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HP Tablet PC Series Docking Station
Document Part Number: 334244-001
This guide provides information on docking the tablet PC in the portrait position, enabling the default desktop video profiles, and undocking the tablet PC. It also provides operating instructions and troubleshooting procedures for common docking problems.
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Startup Guide HP Tablet PC Series Docking Station First Edition October 2003 Reference Number: TC1100/TR1105 Document Part Number: 334244-001
1 Getting Started
Unpacking the Box. Identifying the Docking Station Components. Front View. Right Side View. Back View. Left Side View. Using This Product Safely. 17
2 Docking and Undocking the Tablet PC
Connecting to a Power Source. 22 Docking the Tablet PC in the Portrait Position. 23 Keyboard Considerations. 23 Changing the Orientation and Viewing Angle. 29 Changing the Orientation. 29 Changing the Viewing Angle of the Tablet PC. 211 Using an External Keyboard and Mouse. 213 Using MultiBay Devices. 215 Inserting and Removing Devices. 216 Undocking the Tablet PC. 219 Turning the System On and Off. 220
3 Enabling the Default Desktop Video Profiles
Setting Up the Hardware. 32 Enabling the Default Profiles. 33
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4 Getting Help
HP Customer Care. HP Web Site. HP Authorized Reseller. Troubleshooting Problems, Causes and Solutions. Docking Problems. Tablet PC Orientation Problems. MultiBay Device Problems. 44
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This chapter lists the contents of the packing box and helps you to identify the Tablet PC Docking Station components. tablet PC components, refer to the For information on specificwith your tablet PC or the Reference Hardware Guide provided Guide on the Documentation Library CD included with this product. Before docking your tablet PC to the Docking Station, read the safety instructions in Using This Product Safely later in this chapter and the Important Safety Information document included with this product.
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Unpacking the Box
Make sure you unpack the following items.
Tablet PC Docking Station Screen protector AC adapter Warranty and service information This guide, Tablet PC Docking Station Startup Guide
Documentation Library CD
The Documentation Library CD provides additional product documentation, such as the Reference Guide, Safety & Comfort Guide, and Regulatory Agency Notices.
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Identifying the Docking Station Components
Holds the tablet PC when it is docked. Ejects the tablet PC from the docking stand. Connects to the tablet PC. Disconnects the tablet PC from the docking stand docking connectors when the release handle is pulled. Secures the tablet PC to the docking stand. Fit into the tablet PC docking alignment slots to align the tablet PC in the docking stand.
Docking stand Release handle Docking connector Docking eject pin
Docking restraint latch Docking alignment brackets (2)
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Right Side View
Supports a diskette drive, CD-ROM or CD-RW drive, DVD drive, DVD/CD-RW drive, or second hard drive. Tilts the docking stand forward and backward to enable different viewing angles and different docking modes.
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Connects a network cable. Connects an optional external monitor or overhead projector. Connects optional stereo headphones or powered stereo speakers, and connects the audio function of an audio/video device such as a television or VCR. Connects the stereo audio function of optional audio devices such as CD players. Connect optional USB devices. Connects an AC adapter.
RJ-45 network jack External monitor connector Audio line-out jack
Audio line-in jack USB connectors (3) AC power connector
When the tablet PC is docked, the RJ-45 network cable must be connected to the Docking Station and not to the tablet PC. For more information, refer to the Reference Guide on the Documentation Library CD.
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Left Side View
Connects optional USB devices. Ejects a MultiBay device from the bay. Attaches an optional security cable that secures the Docking Station to an immovable object and disables the MultiBay release lever.
External MultiBay connector MultiBay release lever Security cable slot
If an optional External MultiBay device is connected to a USB connector, the device must also be connected to AC power. See the Right Side View section earlier in this chapter. If an External MultiBay device is connected to the External MultiBay connector, it is not necessary to connect the External MultiBay device to AC power.
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Using This Product Safely
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. For more information, refer to the Regulatory Agency Notices guide on the Documentation Library CD.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to your equipment: Plug the power cord into an electrical outlet that is easily accessible at all times. Disconnect power from the product by unplugging the power cord from the electrical outlet. If provided with a three-pin attachment plug on your power cable, plug the cable into a grounded (earthed) three-pin outlet. Do not disable the power cord grounding pin. The grounding pin is an important safety feature.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious injury, read the Safety & Comfort Guide. It describes proper workstation setup, posture, and health and work habits for computer users, and provides important electrical and mechanical safety information. This guide is located on the Web at http://www.hp.com/ergo and on the Documentation Library CD that is included with the product.
For additional safety instructions, read the Important Safety Information document included with this product.
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Docking and Undocking the Tablet PC
This chapter provides the following procedures:
Connecting to a power source Docking the tablet PC (in portrait position with or without the keyboard attached) Changing the tablet PC orientation and viewing angle Using an external keyboard and mouse Using optional MultiBay devices Turning the system on and off
This guide provides instructions for docking theontablet PC in the portrait position. Refer to the Reference Guide the
Documentation Library CD for additional docking instructions, such as docking the tablet PC in the landscape position.
Connecting to a Power Source
The Docking Station must be connected to external power for operation.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to the equipment: Do not disable the power cord grounding plug. The grounding plug is an important safety feature. Plug the power cord into a grounded (earthed) electrical outlet that is easily accessible at all times. Disconnect power from the Docking Station by unplugging the power cord from the electrical outlet. Do not place anything on power cords or cables. Arrange them so that no one can accidentally step on or trip over them. Do not pull on a cord or cable. When unplugging from the electrical outlet, grasp the cord by the plug.
To connect to a power source: 1. Connect the AC adapter cable to the AC power connector on the back of the Docking Station 1. 2. Connect the power cord to the AC adapter 2. 3. Plug the power cord into an electrical outlet 3.
Connecting to a power source
Docking the Tablet PC in the Portrait Position
When docking the tablet PC, the tablet PC can be:
Powered on or off Docked with or without the optional keyboard
If the screen protector is attached, it must be resting on the tablet PC screen, and not folded back, to prevent blocking the docking connector. For more information on the screen protector, refer to the Reference Guide on the Documentation Library CD. the docking connector on the tablet PC is correctly To ensure thatthe docking connector on the Docking Station, connected to follow the procedures in this section carefully.
The docking stand is designed to accommodate the tablet PC with or without the keyboard attached.
Without the Keyboard Attached
When the tablet PC is correctly docked without the keyboard attached, the tablet PC will not be flush against the docking stand.
With the Keyboard Attached
The optional keyboard includes a docking connector pass-through so that the tablet PC can be docked with the keyboard attached. Before docking with the keyboard attached, close the tablet PC and keyboard, then slide the keyboard latch to the right to lock them together.
Securing the keyboard to the tablet PC
Docking andisundocking the tablet PC with the keyboard attached and opened not supported.
To dock the tablet PC in the portrait position: begin, Beforeonyoufirm, flatplace the Docking Station and the docking stand a surface. 1. Align the docking alignment slots on the lower edge of the tablet PC with the alignment brackets on the docking stand. Then, while supporting the back of the docking stand with one hand, lower the tablet PC into the docking stand until the lower edge of the tablet PC is firmly seated.
To prevent misdocking: Lower the tablet PC into the docking stand; do not push the tablet PC against the docking stand. Lower the 2 alignment slots on the tablet PC onto the 2 alignment brackets on the docking stand simultaneously and with equal pressure. The non-skid rubber pads on the bottom edge of the docking stand should rest against a firm, flat surface, such as a desk.
Seating the lower edge of the tablet PC in the docking stand in the portrait position
2. Align the docking connector on the back of the tablet PC with the docking connector on the docking stand. Then pivot the top of the tablet PC toward the top of the docking stand until the connectors are positioned for the connection.
To prevent misdocking, be sure the alignment slots on the lower edge of the tablet PC are correctly inserted into the alignment brackets on the docking base before positioning the docking connectors for the connection.
Aligning and positioning the docking connectors in the portrait position
3. Using both hands, place your thumbs on the pressure points shown below on the front of the tablet PC and your fingers on the pressure points shown below on the back of the docking stand. Then squeeze the tablet PC and docking stand connectors together firmly. Be sure to apply equal and simultaneous pressure on all 4 pressure points. A snap and click can be heard when the attachment and connection are secure.
Identifying the pressure points on the tablet PC and the docking stand in the portrait position
If the docking stand is positioned in writing mode, simply press the tablet PC into place. For more information on writing mode, refer to the Reference Guide on the Documentation Library CD.
Docking the tablet PC in writing mode
your desktop video or customize To setsettings, see Chapter profiles for the first time Desktop your 3, Enabling the Default Video Profiles.
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Changing the Orientation and Viewing Angle
The Docking Station enables you to change the orientation of the tablet PC. You can change the orientation from portrait (vertical) to landscape (horizontal). You can also change the angle of the tablet PC from a viewing position (viewing mode) to a handwriting position (writing mode).
Changing the Orientation
To change the tablet PC orientation from portrait to landscape:
Turn the tablet PC counterclockwise.
Changing the tablet PC from portrait to landscape
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To change the tablet PC orientation from landscape to portrait:
Turn the tablet PC clockwise.
Changing the tablet PC from landscape to portrait
Changing the orientation also automatically changes the orientation of the images on the tablet PC screen.
The docking handle should only be on the top or left.
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Changing the Viewing Angle of the Tablet PC
The pivot arm that connects the docking stand to the base of the Docking Station enables you to change the angle of the tablet PC from viewing mode to writing mode.
Tablet PC in viewing mode
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Tablet PC in writing mode
Changing the tablet PC between viewing mode and writing mode activates the NVIDIA nView Desktop Manager utility that automatically changes the mode of the tablet PC. For more information, see Chapter 3, Enabling the Default Desktop Video Profiles.
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Using an External Keyboard and Mouse
To use a keyboard and pointing device while the tablet PC is docked:
Connect an external USB keyboard and mouse to the Docking Station.
that your profiles are enabled. See Make sure Enablingdesktop videoDesktop Video Profiles, for Chapter 3, the Default more information.
Tablet PC correctly docked with the keyboard attached
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Docking and undocking the tablet PC with the keyboard attached and opened is not supported.
Tablet PC incorrectly docked with the keyboard attached
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Using MultiBay Devices
The following MultiBay devices can be used with the docking station:
Diskette drive CD-ROM or CD-RW drive DVD drive DVD/CD-RW drive Hard drive
CAUTION: Static electricity can damage electronic components. Before beginning the following procedures, make sure you are grounded (discharged of static electricity) by briefly touching a grounded, unpainted metal object or surface.
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Inserting and Removing Devices
Device Action Inserting Removing Power State Off Off
Diskette Hard drive CD-RW DVD/CD-RW
Off or on (Not Standby or Hibernation) Off or on (Not Standby or Hibernation)
To insert a MultiBay device:
Slide the device into the bay.
Inserting a MultiBay device
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To eject a MultiBay device:
CAUTION: Be sure all MultiBay activity has stopped before removing a drive from the MultiBay. Removing a drive before MultiBay activity has stopped can result in data loss.
1. Pull the MultiBay release lever.
Pulling the MultiBay release lever
If a security cable is inserted in the security cable slot, the cable must be removed before the release lever can be pulled.
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2. Pull the device out of the bay.
Removing a MultiBay device
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Undocking the Tablet PC
When undocking, the tablet PC can be powered on or off. To undock the tablet PC: 1. Pull the release handle.
Pulling the release handle
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2. Pull the tablet PC away and out of the docking stand.
Removing the tablet PC from the docking stand
Turning the System On and Off
When the tablet PC is docked in the Tablet PC Docking Station, turn the system on or off using the power button on the tablet PC. Power to the tablet PC can be on or off when docking or undocking.
Enabling the Default Desktop Video Profiles
The tablet PC desktop video profiles enable you to optimize your work environment for your preferred work style. The NVIDIA nView Desktop Manager utility automatically changes the video profile (settings) of the tablet PC when you dock and undock it in the Docking Station. tablet PC Theadditional is shipped with only the undocked profile enabled. All profiles are disabled. HP recommends that you enable the profiles when you add a Tablet PC Docking Station, full-sized monitor, or external keyboard and mouse to the system. To begin using the desktop video profiles:
Set up the hardware. Enable the default profiles.
information Forthe Reference on customizing the desktop video profiles, refer to Guide on the Documentation Library CD.
Setting Up the Hardware
Ensure that the hardware is arranged so that the tablet PC display and the external monitor are in a comfortable viewing position and so that the keyboard, mouse, and Docking Station are easy to reach.
Tablet PC docked in viewing mode with external monitor, keyboard, and mouse
To set up the hardware: 1. Connect a full-sized monitor, USB keyboard, and USB mouse to the Docking Station (optional). 2. With the tablet PC turned off, dock the tablet PC in the Docking Station. (See Chapter 2, Docking and Undocking the Tablet PC.) 3. Turn on the tablet PC.
Enabling the Default Profiles
To enable the default profiles: 1. Select Start > Control Panel > Other Control Panel Options > NVIDIA > nView Desktop Manager icon > Profiles tab.
Alternatively, you can right-click on the desktop, then select nView Properties > nView Desktop Manager icon > Profiles tab.
2. In the upper portion of the Profiles tab, select the check boxes for the profiles you want to activate. 3. Select the OK button. 4. Test the default video profile: a. Undock the tablet PC. b. Dock the tablet PC. normal for the or be dark momentarily It isorientation to bescreen to flickerexpected until a profile isor for the different than completely activated. When you dock the tablet PC, the default video profile is activated:
The image on the external monitor is displayed in landscape view. The image on the external monitor is an extension of the Windows desktop from the tablet PC. The taskbar is displayed on the external monitor. Application windows may be dragged from one monitor to another.
Experiment with the default profiles to determine whether they are suitable for your work style.
HP Customer Care
In North America, call HP Customer Care at 1-800-474-6836. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
For continuous quality improvement, calls may be recorded or monitored.
Outside North America, call the nearest HP Customer Care. Telephone numbers for HP Customer Care are listed on the HP Web site. Access the HP Web site by logging on to the Internet at http://www.hp.com. Select your country or region from the drop-down list. Be sure to have the following items and information available before you call HP:
Your Tablet PC Docking Station Serial numbers of all HP hardware (located on the product identification labels attached to the hardware) Conditions under which the problem has occurred Hardware and software you are using (if applicable) A list of the devices and error messages received
HP Web Site
The HP Web site has the latest information on this product as well as the latest drivers. You can access the HP Web site by logging on to the Internet at http://www.hp.com.
HP Authorized Reseller
For the name of your nearest HP authorized reseller:
In the United States, call 1-800-345-1518. In Canada, call 1-800-263-5868. In other regions, refer to the HP Web site for locations and telephone numbers or the Worldwide Telephone Numbers booklet (in English only) included with the tablet PC.
Troubleshooting Problems, Causes and Solutions
This section provides common problems, causes, and solutions when docking the tablet PC, changing the orientation, and inserting a multibay device. For additional troubleshooting information, see the Reference Guide on the Documentation Library CD.
Tablet PC is not properly docked.
The tablet PC is not fully seated.
Be sure to support the back of the docking stand with your hand when you dock the tablet PC. Squeeze the upper corners of the tablet PC and the docking stand together to seat the docking connectors. Realign the tablet PC and squeeze the upper corners of the tablet PC and the docking stand together while supporting the back of the docking stand. Pull the release handle farther out.
The tablet PC is not aligned with the docking stand alignment brackets. Tablet PC will not undock. The eject pin may not have exerted enough force.
Applying excessive force may damage system components.
Tablet PC Orientation Problems
Tablet PC is not the primary display.
The tablet PC is in viewing mode.
Change the tablet PC to writing mode. See Changing the Viewing Angle of the Tablet PC in this guide. For more information regarding the tablet PC viewing and writing modes, refer to the Software Guide on the Documentation LIbrary CD. Enable Desktop Video Profiles. See Chapter 3, Enabling the Default Desktop Video Profiles. Reset the default applications in the profile preferences. See Chapter 3, Enabling the Default Desktop Video Profiles.
Default applications are not showing when the tablet PC is in viewing or writing modes.
Desktop Video Profile has been disabled. The applications have been removed from the profile.
MultiBay Device Problems
MultiBay drive is not recognized as part of the system.
The drive is not properly inserted in the MultiBay.
Remove the drive, then reinsert it as shown in Using MultiBay Devices in Chapter 2.
AC adapter 22 AC power connector 15 aligning the tablet PC 25 alignment brackets 13, 25 alignment slots 16, 25 angle, changing tablet PC 211 audio line-in jack 15 audio line-out jack 15
Desktop Video Profiles 212 diskette drive 215 docking connector 13 problems 43 stand 13 tablet PC 23, 27 with keyboard 213 docking eject pin 13 docking restraint latch 13 DVD drive 215 DVD/CD-RW drive 215
brackets, alignment 13
CD-ROM drive 215 CD-RW drive 215 components back 15 front 13 left side 16 right side 14 connectors and connecting AC adapter 22 docking 13 external devices 16 external MultiBay 16 power 22 USB devices 15
electric shock warning 22 external devices, connectors and connecting 15
handle, release 13 hard drive 215 help resources 41 horizontal orientation 29 HP authorized reseller 42
jacks, connection 15
landscape orientation 29
MultiBay devices connector 16 inserting 216 problems 44 release lever 16 removing 216, 217
release lever, MultiBay 16, 217 RJ-45 network jack 15
screen protector, docking with 23 security cable slot 16 static electricity 215
tablet PC docking alignment slots 16 orientation 29, 210 technical support 41 troubleshooting 41 turning system on/off 220
network jack 15
orientation changing 29, 210 problems 44
pivot arm 14 portrait orientation 29 power connector 22 power cord 22 power source 22 problems 43
undocking 219 USB connector location 15
vertical orientation 29 viewing mode 29, 211 views 210
release handle, docking stand 13, 219
writing mode 29, 211
Compaq Tablet PC TC1000
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Pen Tip Pen Button Pen Barrel Pen Tether Eyelet Battery Bay Power Switch Front View
7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.
Mobile Keyboard (attached) AC Adapter Light Battery Light Wireless LAN Activity Light Tablet PC Input Panel Launch Journal Launch Button Rotate Button Right View
Power Switch Power/Standby Light E-mail Launch Button Windows Security Button Jog Dial Speaker (1 of 2)
7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
Microphone Jack Headset Jack Audio-out Jack Speaker (1 of 2) Microphone
DA - 11429
North America Version 14 December 15, 2003
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
AC Power Connector External Monitor Connector RJ-45 Network Jack RJ-11 Telephone Jack External Multibay Connector
6. 7. 8. 9.
USB Connector PC Card Slot Keyboard Connector Antenna (not visible from outside of tablet PC)
Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Tablet PC form factor with pen and keyboard support Innovative mobile keyboard Innovative docking station
At A Glance
Weighs 3.0 lb (1.36 kg) Less than 1 in/ thin 10.4-inch XGA TFT display Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 256-MB SDRAM upgradeable to 768 MB 30-GB User removable hard drive Integrated mini PCI 56K V.90 modem plus 10/100 NIC Internal Wireless LAN
Use either pen or mobile keyboard Ultra-light weight 3.0 lb (1.36 kg) Innovative keyboard attachment Docking with or without keyboard Easy transitions with multi-monitor docking profiles Magnesium alloy case
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
10.4-inch color TFT XGA with 1024 x 768 resolution
Processor and Panel
1 GHz Transmeta Crusoe 5800 512-KB cache 10.4-inch color TFT XGA with 1024 x 768 resolution (up to 16.7M colors internal)
Standard 256 MB (133-MHz) SDRAM One open user configurable memory slot, Maximum 768-MB (133-MHz) SDRAM NOTE: 24 MB of system RAM is reserved for processor usage. NOTE: Due to the non-industry standard nature of some third-party memory modules, we strongly recommend using only Compaq branded memory modules to ensure compatibility.
nVidia GeForce2Go with 16-MB SDRAM
Internal Type III Mini PCI 56K (V.90/V.92) modem + WLAN 802.11b Internal 10/100 NIC NOTE: Designed only to allow faster downloads from (V.90/V.92) compliant sources. Maximum achievable download transmission rates currently do not reach 56 KB/s, and will vary with line conditions. NOTE: Communication availability is subject to country regulatory approval.
Command Controls Buttons
The Compaq Tablet PC TC1000 comes with Command Control Buttons designed to increase customer productivity by providing one-touch access to rotate screen, favorite Internet destinations, files, or applications. 3 programmable pen activated buttons 3 programmable side buttons
95% of full-size 101-key compatible keyboard with isolated, inverted-T cursor control keys, and right-control key NOTE: A USB Keyboard is required to unbundle software and edit BIOS settings and may be required install software.
Compaq Tablet PC Pen (Included) Compaq Tablet PC Keyboard with Pointstick (Included) NOTE: Handwriting recognition software is available in Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition.
PC Card Slots
One Type II PC Card Slot that supports both 32-bit CardBus and 16-bit PCMCIA Cards
Compact Flash Slots
One Compaq Flash slot
Internal Hard Drive
30-GB SMART Hard drive or 40-GB SMART Hard drive
NOTE: External MultiBay or Tablet PC Docking Station required for MultiBay drives.
Multimedia Compaq Premier Sound for enhanced stereo audio Integrated 16-bit Sound Blaster Pro-compatible stereo audio 2 Integrated speakers and microphone External volume controls Stereo Headphone-out Mono Headphone-out/Microphone in Microphone in Software MPEG1 support DVD movie playback software available with DVD-ROM Drive with DVD movie playback* DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive*
NOTE: Voice recognition software available in Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition. An external boom microphone is recommended for voice recognition.
PC Card Slot Compact Flash Slot External Monitor Stereo Headphone Mono Headphone/ Microphone Microphone in Modem NIC USB 2.0 Port LED Status Indicators AC Power
1, Type II Analog VGA 1, 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack 1, 2.5 mm headset jack 1, 3.5 mm microphone jack 1 RJ-RJ-45 2, 1 with support for External MultiBay 3 1
Setup Password with pen support Power-On Password with pen support DriveLock Enabled for PC Card options
65W External AC Adapter
40W/Hr internal main Lithium-Ion battery, Bridge battery - Allows user to swap main battery with the system power in standby.
Instant-on via Standby Hibernation ACPI compliant
Under Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, MultiBay devices may be hot swapped. Writeable drives should only be MultiBay Devices (with optional External MultiBay swapped with power off. or Docking Station)
The Etymology of a Model name:
CTC1000T100X030C25T 470044-783 CPU Display Memory Hard Drive Discrete Video Memory Communications Input Device Operating System Battery 1 GHz Transmeta Crusoe 5800 512-KB cache 10.4-inch color TFT XGA with 1024 x 768 resolution Standard Maximum 30GB nVidia GeForce2Go with 16-MB SDRAM Internal Type III Mini PCI 56K (V.90) modem Compaq Tablet PC Pen, Compaq Tablet PC Keyboard with Pointstick Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 6-cell Lithium-Ion 256MB 200-MHz SDRAM 768MB total (256MB 200MHz + 512MB 133MHz)
CPU Display Memory Hard Drive Discrete Video Memory Communications Input Device Operating System Battery
1 GHz Transmeta Crusoe 5800 512-KB cache 10.4-inch color TFT XGA with 1024 x 768 resolution Standard Maximum 30GB nVidia GeForce2Go with 16-MB SDRAM Internal Type III Mini PCI 56K (V.90) modem + WLAN 802.11b Compaq Tablet PC Pen, Compaq Tablet PC Keyboard with Pointstick Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 6-cell Lithium-Ion 256MB 200-MHz SDRAM 768MB total (256MB 200MHz + 512MB 133MHz)
CTC1000T100X040851T 470056-156 CPU Display Memory
1 GHz Transmeta Crusoe 5800 512-KB cache 10.4-inch color TFT XGA with 1024 x 768 resolution Standard Maximum 512MB SDRAM (256MB 200-MHz base + 256 133-MHz in memory slot) 768MB total (256MB 200MHz + 512MB 133MHz)
Hard Drive Discrete Video Memory Communications Input Device Operating System Battery
40GB nVidia e2Go with 16-MB SDRAM Internal Type III Mini PCI 56K (V.90) modem + WLAN 802.11b Compaq Tablet PC Pen, Compaq Tablet PC Keyboard with Pointstick Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 6-cell Lithium-Ion
CTC1000T100X030825TN (N) NAFTA Compliant 470045-255
Memory 128-MB (133MHz) Memory Upgrade 256-MB (133 MHz) Memory Upgrade 512-MB (133 MHz) Memory Upgrade
197897-B25 197898-B25 238830-B25
NOTE: Due to the non-industry standard nature of some third-party memory modules, we strongly recommend using only Compaq branded memory modules to ensure compatibility.
Compaq TFT1825 Dual Mode 18" Flat Panel (carbon/silver) Compaq TFT1701 17" Flat Panel (carbon/silver) Compaq TFT7020 17" Flat panel with speakers (carbon/silver) Compaq TFT1501 15" Flat Panel (carbon/silver) Compaq S9500 CRT 19-inch (carbon/silver) Compaq S7500 CRT 17-inch (carbon/silver)
296751-003 292847-003 253217-001 301042-003 261615-001 261606-001
External Multibay Cradle 24X Combo DVD/CD-RW Drive 16X CD-RW Drive 8X DVD Drive 24X Max CD-ROM Drive NOTE: MultiBay devices may only be used in External MultiBay or Docking Station MultiBay.
217388-001 269089-B25 269088-B25 138230-B25 298452-B25
1.44MB Diskette Drive 30-GB Hard Disk Drive 40-GB Hard Disk Drive NOTE: MultiBay hard drive options may only be used in External MultiBay or Docking Station MultiBay.
226935-B25 212791-B25 263472-B25
Other Storage Devices
IBM 1-GB Microdrive (PC card Device) USB Diskette drive
Compaq Type III Mini PCI 56K (V.90) Modem Compaq M420 56K Global Modem 10/100 TX PC Card UTP Controller 100BaseTX Ethernet Upgrade 1394 PC Card
225640-B31 317900-001 335506-B21 225435-001 177593-B25
NOTE: Designed only to allow faster downloads from V.90 compliant sources. Maximum achievable download transmission rates currently do not reach 56 KB/s, and will vary with line conditions.
Tablet PC Docking Station
Lithium-Ion battery (internal)
Input Devices Extra Tablet PC Mobile Keyboard Extra Tablet PC Pen USB 2 Button Scroll Mouse (carbon) USB External Keyboard
303178-001 303176-B25 195255-B25 222726-008
Common Power Solutions External Multiple Battery Charger ** AC Adapter 65W Auto Power Adapter/Charger Aircraft Power Adapter AC Line Cord (3.1 m/10-ft) External Batter Charger (Single)
265604-001 265602-001 265649-B25 291370-B25 217932-002 265603-001
Biometric PC Card Security Cable Lock Compaq Smart Card PC Card Reader
146805-B25 294316-B21 135646-B25
MP4800 Digital Projector MP3800 Digital Projector MP1200 Digital Projector Xb31 Digital Projector sb21 Digital Projector
L1549A-ABA L1548A-ABA L1547A-ABA L1511A-ABA L1510A-ABA
Tablet PC Executive Slim-line Portfolio Tablet PC Executive Workstation Portfolio Compaq Ultralight Case (nylon) Compaq Ultralight Case (leather) Compaq Plus Case Compaq Professional Case (nylon) Compaq Professional Case (leather)
310616-B25 303177-B25 167336-B21 242359-B25 242360-B25 242361-B25 242362-B25
System Unit Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight Stand-Alone Power Requirements 10.4-inch TFT panel display Approximate Nominal Operating Voltage (Li-Ion) Maximum Operating Power Peak Operating Power Temperature Relative Humidity Operating Non-operating Operating Non-operating Shock Vibration Maximum Altitude (unpressurized Operating Non-operating Operating Non-operating Operating Non-operating
10.8 x 8.5 x.8 in (27.4 x 21.6 x 2.0 cm) 3 lb (1.4 kg) Tablet PC only 4 lb (1.8 kg) Tablet PC with keyboard 14.8 VDC 40W 38W 50 to 95 F (10 to 35 C) -4 to 140 F (-20 to 60 C) 10% to 90% relative humidity, non-condensing 5% to 90% relative humidity, 101.6 F (38.7 C) maximum wet bulb temperature 10 G, 11 ms, half-sine 60 G, 11 ms, half-sine 0.5 G, 10 to 500 Hz, 0.5 Oct/Min sweep rate 1.0 G, 10 to 500 Hz, 0.5 Oct/Min sweep rate 0 to 10,000 ft (3,048 m), (14.7 to 10.1 psia) 0 to 30,000 ft (9,144 m), (14.7 to 4.4 psia)
10.4-Inch Color TFT XGA Dimensions (H x W) Display Diagonal Size Mounting Number of Colors Contrast Ratio Brightness Pixel Resolution
9.29 x 6.82 in (23.6 x 17.3 cm) 10.4 in (26.41 cm) Internal Panel Supports, Flange Mounted Up to 16.8M 150:nt typ Pitch Format Configuration 0.264 x 0.264 mm 1024 x 768 RGB stripe
Backlight Character Display
Edge Lit 80 x 25
Total Power Consumption 3.75W
Internal Memory Configurable Memory
256MB 200MHz Standard 128 MB (133 MHz) 256 MB (133 MHz) 512 MB (133 MHz)
External AC Adapter
Weight Power Supply (Input)
0.62 lb (0.28 kg) Operating Voltage Operating Current Operating Frequency Range Maximum Transient 90 to 260 VAC RMS 1.7 A RMS 47 to 63 Hz AC 4/50 kV
Internal Lithium-Ion Battery Pack Weight Cells Energy 0.65 lb (0.30 kg) 6-cell Lithium-Ion Voltage Amp-hour capacity Watt-hour capacity Temperature Operating (Charging) Operating (Discharging) Non-operating Battery Re-Charge Time System in OFF mode or Standby System ON (depending of system power consumption) 11.1 V 3.6Ah 40Wh
32 to 104 F (0 to 40 C) 14 to 122 F (-10 to 50 C) -4 to 140 F (-20 to 60 C) 2.5 hours 3 to 6 hours
Tablet PC Pen
Dimensions (Length) Weight Nominal Operating Voltage (Li-Ion)
5.1 in (130.1 mm) 0.66 oz (18.7 g) Battery Alkaline AAAA, 1.5 VDC
MultiBay CD-RW Drive (optional)
MultiBay Drive Center Hole Diameter Disk Diameter Disk Thickness Track Pitch Access Times (typical reads, including settling) Audio Output Level Cache Buffer Data Transfer Rate (typical, including settling)
Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight 0.59 in (1.5 cm) 12 cm/8 cm 0.047 in (1.2 mm) 0.74 m Random Full-Stroke Line-out 128 KB/s (minimum) Sustained (16X) Sustained 4X CD-RW Normal PIO Mode 4 (single burst)
0.5 x 5.21 x 4.97 in (1.27 x 13.25 x 12.61 cm) 0.74 lb (0.34 kg)
< 150 ms < 225 ms 0.7 Vrms 150 KB/s 5,520 KB/s 16.6 MB/s
Start-up Time Stop Time
< 15 seconds < 6 seconds
MultiBay DVD-ROM Drive MultiBay Drive (optional) Center Hole Diameter Disk Diameter Disk Thickness Track Pitch Access Times (typical reads, including settling) Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight 0.59 in (1.5 cm) 12 cm/8 cm 0.43 in (1.09 cm) 0.74 m Random (typical) Full-Stroke (typical) Random (typical) Full-Stroke (typical) Cache Buffer Data Transfer Rate (typical, including settling) 512 KB/s (minimum) Max 24X CD Max 8X DVD Normal PIO Mode 4 (single burst) Start-up Time Stop Time < 12 seconds < 3 seconds
0.5 x 5.21 x 4.97 in (1.27 x 13.25 x 12.61 cm) 0.66 lb (0.3 kg)
< 180 ms DVD Media < 300 ms DVD Media < 120 ms CD Media < 200 ms CD Media 3600 KB/s (150 KB/s at 1X CD rate) 10,800 KB/s (1352 KB/s at 1X DVD rate) 16.6 MB/s
MultiBay 24X CD-ROM Drive (optional)
MultiBay Drive Applicable Disk
Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight
0.5 x 5.21 x 4.97 in (1.27 x 13.25 x 12.61 cm) 0.50 lb (0.22 kg)
CD-ROM (Mode 1, 2 and 3), CD-XA ready (Mode 2, Form 1 and 2), CD-I ready (Mode 2, Form 1 and 2), CD-R (read only), CD Plus, Photo CD (Single and Multi-session), CDExtra, Video CD, CD-WO (fixed packets only), CD-Bridge 0.59 in (15 mm)12 cm, 8 cm 0.047 in (0.12 cm) 1.6 m Random Full-Stroke Line-out 128 KB Sustained (16X) Variable Normal PIO Mode 4 (single burst) 150 KB/s (sustained 1X) 1500 to 3600 KB/s (10X to 24X) 16.66 MB/s < 150 ms < 300 ms 0.7 Vrms
Center Hole Diameter Disk Diameter Disk Thickness Track Pitch Access Times (typical reads, including settling) Audio Output Level Cache Buffer Data Transfer Rate (typical, including settling)
< 8 seconds < 4 seconds
MiniPCI 802.11b + V.92 Modem (Common Specifications) Form Factor Weight Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Humidity Altitude Plug and Play OS Support Operating Voltage MiniPCI Type 3A 0.036 lb (14.2 g) (maximum) Operating Non-operating Operating Non-operating Operating Non-operating
50 to 104 F (10 to 40 C) (average case temperature) -4 to 140 F (-20 to 60 C) 10 to 90% (non-condensing) 5 to 90% 0 to 10,000 ft (3048 m) 0 to 30,000 ft (9146 m)
Microsoft Windows Plug and Play compliant Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 3.3V power operation
MiniPCI 802.11b + V.92 Modem (Radio Specifications) RF Network Standard Frequency Band IEEE 802 Part 11b (802.11b) 2,4000 to 2.4835 GHz 2,4465 to 2.4835 GHz (France) 2,4000 to 2,4697 GHz (Japan) Worldwide Certification United States (FCC) France (FR) Japan (JP) Other countries Data Rates Antenna type WEP Security 1, 2, 5.5, 11 Mbps 14 13
Number of Selectable Sub-channels
Two integrated antennas supporting transmit and receive diversity. 64-bit encryption keys compliant to IEEE 802.11 128-bit encryption key compliant to IEEE 802.11 Ability to enter keys manually or via pass-phrase
Network Architecture Models Modulation Technique Receiver Sensitivity Bit Error Rate (1E-5)
Ad-hoc (Peer to Peer) Infrastructure (Access Points Required) Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK 11 Mbps: <80 dBm 5.5 Mbps: <83 dBm 2 Mbps: <85 dBm 1 Mbps: <87 dBm 4 dBm 18 dBm Radio On/Off control through Qutilities or Control Panel Transfer mode: < 600 mA, maximum Receive mode: < 400 mA, maximum Standby mode: 70 mA, nominal 802.11 Compliant Power Saving Power Saving Mode selectable through the configuration utility ACPI compliant power management CSMA/CA (Collision Avoidance) with ACK TCP/IP IPX/SPX UDP Flashing LED AP Search Mode Solid LED On LED Off Power Off Data Rate 11 Mbps 5.5 Mbps 1 Mbps ACPI Operating Distance 1000 feet Open sight 100 feet Closed space (Steel Space) 1100 feet Open sight 200 feet Closed space (Steel Space) 1200 feet Open sight 300 feet Closed space (Steel Space)
Maximum Receive Level Output Power (approximately) Power Management Power Consumption
Power Saving Option
Media Access Protocol Protocols Supported
Throughput > 4.5 Mbps > 2 Mbps > 700 Kbps Power Management Support
MiniPCI 802.11b + V.92 Modem (Modem Specifications) Modem Device Driver Name Data Mode Capabilities Agere Systems AC'97 Modem
V.92/ V.90 (a-law, mu-law) V.8bis V.80 V42.bis, MNP5 (Compression) V.42 (LAPM, MNP2-4) (Error Correction) V.34 (file date: 10/96) Optional symbol rates: 2800, 3429 Asymmetric Symbol rates Synchronous primary channel data signaling rates: 33600, 31200 Automatic rate re-negotiation V.32bis V.32 V.23 V.22bis V.22 V.21 Bell 212A Bell 103J TIA-578-S (Class 1) T.30, T.4 (Group 3) V.17 V.29 V.27ter V.21 Channel 2 V.250 (Partial) TIA-602 Identification: + GMI, + GMM, + GMR Port control: + IPR, + ICF, + IFC, + Iirr Modulation: + MS, + MR, + MA Error control: + ES, + ER, + EB, + ESR, + ETBM Data compression: + DS, + DR V.251 Transfer mode: < 200 mA, maximum Standby mode: 5 mA, nominal
Fax Mode Capabilities
Internal 10/100 NIC Form Factor OS Support Power Management Support NIC Device Driver Name Data Link Layers Ethernet Features LAN on Motherboard Windows XP Tablet PC Edition ACPI Intel PRO/100 P Mobile Combo Adapter IEEE 802.2 LLC SNAP
10 Mbps Ethernet: IEEE 802.3 standard 10BASE-T 100 Mbps Ethernet: IEEE 802.3u standard 100BASE-TX Full Duplex at 10 and 100Mbps Auto-Negotiation Boot on LAN from OFF Lower Power State on Link Loss IBM LAN Server Version 1.2, 1.3, 2.0, 4.0 Microsoft NT 3.51, NT 4.0. Windows 2000 Novell Netware 3.1x, 4.x, 5.x TCP/IP Novell IPX/SPX and Microsoft compatible Novel IPX ODI Microsoft NetBEUI IBM DLC
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