With a brilliantly lit color screen, you can work up to 8 hours without recharging while the built-in 56kps modem allows you to stay in touch via e-mail and surf the Web. Work comfortably on the roomy keyboard and when you finally return to your desk, enjoy fast and automatic synchronization with your de... Read more

 

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OldSpiceAP 1:41am on Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 
Storage of 200,000 photos. Web site items Easy To Setup,Easy to use,High Capacity No Power Switch It is a good one if you use it w/ only Windows. But if you want to use both MAC & Windows it gets kinda difficult.
nichtich 5:16pm on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 
This is a nice drive for the cash I spent. I find this unit is compact for my laptop backup. Dell has these WD products at a lower price than WD even on sale.
Hoani 5:47am on Saturday, May 15th, 2010 
Fast, quiet, and totally reliable. Not a single one. Has not given me ANY problems. Never installed. Glad I didnt. Terrible service
mcpenner 11:27am on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 
I cloned a 250 GB drive to this one using Seagate Discwizard. Worked perfectly. No problems Quiet, fast, reasonably priced. This thing is a piece of work. I had this for only a little over a year. Incredible difficult to configure. The MioNet web interface is terrible.
schnullerbacke 12:53pm on Sunday, March 28th, 2010 
Somewhat Satisfied After two years, this drive finally went South on me. I wish hard drives were not so short lived. I guess two years is not so bad. Working perfectly with Mac OS X 10.6.4 (Snow Leopard). Working perfectly with Mac OS X 10.6.4 (Snow Leopard). After 10 months.

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Installing the main battery
The HP Jornada Standard Battery provides power to your HP Jornada while it is not connected to AC power. Under normal operating conditions, the battery should provide power for up to 7 hours; however, battery life will vary depending on how you use your HP Jornada. The main battery fits into the bottom of your HP Jornada, as shown in the following diagram.
This bottom view of the HP Jornada shows how to install the main battery.
To install the main battery
1. Place the main battery in the battery slot on the bottom of your HP Jornada and push firmly until it snaps into place. After you install the main battery, your HP Jornada will turn on automatically. However, you should connect the AC adapter and activate the backup battery before using your device. The main battery should be partially charged when removed from the box. However, you should charge the main battery
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fully before operating your HP Jornada on battery power. Charging the main battery takes approximately 3.5hours. When the battery is fully charged, charging stops automatically; the battery will not overcharge if left connected to AC power. Do not mutilate, puncture, or dispose of batteries in fire. The batteries can burst or explode, releasing hazardous chemicals. Replace batteries only with the types recommended in this Users Guide. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.
Connecting the AC adapter
To avoid running out of battery power, you can operate your HP Jornada on AC power using the supplied AC adapter. The AC adapter accepts 100 to 240V, enabling you to connect to AC power anywhere in the world. When you travel, you may need adapters to accommodate different electrical outlets, but the HP Jornada AC adapter will safely convert AC line voltage to the DC voltage required by your HP Jornada. Use only the supplied AC adapter (model HP F1279A, input specifications 100-240 V AC, 50-60 Hz, 1.4 A). While your HP Jornada is connected to AC power, the main battery is charged automatically. The color of the LED indicates the status of the battery: red indicates that battery is charging, and green indicates that the battery is charged to full power.
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The AC adapter includes two parts: the power cable and the adapter.

Setting up Windows CE Services and establishing a partnership
Microsoft Windows CE Services with ActiveSync enables you to synchronize the information on your desktop PC with the information on your HP Jornada. Synchronization compares the data on your device with your desktop PC and updates both computers with the most recent information. For example:
Keep your Pocket Outlook data current by synchronizing
your HP Jornada with your choice of Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Schedule+, or Microsoft Exchange on your desktop PC. (Inbox synchronization with Schedule+ and Outlook Express are not currently supported.) Synchronize Word and Excel documents, Access and other ODBC databases and tables, Mobile channels, and InkWriter documents between your HP Jornada and desktop PC. Your files are automatically converted to the correct format. With Windows CE Services, you can:
Back up and restore your HP Jornada data Add and remove programs on your HP Jornada Move and copy files (rather than synchronize files)
between your device and your desktop PC Windows CE Services includes several components. The Windows CE Services Setup Wizard detects which software
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components are needed and prompts you to set up only the necessary components. For instance:
If you do not already have Outlook or Schedule+ installed,
the Setup Wizard will attempt to install Schedule+ version 7.0a The Setup Wizard can add Inbox extensions to enable you to transfer messages to your desktop mail client Exchange or Outlook You may need to restart your PC after installing each component.
The Desktop Software for Microsoft Windows CE compact disc includes the following software options for your desktop PC.
Windows CE ServicesEnables you to connect your
HP Jornada to a desktop or notebook PC running Windows 95 or Windows NT. Microsoft Exchange UpdateAdds an option to the Tools menu in Exchange, allowing you to synchronize your HP Jornada Inbox with your Windows Inbox. Microsoft Schedule+ 7.0aA schedule management program for Windows 95 or NT.
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Ethernet ComponentsNetwork drivers for
WindowsCE. Microsoft Pocket StreetsA maps-and-navigation program for Windows CE. Mobile Channels ViewerA Web content viewer that enables you to view Web content from selected sites while you are offline. Windows95 infrared drivers version 2.0Enables you to install an infrared port on a desktop PC. Windows95 Dial-Up Networking version 1.2 upgradeEnables you to establish a remote connection to your desktop PC by modem. Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.01The most recent version of the Internet browser for Windows 95 or Windows NT from Microsoft. WindowsNT Service Pack 3System updates for Windows NT.

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If you are traveling without your docking cradle or you need to synchronize files with your home computer while the docking cradle is connected to your office PC, you can connect your HP Jornada directly to a desktop PC using only the sync cable. (You can also connect and synchronize by infrared. For more information, see the Connecting by infrared section in this chapter.)
To connect directly (without the docking cradle)
1. If it is attached, disconnect the telephone cable from your HP Jornada. 2. Connect the AC adapter to the DC jack on the right side of the HP Jornada, and then plug in the power cable. 3. Insert the 9-pin end of the sync cable into a serial port on your desktop PC. 4. Fully insert the flat end of the sync cable, arrow side up, into the serial port on your HP Jornada.
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Establishing a partnership
After you set up Windows CE Services on your desktop PC, you are prompted to establish a partnership between your desktop PC and your HP Jornada. The partnership enables your desktop PC to recognize your HP Jornada when transferring files or synchronizing data. You can establish partnerships between your HP Jornada and up to two desktop PCs, for example, your home PC and your office PC. If you regularly synchronize your HPJornada with both desktop PCs, you can ensure that important files, contacts, and calendar information are always up-to-date and identical on both desktop PCs, as well as on your HP Jornada. If your HP Jornada has more than one desktop PC partner, you cannot synchronize e-mail messages. A single desktop PC can partner with any number of H/PCs or palmtop PCs. This is useful if you have more than one WindowsCE device, or if several mobile professionals share a single desktop PC.
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Following the New Partnership Wizard
The New Partnership Wizard will help you create a partnership and offer you options for synchronizing Pocket Outlook data, e-mail messages, and files between your HP Jornada and desktop PC. When the New Mobile Device Detected dialog box appears on your desktop PC, click Synchronize, and then follow the instructions on the screen of your desktop PC to complete the New Partnership Wizard. The wizard prompts you to type a name and a description for your HP Jornada. The name can be anything you choose (up to 15 alphanumeric characters, no spaces) and should provide an easy way for you to identify your HP Jornada. The description could be the make and model of the device (for example, HP Jornada 680 H/PC) or a property control number. You can later change the device name and description by using the Communications control panel on your HP Jornada. On the Start menu, point to Settings, tap Control Panel, and then double-tap the Communications icon. The wizard also prompts you to choose settings for synchronization. If you enable synchronization, you can set ActiveSync either to synchronize automatically each time you connect your HP Jornada to your desktop PC, or to synchronize continuously, whenever the synchronized information changes, for as long as the computers are connected. Regardless of the options you choose while completing the wizard, you can also synchronize at any moment by choosing the Synchronize Now command from the Tools menu of the Mobile Devices window. For more information, see the Synchronizing data section in this chapter.

To connect manually

1. On the HP Jornada Start menu, point to Programs, point to Communications, and then tap PC Link. The Connection Status dialog box appears. After a few moments a sound indicates that the connection has been established.

To close the connection

1. On your HP Jornada, double-tap the connection icon in the status area of the task bar. 2. In the Connection Status dialog box, tap Disconnect.
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Connecting by infrared

You can use the infrared port on your HP Jornada to connect to a desktop or notebook PC that is running Windows95 (or later). Once connected, you can transfer files and synchronize Pocket Outlook data and e-mail messages just as if you had connected using a sync cable or a docking cradle. Before you can connect by infrared, you must set up and configure an infrared port on your desktop or notebook PC. Many notebook PCs have a built-in infrared port; however, you may need to install a third-party infrared transceiver on your desktop PC. For more information about installing and configuring that device for use with your desktop PC, refer to the instructions that came with your infrared port. The Desktop Software for Microsoft Windows CE compact disc also includes infrared device drivers for Windows 95.
To configure Windows CE Services for infrared connection
1. Insert the Desktop Software for Microsoft WindowsCE compact disc into the CD-ROM drive on your desktop PC, and then run Setup.exe. 2. Click Optional Components, and then select the Windows 95 Communications Driver setup program. 3. When the setup program prompts you to specify a communications port, select a virtual port (typically COM3). 4. When setup is complete, restart your desktop PC, and then open the Mobile Devices window. 5. In the Mobile Devices window, click Communications on the File menu. 6. Under Port, select the infrared port you installed when you set up the infrared device. or Click New to install the port. (If you install a new port, you may need to reinstall Windows CE Services.)
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To configure your HP Jornada for infrared connection
1. On your HP Jornada Start menu, point to Settings, tap Control Panel, and then double-tap the Communications icon. 2. On the PC Connection tab, if it does not say Connect using Infrared Port, tap Change, and then select Infrared Port from the list of available connections.
To establish an infrared connection
1. Line up the infrared port on your HP Jornada with the infrared device on your notebook or desktop PC. 2. On your HP Jornada Start menu, point to Programs, point to Communications, and then tap PC Link.

Connecting to another PC

In some cases, you may need to connect your HP Jornada to a desktop PC other than your partner. Or, if you have logged on to your desktop PC under a different user name or performed a full reset of your H/PC, your desktop PC will not recognize your HP Jornada as its partner. In these cases, when you connect your HP Jornada to the desktop PC, the New Mobile Device Detected dialog box appears, offering you the option to synchronize, browse, or to restore data from an existing backup file. If you choose Synchronize, the New Partnership Wizard will begin, and your HP Jornada will be designated as a partner of the desktop PC. Contacts, Calendar, and Task information and information from any other services you choose to synchronize will be copied from the desktop PC to your HP Jornada.
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If you choose Browse, your HP Jornada will be connected as a guest. As a guest, you can view files and folders on the HPJornada, transfer files and folders, and manually back up or restore; however, you cannot synchronize data or automatically back up and restore data. If you choose Restore, you are given the option to restore data from an existing backup file on the desktop PC. Restoring data in this way will replace all existing data on the HPJornada with the data in the backup file on your PC. If you have lost your HP Jornada or replaced it with another HP Jornada, you can use the Restore function to set up a new device with the exact same data and settings as the old one, provided you had previously performed a full backup to the desktop PC. When you connect the new device to your desktop PC for the first time, choose Restore rather than Synchronize or Browse. For more information, see the Backing up and restoring data section in chapter 5.
Browsing your HP Jornada desktop
While your HP Jornada is connected to a desktop PC, you can use Windows CE Services to browse the contents of your HP Jornada from your desktop. Your HP Jornada appears as an icon in the Mobile Devices window on your desktop PC. When you double-click the HP Jornada icon, the contents of your HP Jornada are displayed as any other folder on your desktop PC. You can cut, paste, and copy files between folders on your HP Jornada or transfer files between your HP Jornada and your desktop PC simply by dragging the file icons between the appropriate folders. For more information about transferring files, including details on converting file types between Pocket Office and Office 97 programs, see the Transferring files section later in this chapter. You cannot open files or start programs stored on your HPJornada by double-clicking their icons in the Mobile Devices window on your desktop PC. When you double-click

3. In the HP dialup window, confirm the user name and password you use to log on to your network, and then select the modem you will use to dial the call. 4. Check the telephone number, and then tap Dial. A progress message appears to tell you when you are connected to your network, and then an icon appears in the taskbar while you remain connected. After you are connected to your network, use the Inbox program to send and receive e-mail or use Pocket Internet Explorer to browse your corporate intranet or the Web. For more information, refer to the Sending, receiving, and processing your e-mail and Browsing the Web or your intranet with Pocket Internet Explorer sections in this chapter.
To disconnect from the network
1. Double-tap the HP connection icon in the status area of the taskbar. 2. In the HP dialup window, tap Disconnect.
Connecting to corporate e-mail and network resources onsite
If you want corporate e-mail and Internet service only (with no access offsite), you will need: An installed network interface card (NIC)that is properly configured with the IP address of your DNS and WINS servers (your network administrator can give you this information)
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An account with your corporate networkincluding an IP address for your HPJornada, if it is not dynamically assigned A network (LAN) connectiona network cable with the appropriate connector for your NIC
Installing the network interface card (NIC)
Before you can connect directly to a network, you must install an NIC and properly configure it with the IP address of your DNS and WINS servers (check with your network administrator for this information). You must use an NIC to connect your HP Jornada directly to a LAN. NICs are available from several manufacturers as PC Card accessories. (For a list of recommended PC Card NICs, go to the Hewlett-Packard Web site at www.hp.com/jornada.) Install the PC Card NIC in the PC Card slot on your HP Jornada, and then attach the network cable according to the instructions provided by your card manufacturer. In addition to the PC Card NIC, you will need to install the appropriate driver software to configure the NIC. Drivers for Proxim 7400 and Socket LP-E LAN cards are included on the HP Jornada. Drivers for other cards must be obtained from the card manufacturer. Install software drivers as you would any other third-party program. (For more information, see the Installing programs section in chapter7.)
Establishing an account or guest privileges on the network
Contact your network administrator to set up an account or guest privileges on the network. The network administrator will give you the information you need to log on to the network just as you do with your desktop PC, including user name, password, domain name, and IP address (if applicable).
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Adding programs, fonts, sounds, and images
This section describes how to add functionality to your HPJornada by installing software and how to customize the WindowsCE desktop and working environment.

Installing programs

You can add even more functionality to your HP Jornada by installing third-party software. A wide variety of commercial software is available for the Microsoft Windows CE operating system, ranging from custom business applications and system utilities to games and entertainment. Some programs are available on the HP Jornada Handheld PC compact disc and the Desktop Software for Microsoft WindowsCE compact disc included with your HP Jornada. Other programs are available from software distributors and on the Worldwide Web. The only programs that will run on your HP Jornada are those designed specifically for Windows CE. You cannot run programs designed for Windows 95 or Windows NT on your HP Jornada. The HP Jornada Handheld PC compact disc includes many productivity-enhancing programs such as: Inso Outisde In file viewer software for viewing popular desktop file formats Pocket Quicken from On The Go Software (for U.S. only) TrueSync CE 2.0 from Starfish Software for synchronizing your HP Jornada with the REX Classic and REX Pro Cards Trio Phone Manager for sending/receiving SMS with a GSM phone (for Europe and Asia Pacific only) WestTek JetCet color printing utilities ( 30-day trial) Image Expert CE from Sierra Imaging
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Java for Windows CE from Microsoft Corporation HP PIM Translation Utility
The minimum system requirements for installing programs from the HP Jornada Handheld PC compact disc are as follows:
Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT 4.0 Desktop PC with a 486/66 or higher processor 2X or faster CD-ROM drive VGA or higher resolution graphics card Web browser (Netscape Navigator 2.0 or higher or Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.0 or higher)
Explore the HP Jornada Handheld PC compact disc to enjoy these free software programs. For more information about a particular program, go to the Web site of the manufacturer of that program. Many other useful programs are available from the HewlettPackard Web site at www.hp.com/jornada. Hewlett-Packard does not support the use of programs that have not been certified by Microsoft. Typically, you install software to your H/PC by first loading the installation files onto your desktop PC, as described in the following procedure. If a program is designed for direct installation, you may be able to download or install the program from the Web to your HPJornada. The Web site should provide instructions for installing the program.

To install software

1. Download the software program or installer from the Web to your desktop PC. or Insert the floppy disk or compact disc into the appropriate drive on your desktop PC.

To replace the main battery
1. Turn off your HP Jornada and disconnect the sync cable if it is attached. 2. Slide the audio lock to the left if it is unlocked.(No green dot should be seen. The green dot indicates that the audio buttons are unlocked.) 3. Slide the battery release button on the bottom of the HP Jornada. 4. Pull the original battery pack away from the device. 5. Insert the new battery pack and push firmly until it clicks into place.

Backup battery

The coin-sized, lithium ion backup battery does not provide enough power to operate your HP Jornada. It is intended only to protect your data until the main battery is recharged.
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Ensure that the main battery is charged before you remove the backup battery. If the main battery is low or you are not sure, connect to AC power before you remove the backup battery.
To replace the backup battery
1. Using a small, Philips screwdriver, unscrew the cover plate from the backup battery compartment. Be careful not to misplace the small screw. 2. Remove the backup battery. 3. Insert a new 3-V CR2032 coin cell battery into the backup battery compartment with the positive (+) side facing up. 4. Replace the cover plate and the screw. Do not mutilate, puncture, or dispose of batteries in fire. The batteries can burst or explode, releasing hazardous chemicals. Replace batteries with only the types recommended in this Users Guide. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.
Using the Power control panel
Use the Power control panel to check the status of your main and backup batteries and to set options that can increase battery life. These include setting options for power off or auto-suspend, setting options for power on, and setting controls to automatically dim the backlight.
To open the Power control panel
1. On the Start menu, point to Settings, tap Control Panel, and then double-tap the Power icon. or Double-tap the power status icon in the status area of the taskbar.
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The power status icon appears in the taskbar only under certain conditions, such as when battery power is low or when your HP Jornada is connected to external power.

Checking battery status

The power area in the Power control panel indicates whether your HP Jornada is running on battery power or connected to AC power, and displays the status of both the main and backup batteries. In addition, the battery icon in the status area of the taskbar indicates whether the HP Jornada is operating on AC or battery power and displays the status of the main battery:

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Maintaining your HP Jornada
When treated properly, your HP Jornada will be a reliable desktop PC companion. Follow these tips to ensure long and trouble-free use:

Keep the unit clean

Touching the HP Jornada screen with your hand will leave a trace of natural oil that may make it difficult to read the screen. To clean the screen, use a commercial glass cleaner sprayed on a soft cloth. Avoid spraying the screen directly. Be sure to turn off your HP Jornada before cleaning the touch screen. Be careful not to get sand and dirt inside the unit. If you think your HP Jornada has sand or dirt inside the unit case, contact your authorized Hewlett-Packard dealer.
Follow general safety precautions
To keep your HP Jornada in good operating condition, follow these guidelines:
Only open your HP Jornada case as far as the hinges
allow. Do not use excessive force when inserting or removing CompactFlash Cards or PC Cards or when opening or closing the expansion module. Always keep the sync cable attached while syncing with your partner PC. Only use a modem that has been approved for use with your HP Jornada (Model 680e only). For a list of approved modems, go to the Hewlett-Packard Web site at www.hp.com/jornada.
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Avoid damage

Be careful to keep your HP Jornada from being dropped, bumped, or crushed. Dropping or placing something heavy on top of your HP Jornada can cause damage to delicate components such as the display. Accidental damage is not covered under the Hewlett-Packard express warranty.
Avoid radiated interference
Radiated interference from other electronic equipment may affect the appearance of the display and the modem function of the HP Jornada. Removing the HP Jornada from the source of the interference will return the display and the modem function to normal.

Avoid high temperatures

Your HP Jornada is designed to operate at temperatures between 0 to 40C (32 to 104F) and to maintain data at temperatures between 0 to 55C (32 to 131F). Subjecting the device to temperatures outside this range may damage the unit or result in loss of data. Be especially careful not to leave your HP Jornada in direct sunlight or in a car where temperatures can rise to harmful levels.
Troubleshooting basic problems
If you have a specific problem, review the information below to see if you can quickly find the answer. Or, visit the HPJornada Web site at www.hp.com/jornada for current information about common difficulties.
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Problem HP Jornada does not turn on when not connected to AC power.
Diagnosis/Remedy Battery power is too low to run device. Connect to AC power, and then turn on your HP Jornada. (Charge the battery regularly to avoid running out of battery power.) For information on charging the main battery and checking battery status, refer to the Installing the main battery section in chapter 2. You are using your HP Jornada in ways that drain the batteries quickly. See the Managing battery power section in chapter 7. Backup battery has not been activated. Check that the tape has been completely removed from the backup battery compartment. If necessary, remove the cover from the backup battery compartment, remove the tape, and reinstall the backup battery. For more information, see the Replacing the backup battery section in chapter 7. The HP Jornada is designed to stay on while connected to a computer. This is the correct behavior. No action is needed.

Soft reset

Perform a soft reset after restoring data from a backup file or when your HP Jornada appears to be frozen or locked up.

To perform a soft reset

1. Disconnect the sync cable and/or the telephone line from your HPJornada. 2. Use the stylus to press the Reset button. When you perform a soft reset you will lose unsaved data in all open documents or programs.
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Full reset

Perform a full reset only when your HP Jornada does not respond to a soft reset. A full reset will erase all data you have entered, including all files, system settings, and programs you have installed. If you have forgotten your password, you will also need to perform a full reset. Performing a full reset erases all files, programs, and appointments you have entered. You can restore only data that has been backed up to your desktop PC or to a PC Card or CompactFlash Card. (For more information, see the Backing up and Restoring data section in chapter 5.)

To perform a full reset

1. Disconnect all cables, including the AC adapter from your HPJornada. 2. Remove the main battery. 3. Remove the backup battery. For more information, see the Replacing the backup battery section in chapter7.) 4. Wait at least 5 minutes, and then reinstall the batteries and reconnect the AC adapter. (For more information, see the Setting up your HPJornada section in chapter 2.) Your HP Jornada should turn on automatically and display the WindowsCE Welcome Wizard. For more information about this wizard, see the Completing the Welcome Wizard section in chapter2. 5. Restore data to your HP Jornada from your most recent backup file. For more information, see the Backing up and Restoring data section in chapter5.
Warranty, support, and service
Limited one-year warranty
Your HP Jornada H/PC (models 680 and 680e) comes with a limited one-year warranty.

What is covered

Your HP Jornada H/PC (models 680 and 680e) (except for the coin-cell backup battery, or damage caused by this battery) and accessories are warranted by Hewlett-Packard against defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of original purchase. If you sell your unit or give it as a gift, the warranty is automatically transferred to the new owner and remains in effect for the original one-year period beginning at the time of purchase. During the warranty period, we will repair or, at our option, replace at no charge a product that proves to be defective, provided you return the product, shipping prepaid, to a Hewlett-Packard service center. (Replacement may be made with a new or re-conditioned device, or with a newer model of equal or better functionality.) This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state, province to province, or country to country.

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What causes RSI?

RSI is caused by certain demanding activities that exceed the bodys ability. Common factors associated with RSI include too many uninterrupted repetitions of an activity or motion, performing an activity in an awkward or unnatural posture, maintaining static posture for prolonged periods, failing to take frequent short breaks, and stress. Certain medical conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes, may contribute to RSI.

RSI symptoms

By following the guidelines on proper setup and use of equipment and work environment, the risk of developing RSI can be minimized. However, if you experience any discomfort, seek professional advice immediately. Typically, the earlier a problem is diagnosed and treated, the easier it may be to resolve.

Avoiding RSI

Recent literature suggests that there may be a relationship between injury to soft tissues, especially in the hands and arms, and the prolonged use of keyboards or other equipment requiring repeated motion of the hands and forearms. Literature also suggests that there are many other risk factors that may increase the chances of such soft-tissue injury. You can minimize the risk of suffering from RSI by following the guidelines detailed in this chapter.
Setting up your working environment
You must have enough space to move around and vary your position. To avoid eye strain, the ceiling, walls, and floors should have a medium level of reflectance (approximately 75 percent of ceiling reflectance, 40 percent of wall reflectance, and 30 percent of floor reflectance). Try to avoid excessive contrast between the screen and its surroundings. The work environment should be as quiet and distrac-

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tion-free as possible, with background noise below 58dBA. Where possible, relative air humidity should be in the range of 40 to 60 percent. Recommended room temperature is 19 to 23C (66 to 73F). If possible, adjust the temperature to a comfortable level. The workplace should be well ventilated. Pay attention to your posture; relax your shoulders and keep your wrists straight. This is easier when your keyboard can be positioned right under your hands while bending your elbows at 90. Pull your chin in to look down, and try to lean back in the chair. The backrest should support you in the hollow of your back.

Reducing eye strain

Have your eyes checked on a regular basis and ensure your eyeglass prescription is suitable for working on a computer screen. Look away from the screen from time to time. Focus on distant objects briefly. Blinking periodically helps to lubricate the eyes.

Safety precautions 152 Schedule+ version 7.0a, installing 31 Screen, viewing difficulties 160 Security 146 Security cable slot, described 15 Security settings 102 Select Primary Key dialog box 67 Send using MIME format check box 115

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Serial Port (RS-232C) 15 Serial port, malfunction 156 Setting Alarms 126 Settings tab 138, 144, 146 Settings, using 27 Short cuts, quick pad 67 Shutting down, troubleshooting 154 SIR IrDAcompliant transceiver. See Infrared port, description Slide presentations creating with Microsoft Pocket PowerPoint 76 showing on VGA-compatible monitors 76 SLIP (Serial Line Internet Protocol) 89, 158, 159 SLIP (Serial Line Internet Protocol) account 100 SMTP 101 SMTP host 90 Socket LP-E LAN card 106 Software drivers, installing 128 Sound adding 126 adjusting 140 Stabilizer 14 Start menu, using 24 Stylus and Stylus slot 12 Stylus control panel 142 adjusting tap rates and distance 21 described 142 Stylus navigation tips 19 Suspend 140 SVGA 256-color 33 Sync cable 33, 35, 148 Synchronization 30 reducing data and time 46 Resolve Conflicts dialog box 46 resolving conflicts 46 with Active Sync 30 Synchronize command 37 Synchronizing data 44 e-mail messages 45, 47 files 45 from a remote location 47 Microsoft Pocket Outlook data 45 selected data 45
System System System System
control panel 142 macros, overview 150 tab 146 values 150
Tables, creating 78 Taskbar, using 24 Tasks creating new tasks 63 overview 7, 63 viewing 67 Telephone cable 35 Telephone connector (RJ-11) 13 Telephone connector (RJ-11), description 13 Telephone lines access 89 clicking sounds on line 157 connecting for corporate accounts 103 connecting to modems 95 Temperature moderation 153 Terminal 7 ToolTips, using 25 Touch screen calibrating 21 troubleshooting diminished tap accuracy 21 Transferring data difficulties 159 Personal Information (PIM) 52 Transferring files 51 Translating appointment data 55 phone book 56 Traveling with HP Jornada 148 ttf files 125 TTY terminal emulation 7 txt file 115
Unicode Text Document 132 Use Server-assigned IP Address check box 50 Using the HP settings application 28

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Welcome | 1
Congratulations on purchasing the Hewlett-Packard Jornada 600 Series Handheld PC (H/PC), a mobile device powered by the Microsoft Windows CE operating system. The HP Jornada 600 Series H/PC is available in four models: the HP Jornada 680e, 680, 690e, and 690. This Users Guide includes instructions for all four models. The differences in specifications are: Model 680eno built-in modem, 16MB RAM. Model 680built-in modem, 16MB RAM. Model 690eno built-in modem, 32MB RAM. Model 690built-in modem, 32MB RAM. (Note that on models 690 and 690e, a maximum of 16MB can be allocated for storage memory.)
If you are familiar with Microsoft Windows products and notebook PCs, you will notice that your HP Jornada has many of the same characteristics, making it easy for you to be productive quickly. In this chapter, you will find: An overview of this Users Guide and other sources of help and information A list and brief descriptions of the built-in applications, including Microsoft Windows CE, Handheld PC Professional Edition software and special HP applications An introduction to HP Jornada features and a description of the advantages of using the HP Jornada

Using this guide

This Users Guide will give you a quick and effective introduction to your HP Jornada. Although great care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of procedures and artwork, some of the screens displayed on your HP Jornada may differ from the ones that appear in this Users Guide. Detailed, step-by-step instructions for using the programs on your HP Jornada are also included in online Help, so you do not have to carry this guide when you travel. (For more information on using online Help, see the Using Help on your HP Jornada section in chapter 2.)

Conventions

This Users Guide includes certain visual cues that will help you find the information you want easily.
A shortcut, another way to do something, or expanded information about the topic. Caution or warning information about the topic. This is important information that should be observed to prevent loss of data or damage to your HP Jornada. Helpful information related to the topic.

Finding information

This guide describes what is included with your HP Jornada, provides an overview of the installed programs, and describes how to set up communications between your device and desktop PC and between your device and the Internet. The following table lists the different types of information available to help you use your HP Jornada. Note that although this book introduces the programs on your device, it does not describe them completely. For more information, see the comprehensive online Help for each program.

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Information Programs
Source This Users Guide or Online Help on your device. On the Start menu, tap Help. The glossary located at the end of this Users Guide. This Users Guide or Online Help on your device. On the Start menu, tap Help. or Windows CE Services online Help on your desktop PC. In the Mobile Devices window, click Help, and then click Windows CE Services Help Topics. Any toolbar button. Tap and hold the button and the button name will appear. (To avoid activating the toolbar button, drag off the button before lifting the stylus.) For more information, see the Using your HP Jornada section in chapter 2. This Users Guide or The Communications Troubleshooter on your desktop PC. In the Mobile Devices window, click Help, and then click Communications Troubleshooter. The Hewlett-Packard Jornada Web site at www.hp.com/jornada.
Unfamiliar technical terms Synchronizing and exchanging files with a desktop PC (including information on connecting while travelling

ToolTips

Troubleshooting information on connections
Software updates, device drivers, and lists of compatible accessories Up-to-date information on Windows CEbased devices Information on this release of Windows CE
The Microsoft Windows CE Web site at www.microsoft.com/windowsce.
Readme.doc file (located in the Windows CE Services folder on your desktop PC).
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The complete text of this Users Guide is available on the HP Web site at www.hp.com/ jornada. You can download the Users Guide to your desktop PC and view it using the Adobe Acrobat Reader, available from the Adobe Web site at www.adobe.com.
Learning about HP Jornada
Hewlett-Packard has taken mobile computing to new levels of compatibility and convenience. With HP Jornada, youll notice many benefits not found in other, similar computers. For example you can: Move the data you already have on an older palmtop or handheld PC to your HP Jornada. You can transfer information from older Windows CE devices and even some nonWindows CE devices. (See the Transferring PIM data from older palmtop PCs section in chapter 3.) Use e-mail without a modem. Conveniently send e-mail automatically when you synchronize with your desktop PC. (See the Synchronizing data section in chapter 3.) Take more data with you. A desktop Microsoft Word file may take up to 85 percent less space on your HP Jornada. (See the Transferring files section in chapter 3.) Send voice messages to friends and colleagueseven those who do not have Windows CE devices. You can save voice messages in the compatible Wave audio format. (See the Recording voice memos section in chapter 4.) Keep Word, Access, and Excel files stored at work and at home synchronized. Update any file in any location, and once you synchronize, the file will be updated in every place it is stored. (See the Synchronizing data section in chapter 3.) Read online news and information while offline, or download Web pages for viewing later. (See the Browsing the Web section in Chapter 6.) Work any time, any place, with up to 7 hours of battery life. (See the Managing battery power section in chapter 3.) Synchronize mail messages, contacts, appointments, and tasks with your desktop or notebook PC in just a few steps. (See the Synchronizing data section in chapter 3.) Carry your HP Jornada with you. The HP Jornada weighs only 510 g (1.1 lb), including batteries.

Accessories

On the Start menu, point to Accessories, and then tap one of the following choices. Microsoft InkWriterJot quick notes or create sketches while in a meeting. Microsoft Voice RecorderRecord voice memos or vital information. CalculatorPerform simple calculations in an on-screen calculator, and then copy the results to any open document. World ClockKeep track of the time anywhere in the world and display useful travel information for both your home city and the city you are visiting. bFINDSearch for a word or text string in any database, file, file name, or e-mail message stored on your HP Jornada. OmniSolvePerform complex mathematical and business calculations with this full-featured calculator from Landware.
SolitairePass the time at the airport, on the train, or during a not-sointeresting meeting or lecture with this classic game.

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This section will help you start using your Hewlett-Packard Jornada 600 Series Handheld PC (H/PC). You will learn how to set up your HP Jornada, discover how to customize the Microsoft Windows CE operating system to work for you, and you will have a brief introduction to Windows CE. When you have finished this chapter, you will have all the information you need to begin working with your HP Jornada. This chapter includes step-by-step instructions to help you: Identify the hardware features of your HP Jornada Install the main batteries Connect the AC adapter Activate the backup battery Run the Windows CE Welcome Wizard Put your HP Jornada to work for you
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HP Jornada hardware features
The views below will introduce you to the various connectors, ports, and other features of your HP Jornada.
Stylus and stylus slotKeeps your stylus within easy reach. (For more information, see the Using the stylus and touch screen section in this chapter.) Appointment notification LEDNotifies you of scheduled appointments, alarms, and reminders. (For more information on setting alarms and reminders, see the Using Microsoft Pocket Outlook section in chapter 4.) Recording LEDIndicates that Voice Recorder is recording or playing a voice memo. Audio buttonsEnable you to record and play voice memos without even opening your HP Jornada. (For more information, see the Recording voice memos section in chapter 4.) Telephone connector (RJ-11)Enables you to connect a telephone line to the built-in modem (models 680 and 690 only), keeping you in touch with the world. (For more information, see the Connecting the telephone line section in chapter 6.) DC jack and AC power adapterConnect your HP Jornada to AC power anywhere in the world to charge the main battery or to connect to your desktop PC. Battery charging LEDIndicates the charging status of the main battery while connected to AC power.

To adjust screen brightness and contrast
1. 2. To adjust the contrast, hold down the

key as you press

To adjust the brightness, hold down the press or.

key as you

To maximize battery life, minimize the brightness setting and then adjust contrast to achieve readability. The following sections describe the Welcome Wizard. To complete the Welcome Wizard, follow the instructions displayed in the taskbar area at the bottom of your screen. After you complete the Welcome Wizard, you can begin using your HP Jornada.
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If your HP Jornada freezes during operation, you may need to perform a soft reset. To reset, use the stylus to press the reset button located on the left side of the HP Jornada keyboard. Your HP Jornada will restart automatically. Unsaved data in any open documents will be lost. For more information, see the Resetting section in chapter 8.
Calibrating the touch screen
Before you can use the stylus to navigate, you must calibrate the touch screen to align the image on the screen with the touch-sensitive coating. The first screen of the Welcome Wizard prompts you to calibrate the touch screen by tapping a series of targets at different locations on the screen. From time to time, you might notice that the accuracy of your stylus tap diminishes. When this happens, you can return to this screen to calibrate your touch screen.
To calibrate the touch screen
1. On the Start menu, point to Settings, tap Control Panel, and then double-tap the Stylus icon. or alt Press

num lk ctrl

You can also use the Stylus control panel to set options for double-tap rate and physical distance between taps.
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Selecting your Home City

Windows CE displays current time and regional information for the city you designate as your Home City. Tap the city nearest your home from the drop-down list on the Home City tab. If your city is not listed, you can use the World Clock control panel to add it later. (See the World Clock topic in online Help.)

Setting the World Clock

Windows CE uses the system clock to monitor your alarms and appointments as well as to ensure proper synchronization of the most current files and appointments with your desktop PC. So make sure you set the correct time and date. To set the time, type the current time in the box below the clock face, or drag the hands on one of the clocks to the correct time. To set the date, tap the current date on the calendar. (Tap or to change month or tap the month or year.) You can set the clock settings again later using the World Clock control panel. (See the World Clock topic in online Help or tap the clock in the status area of the taskbar.)

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To configure Windows CE Services for infrared connection
1. Insert the Desktop Software for Microsoft Windows CE compact disc into the CD-ROM drive on your desktop PC, and then run Setup.exe. Click Optional Components, and then select the Windows 95 Communications Driver setup program. When the setup program prompts you to specify a communications port, select a virtual port (typically COM3). When setup is complete, restart your desktop PC, and then open the Mobile Devices window. In the Mobile Devices window, click Communications on the File menu. Under Port, select the infrared port you installed when you set up the infrared device. or Click New to install the port. (If you install a new port, you may need to reinstall Windows CE Services.)

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

To configure your HP Jornada for infrared connection
1. 2. On your HP Jornada Start menu, point to Settings, tap Control Panel, and then double-tap the Communications icon. On the PC Connection tab, if it does not say Connect using Infrared Port, tap Change, and then select Infrared Port from the list of available connections.
To establish an infrared connection
1. 2. Line up the infrared port on your HP Jornada with the infrared device on your notebook or desktop PC. On your HP Jornada Start menu, point to Programs, point to Communications, and then tap PC Link.

Connecting to another PC

In some cases, you may need to connect your HP Jornada to a desktop PC other than your partner. Or, if you have logged on to your desktop PC under a different user name or performed a full reset of your H/PC, your desktop PC will not recognize your HP Jornada as its partner.
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In these cases, when you connect your HP Jornada to the desktop PC, the New Mobile Device Detected dialog box appears, offering you the option to synchronize, browse, or to restore data from an existing backup file. If you choose Synchronize, the New Partnership Wizard will begin, and your HP Jornada will be designated as a partner of the desktop PC. Contacts, Calendar, and Task information and information from any other services you choose to synchronize will be copied from the desktop PC to your HP Jornada. If you choose Browse, your HP Jornada will be connected as a guest. As a guest, you can view files and folders on the HP Jornada, transfer files and folders, and manually back up or restore; however, you cannot synchronize data or automatically back up and restore data. If you choose Restore, you are given the option to restore data from an existing backup file on the desktop PC. Restoring data in this way will replace all existing data on the HP Jornada with the data in the backup file on your PC. If you have lost your HP Jornada or replaced it with another HP Jornada, you can use the Restore function to set up a new device with the exact same data and settings as the old one, provided you had previously performed a full backup to the desktop PC. When you connect the new device to your desktop PC for the first time, choose Restore rather than Synchronize or Browse. For more information, see the Backing up and restoring data section in chapter 5.

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HP viewer shows your Pocket Outlook information quickly.
HP viewer uses the same font settings as Pocket Internet Explorer. Changing the font or font size in Pocket Internet Explorer will also change the way information is displayed in HP viewer. You can quickly switch from HP viewer to Pocket Outlook to look at the selected date in all Calendar views.
To switch to Pocket Outlook
1. On the Go menu, tap the appropriate program or view. HP viewer displays the current date and your next scheduled appointment below the toolbar in the Today Banner of the HP viewer window. To quickly view detailed information about the appointment, tap the appointment title in the Today Banner.
To switch between Calendar, Contacts, and Task information
1. Tap the appropriate icon on the left side of the HP viewer window.
Viewing Calendar information
HP viewer lets you view your calendar in Day, Week, Month, or n-Month view. Tap the Calendar icon on the left side of the HP viewer window to display Calendar information. Tap a View button on the toolbar to change views. Tap the Go to Date button on the toolbar to view information for a specific date.
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n-month (displays 3 months) Month Week Day Today (GoTo Today command) Date (GoTo Date command)
Day View offers a fast way to browse your schedule for the current day or up to 7 days that you select. To enable Day Zoom in n-Month View, Month View, or Week View, press the spacebar to display appointments and tasks for the selected date(s). Tap an icon next to an appointment or event to expand a note or to display more information about that appointment or event. You can set HP viewer to always display Day Zoom for the date you select by tapping on the toolbar. Week View enables you to display 1, 2, or 3 weeks of your calendar at a time. Press as you tap or on the scroll bar to increase or decrease the number of weeks displayed. Tap an event to display detailed information about that event.
Use Month View to display 5 weeks of data on a single screen, or use nMonth View to display calendars for several months at a time. Tap a day to display detailed information about appointments or events scheduled on that day.
Viewing Contacts information

To record and to play a voice memo from within Voice Recorder
1. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Accessories, and then tap Voice Recorder. or Press the Voice Recorder hot key. Tap the Record button on the toolbar. A beep sounds when recording begins, and the red recording LED indicates that recording is in progress. Speak into the microphone to record your voice memo. To stop recording, tap the Stop button on the toolbar. The new recording appears in the recording list. To play a recording, double-tap it in the recording list. To pause playback, tap Play/Pause. Tap Play/Pause again to resume playback.

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You can play all of your recordings, one after another. Select the recording you want to play first, tap Control and then tap Play Sequential. The selected recording and following recordings will be played. A short beep will sound between recordings.

Conserving memory

Voice memos may consume large amounts of storage memory on your HP Jornada. If you record or store lots of voice memos, you may need to take steps to conserve memory. Delete voice memos you no longer need. Select the recording in the list, and then tap Delete on the File menu. Note that voice memos are deleted immediately; they are not moved to the Recycle Bin and cannot be recovered. Adjust the amount of storage memory available on your HP Jornada using the Memory tab in the System control panel. Add more memory to your device with a CompactFlash Card or PC Card. (For a list of recommended cards, go to the Hewlett-Packard Web site at www.hp.com/jornada.) Use HP Mobile Voice to store your voice memos in a compressed format. You can choose Mobile Voice format from the list of recording formats (on the Tools menu, tap Recording Format). This saves space, but lowers the quality of the recording, so try to speak close to the microphone to increase clarity.
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Getting down | 5 to business
Your Hewlett-Packard Jornada 600 Series Handheld PC can help you stay productive and be efficient, even when you are away from your desktop or notebook PC. You have access to Microsoft Pocket Office and other preinstalled programs to help you calculate expenses and conduct searches. Your HP Jornada also includes the HP Jornada backup application, which keeps things running smoothly. In this chapter, you will learn more about: Microsoft Pocket Office, which includes: - Microsoft Pocket Word - Microsoft Pocket PowerPoint - Microsoft Pocket Excel - Microsoft Pocket Access Microsoft InkWriter HP Jornada backup application OmniSolve from Landware bFAX from bSquare bFIND from bSquare

10. On the File menu, tap Save Table. If you have tables that you do not want to keep updated on the device (such as product catalogs), mark them as read-only when transferring them from the desktop to the device to save time during future synchronization sessions. Windows CE Services will not check for updates the next time you synchronize.
Printing your Pocket Office documents
You can print your Pocket Office and other documents from your HP Jornada in three different ways:
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By connecting directly to a PCL printer using the optional HP parallel printer cable (F1274A). For a list of compatible printers, refer to the HP parallel printer cable Users Guide that came with your HP Jornada. By connecting via infrared port (only with an infrared-equipped PCL printer). By transferring the file to your desktop PC and printing it from within a program on the desktop PC. For instructions on printing directly to a printer using the HP parallel printer cable, see the HP parallel printer cable Users Guide.
To print directly to a printer via infrared
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Open the file or document you want to print. On the File menu, tap Print. The Print dialog box appears. Choose the PCL printer you will be printing to and select the IrDA port option. Set other print options as necessary. Tap OK, and then line up the infrared port on your HP Jornada with the infrared port on the printer.
Using Microsoft InkWriter
InkWriter, a text, graphics, and ink processor with Rich Ink technology, makes it easy to write and draw the way you do on paper, but with the benefit of being able to edit and format your writings and drawings. With InkWriter, you can enter information in the way that is easiest for you: type using the keyboard or write or draw on screen using the stylus.
To create an InkWriter document
1. 2. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Accessories, and then tap InkWriter. Create your document: To type, tap Writing on the View menu, and then use the keyboard. To draw, tap Drawing on the View menu, and then drag the stylus to draw on the touch screen. You can also create a drawing in Writing view by crossing three of the ruled lines on the first stroke of the drawing. 3. When you are finished, tap Save on the File menu.

Establishing a network dial-up account
Before you can log on to your network using a modem, you must establish a network account with your network administrator. Most likely, you will dial in to a server that has a modem installed to receive your call. The information you need for this connection is similar to the information needed to connect to the Internet through an ISP: Your account user name. Your account password. Telephone number of the network server modem. IP, DNS, and WINS addresses, if necessary. Your e-mail user name or ID. (This may be the same as your network user name.) Your e-mail password. (This may be the same as your network password.) The network POP3 or IMAP4 host name. The network SMTP host name (if required).
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Setting up a remote connection to your network
After your network administrator has set up your account, you need to create a connection on your HP Jornada so that you can connect to your network, e-mail, and intranet (possibly including the Internet) easily whenever you want to. Use HP dialup to create the connection on your HP Jornada. HP dialup leads you through the process of configuring for your connections, including: Setting up a connection to your network. Setting up an e-mail service (if you choose E-mail Service as an option). Setting up a Web service (if you choose Web Service as an option). In this case, the Web may be your corporate intranet or the Worldwide Web. Setting up a dialing location. You will have the opportunity to set the following options during the dial-up configuration process. Service provider connection This portion of the program allows you to name and save your network connection. You can create more than one connection (for example, one connection to your corporate network and one to your personal ISP). Choose a connection name that will make it easy to determine which connection you want when you are ready to dial up. At this point, you will also complete the following tasks: Choose E-mail and/or Web serviceYou can choose one or both options. Your network administrator can tell you which options are available to you. Choose Typical or Advanced setupTypical setup will automate most of the connection configuration by using default settings. Advanced setup allows you more control over setup options. Typical and Advanced setup options are offered at the beginning of each stage of the setup process: Service Provider (in this case, your network administrator), E-mail Service, and Web Service. Input Service Provider informationThis includes information provided by your network administrator, such as the dial-up telephone number and IP, DNS, and WINS address settings. Many networks automatically (or, dynamically) assign both IP and DNS addresses. If your network does not assign these automatically, you should clear the Server-assigned addresses option and type the addresses.

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When you enter the IP address, you can also choose to use SLIP (Serial Line Internet Protocol) if your network uses this protocol. PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) is the default protocol for this option, but SLIP is supported as well. If you have a SLIP account, select the Use SLIP check box during the IP setup portion of the HP Jornada dialup configuration process. You also have the option to choose software and IP header compression options. Ask your network administrator if these options are recommended for your account. E-mail service If you choose to configure an e-mail service, HP dialup will prompt you to enter the following information: UserID and password The user name (UserID) and password you use to access your e-mail account may be the same as the user name and password you use to log on to your network. However, sometimes another name and password are used for this service. Service typesYour network may use POP3 or IMAP4 protocol for receiving mail. In addition, some networks use SMTP for sending messages. Refer to your network administrator to find out if this applies to your configuration. SettingsYou can choose a variety of E-mail service settings. If your mail server supports MIME formatting (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) encoding (POP3 servers only), you can select an option to allow binary files to be sent as attachments to e-mail messages. You can also set e-mail services to: Disconnect after actions are performed. Check for new mail at specified intervals. Display a message or sound an alarm when new mail arrives. Only display messages from a specified number of recent days. Download only message headers. (You can review headers and decide whether to download message bodies the next time you connect.) Download full copies of all messages. (You can review messages and decide whether to download attachments the next time you connect.) The default options offer the settings used by many service providers. If you are not sure, or you do not have guidance from your network administrator, try the default settings.
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Web service information If you choose to configure Web services, HP dialup prompts you to set options such as your Home and Search pages, AutoDial and Auto Disconnect, and Advanced options. Advanced options include enabling cookies, caching (and cache size), and security settings. Proxy ServerTypically, you must specify a proxy server if you are connecting to the Internet over a network. Check with your network administrator to find out if you need to use a proxy server, and if so, the address of the server. Home and Search pagesSet addresses for your Home and Search pages using this option. AutoDial and Auto DisconnectThese options allow HP Jornada to connect and disconnect automatically from your Web service when an application (such as Inbox or Pocket Internet Explorer) requires access. Remember that your device needs to be connected to the telephone line before a connection is possible. Pocket Internet Explorer appearanceSelect the appropriate check box to show pictures, play sounds, or make the Web page fit in your device screen. Turning off pictures and sounds can increase the speed with which Web pages are displayed. Advanced settingsControl some advanced Web service features with HP dialup. You can enable cookies and caching (up to 10 percent of available memory) and set security levels with this option. Advanced security settings include the option to select from two versions of SSL (Secure Socket Layer) or PCT (Private Communication Technology). These protocols maintain the security and integrity of the transmission channel by using encryption, authentication, and message-authentication codes.

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When you replace the main battery, your new battery must be charged before your HP Jornada will turn on. For information on charging the main battery, refer to the Connecting the AC adapter section in chapter 2. Ensure that the backup battery is in good condition before you remove the main battery. If the backup battery is low or you are not sure, connect to AC power before you remove the main battery.
To replace the main battery
1. 2. Turn off your HP Jornada and disconnect the sync cable if it is attached. Slide the audio lock to the left if it is unlocked. (No green dot should be visible. The green dot indicates that the audio buttons are unlocked.) Slide the battery release button on the bottom of the HP Jornada. Pull the original battery pack away from the device. Insert the new battery pack and push firmly until it clicks into place.

Backup battery

The coin-sized, lithium ion backup battery does not provide enough power to operate your HP Jornada. It is intended only to protect your data until the main battery is recharged. Ensure that the main battery is charged before you remove the backup battery. If the main battery is low or you are not sure, connect to AC power before you remove the backup battery.
To replace the backup battery
1. Using a small, Philips screwdriver, unscrew the cover plate from the backup battery compartment. Be careful not to misplace the small screw. Remove the backup battery. Insert a new 3-V CR2032 coin cell battery into the backup battery compartment with the positive (+) side facing up. Replace the cover plate and the screw.
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Do not mutilate, puncture, or dispose of batteries in fire. The batteries can burst or explode, releasing hazardous chemicals. Replace batteries with only the types recommended in this Users Guide. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.
Using the Power control panel
Use the Power control panel to check the status of your main and backup batteries and to set options that can increase battery life. These include setting options for power off or auto-suspend, setting options for power on, and setting controls to automatically dim the backlight.
To open the Power control panel
1. On the Start menu, point to Settings, tap Control Panel, and then double-tap the Power icon. or Double-tap the power status icon in the status area of the taskbar. The power status icon appears in the taskbar only under certain conditions, such as when battery power is low or when your HP Jornada is connected to external power.

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Before you leave

Before you put your HP Jornada in your briefcase, take a few minutes to prepare, and your trip will run smoothly. Identify your HP JornadaIf you will be traveling for an extended period, update the owner properties to include your address or contact information at your destination. Ensure proper modem configuration The built-in modem (models 680 and 690 only) is designed to meet the regulatory requirements within the country of purchase only. If you travel to another country, it is recommended that you use a PC Card modem that has been approved for use in that country to ensure that the regulatory requirements are met. For a list of approved PC Card modems, go to the HP Jornada accessories page on the Hewlett-Packard Web site at www.hp.com/jornada. SynchronizeMake sure your calendar, contacts, and tasks databases are up-to-date before you leave. Synchronize all items just before you back up and disconnect. Back up your dataPerform a full backup to your desktop computer and to a PC Card or CompactFlash Card. Carry the storage card with youif your HP Jornada loses power during the trip, you will be back up and running in no time. For more info, see the Backing up section in chapter 5. Charge batteriesMake sure that your main battery is fully charged and that your backup battery is good. Use the Power control panel to check battery status, and connect to AC power if the main battery is low or replace the backup battery if it is low. For more information, see the Managing battery power section in this chapter. Lock the audio buttons to prevent inadvertent activation of the record functionSlide the audio lock to the left, so the record or playback functions will not be activated by accident. Set your desktop computer to allow dial-inIf you plan to dial in to your desktop computer or synchronize from your destination, make sure you prepare your desktop computer accordingly, and that no one will turn it off while youre away. For details on setting up your desktop computer for remote synchronization, see the Synchronizing from a remote location section in chapter 3.

Voice Recorder, voice memos 59 Volume & Sound control panel 118, 121
Waiting for mobile device to disconnect message 41 Warm boot. See soft reset wav files 105 Wave sounds (.wav files) 105 Web, browsing 97 Web service, choosing 76 Web service, corporate accounts
connecting to 87 disconnecting from 88
Windows Explorer, overview 6 Windows folder 105 Windows NT Service Pack WINS address setting 83 WINS server address 88 Workbooks, creating 65 World Clock
control panel 118 described 8 setting 18
Web service information, inputting 78, 85, 86 Web service information, personal account 79 Web sites
additional applications 28 incorrect display 131
Welcome Wizard 16 WestTek JetCet color printing utilities 102 Windows 95
Dial-Up Networking version 1.2 upgrade 27

Windows 95

infrared drivers version 2.0 27

Windows CE

address bar 90 Application Manager 104 bitmaps (.2bp files) 105

Windows CE based devices

infrared transferring difficulties 134

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HP software product license agreement
Important: Please carefully read this License Agreement before operating the equipment. Rights to the software are offered only on the condition that the Customer agrees to all terms and conditions of the License Agreement. Operating the equipment indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions. If you do not agree to the License Agreement, you may return the unopened package for a full refund. In return for payment of the applicable fee, HP grants the Customer a license to the software, until terminated, subject to the following: Use: Customer may use the software on any one computer. Customer may not reverse, assemble, or decompile the software. Copies and adaptations: Customer may make copies or adaptations of the software: - for archival purposes, or - when copying or adaptation is an essential step in the use of the software with a computer so long as the copies and adaptations are used in no other manner. Customer has no other rights to copy unless Customer acquires an appropriate license to reproduce which is available from HP for some software. Customer agrees that no warranty, free installation, or free training is provided by HP for any copies or adaptations made by Customer. All copies and adaptations of the software must bear the copyright notice(s) contained in or on the original. Ownership: Customer agrees that they do not have any title or ownership of the software, other than ownership of the physical media.

 

Technical specifications

Full description

Small enough to drop into your coat pocket or handbag, the HP Jornada 680/690 Handheld PC weighs just one pound and yet packs all the features you would need in your busy day away from the desk. With a brilliantly lit color screen, you can work up to 8 hours without recharging while the built-in 56kps modem allows you to stay in touch via e-mail and surf the Web. Work comfortably on the roomy keyboard and when you finally return to your desk, enjoy fast and automatic synchronization with your desktop PC. The Jornada 680/690, give you no-hassle work and personal information management plus fast access and capture of important business information. The advantages continue with Microsoft Windows CE, Handheld PC Professional Edition software and Microsoft Pocket Office preinstalled and ready to go. Together with HP's exclusive productivity software, the HP Jornada 680/690 combines the power of desktop computing into a PC companion that's compact, convenient, and ready to work when you are!

General
Product TypeHandheld
Width7.4 in
Depth1.3 in
Height3.7 in
Weight18 oz
Processor
ProcessorHitachi SH-3 133 MHz
Memory
RAM16 MB - SDRAM
Supported Flash Memory CardsCompactFlash (type I)
Display
Display Type6.5" color CSTN
Display Resolution640 x 240
Image16-bit (64K colors)
Audio
Audio OutputSpeaker(s)
Audio InputMicrophone
Communications
ModemFax / modem
Max Transfer Rate56 Kbps
Input Device
TypeKeyboard, touch-screen, stylus
Expansion / Connectivity
Expansion Slot(s)1 x PC Card - type II 1 x CompactFlash Card - type I
Interfaces1 x serial - RS-232C - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9) 1 x infrared - IrDA 1 x modem - phone line - RJ-11
Connectivity Device(s)Docking cradle
Miscellaneous
Cables Included1 x serial cable
FeaturesSecurity lock slot (cable lock sold separately)
Power
Power DevicePower adapter
Voltage RequiredAC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Battery
Technology / Form FactorLithium ion
Run Time (Up To)8 hours
Operating System / Software
OS ProvidedMicrosoft Windows CE Handheld PC Professional Edition
SoftwareLandWare OmniSolve 1.01, Microsoft Pocket Access, Microsoft Pocket Excel, Microsoft Pocket Outlook, Microsoft Pocket PowerPoint, Microsoft Pocket Word, Microsoft Internet Explorer for Handheld PC, HP Jornada viewer, HP Jornada show, HP Jornada settings, HP Jornada quick pad, HP Jornada power, HP Jornada macro, HP Jornada hot keys, HP Jornada dialup, HP Jornada country selector, HP Jornada backup, Inso Outside In, Westtek JetcetPrint HP Lite, TrueSync CE 2.0, Trio PhoneManager 2.0, Sierra Imaging Image Expert CE 2.0, Microsoft Windows CE Services 2.2, bFAX Pro, bFIND
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support1 year warranty
Service & Support DetailsLimited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year - carry-in
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature32 °F
Max Operating Temperature104 °F
Humidity Range Operating0 - 90%
Min Storage Temperature32 °F
Max Storage Temperature140 °F
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandHewlett-Packard
Part NumberF1262A
GTIN00088698785508

 

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