HTC - Sprint
The HTC EVO Shift 4G for Sprint follows in the footsteps of the award-winning HTC EVO 4G. The EVO Shift 4G brings customers an attractive, streamlined design with the addition of a sliding QWERTY keyboard and an astonishing list of features. EVO Shift's custom browser is optimized for convenient mobile use with functions like pinch-to-zoom and automatically reflowing text, while Sprint 4G speeds ensure that rich internet content are displayed the way they are meant to be seen. The slide-out ... Read more
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User reviews and opinions
|frutik||7:17pm on Friday, October 15th, 2010|
|Runs Vista Business quite well I must say. Very good quility product from HTC None that i can think of I recommend getting an invisible shield for it. Cool cool device. Small and very functional. Runs Vista well and light and comfortable to use.|
|ESTEVE||2:54pm on Monday, September 27th, 2010|
|Great device, convenient, fully functional Keys a bit small,. battery life disappointing.|
|desguazar||12:34am on Friday, June 25th, 2010|
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|seahen||12:40am on Thursday, June 24th, 2010|
|Jst like the original just like the original equipment that came with my Advantage X7510.|
|Jim Hester||5:19am on Thursday, April 8th, 2010|
|The device work pretty good. the battery life is expected while its mini laltop UMPC. hope they will realese a higher last battery.|
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26 Getting Started
1.4 Using the Screen Protection Sheet
Use the supplied screen protection sheet to protect the touch screen from scratches, moisture, or smudges. To attach the screen protection sheet to the touch screen 1. Peel o a small part of the screen protection sheet from its left and right corners.
2. Attach the screen protection sheet starting from the top of the touch screen.
3. Peel o the back sheet and then x the whole protection sheet to cover the touch screen.
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1.5 Adjusting the Touch Panel
You can slide out and tilt the touch panel to an angle to use the Mobile Computer as a notebook PC, or fold down the touch panel into a tablet. To slide out and tilt the touch panel 1. Hold the left and right sides of the Mobile Computer with both hands. 2. Push from the base of the touch panel with your left and right thumbs and slide the touch panel outward to reveal the hardware keyboard.
3. To tilt up the touch panel, press your left and right thumbs down on the base of the touch panel and then use your left and right index ngers to push up the panel.
28 Getting Started To fold down the touch panel into a tablet 1. Hold the Mobile Computer with both hands. 2. Fold down the touch panel by pressing down on the left and right sides of the panel.
3. From the upper left and right edges of the touch panel, push and slide the touch panel towards you until the panel is aligned with the base of the keyboard.
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1.6 Inserting a Memory Card
On the right side of the Mobile Computer, there is an SDIO slot that mainly serves as an SD memory card reader. If you have a digital cameras SD card, you can view and copy photos and other media from your SD card onto the Mobile Computer. When inserting your SD card, make sure to insert it with the contacts facing down and the cut-off corner directed toward the slot.
To remove the SD card, press the card to pop it out of the slot.
1.7 Powering On the Mobile Computer for the First Time
After inserting your SIM card and battery and charging the battery to full charge, you can power on and set up your Mobile Computer.
Turn on the power
1. On the right side of your Mobile Computer, slide the POWER/HOLD switch to the right for 1 to 2 seconds and release. 2. The Mobile Computer starts up and runs the Power On Self Test (POST). The POST is a series of built-in diagnostics performed by the BIOS in the Mobile Computer when it is started.
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Tip During startup, press the DEL key if you need to enter the BIOS and change BIOS settings. To protect your Mobile Computer from unauthorized use, it is recommended that you set a supervisor password in the BIOS. See Chapter 5 for details.
3. After the POST nishes, you will be prompted to set up Windows Vista.
Tips You can shutdown either from the Control Center or Windows Vista Start menu. See Chapter 2 for details. To prevent accidental keyboard or touch screen actions when the Mobile Computer is in the carrying case, slide the POWER/HOLD switch to the left until you hear a click. You will then see an orange dot beside the switch.
Set up Windows Vista Business Edition
Your Mobile Computer is preinstalled with Windows Vista Business Edition. The first time you turn on your Mobile Computer, Windows Vista runs a setup wizard to detect hardware components and install drivers. Follow the instructions on the screen to set up Windows Vista and complete the wizard.
Install the anti-virus software
Your Mobile Computer comes with PC-cillin Internet Security which is Trend Micros anti-virus software. Before installing this anti-virus software: Log into Windows with Administrator privileges. Disable or remove any other rewall you may have running (such as the Windows Firewall). Close all windows other than the installer window.
To install Pc-cillin Internet Security 1. Open Windows Explorer and go to this folder: C:\Program Files\TrendMicro You will nd an.exe le which is a compressed le of the anti-virus softwares installer. 2. Run the.exe le. 3. A dialog box opens and shows the default folder where the installer will be saved. Tap Next to start extracting the installer.
Getting Started 31 4. After the extraction process is complete, a shortcut icon to the installer will be added to the Windows Desktop. Double-click or double-tap this icon to run the installer. 5. Click or tap Install Program to begin installing the anti-virus software. 6. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. When done, tap Finish.
1.8 Switching Between Windows Vista and SnapVUE
Your Mobile Computer features two operational modes: Windows Vista and SnapVUE.
SnapVUE is an instant-on mode that gives you up-to-date weather information, SMS messaging, and a Direct Push function that enables you to receive instant work e-mails (Outlook E-mail) from your companys Exchange Server mailbox. You can switch to SnapVUE mode anytime, whether Windows Vista is running or off. To switch to SnapVUE mode Press the SnapVUE button.
Check battery status
To check the battery status, tap the Battery icon in the notification area of the taskbar. This opens a pop-up menu which shows the remaining battery time. From the menu, you can also select a power management plan and access the Windows Mobility Center if you want to set additional power savings options.
Tip You can also check the battery status and set a power plan in the Control Center. See Using the Control Center later in this chapter for details.
Change the screen resolution
Press the RESOLUTION button to change between 800 x 480 and 1024 x 600 screen resolutions instantly.
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Tip Additional screen resolution options are available in the Graphics Properties dialog box. To access these options, tap the Graphics icon in the taskbars notification area, tap Graphic Properties, and then tap Display Settings.
2.2 Navigation and Input Methods
You can use one of the following ways to navigate Windows Vista and enter information:
Keyboard Left/Right mouse buttons and microPad Touch screen
You may purchase and use a USB mouse or Bluetooth mouse with the Mobile Computer. For information about using a Bluetooth device, see Using Bluetooth later in this chapter. You can also use the supplied Extension kit to connect additional accessories such as an external USB keyboard. See Extension kit later in this chapter for details.
Your Mobile Computer has a built-in 66-key QWERTY keyboard that you can slide out and use to enter text. This small footprint keyboard works just like any standard computer keyboard with alphanumeric and function keys. The FN (Function) key at the lower left of the keyboard provides access to the hotkeys that are marked in blue on the keyboard. To use the hotkeys, press and hold the FN key and then press the desired hotkey. The following table describes the function of each hotkey.
Hotkey Function Enter sleep mode. (Slide and release the POWER/HOLD switch to wake Windows Vista from sleep mode.)
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Toggle the display between the external monitor, Mobile Computers LCD, and dual display (on both the LCD and external monitor). Lower the screen brightness.
Double-tap Tap and hold with the stylus, or press and hold with your finger Tap and hold the object and then drag to the desired location on the screen Tap and drag an area over the desired objects Use pen flicks or touch flicks to scroll (see Using Pen Flicks and Touch Flicks in this chapter for details)
Double-click Right-click Click an object and drag Click and drag Drag the scrollbar
Windows Vista provides training utilities that you can use to learn and practice touch screen navigation: Tap Start > All Programs > Tablet PC > Tablet PC Pen Training to practice navigating the touch screen using the stylus. Tap Start > All Programs > Tablet PC > Tablet PC Touch Training to practice navigating the touch screen with your finger.
Another easy way of navigating the touch screen is by using pen flicks or touch flicks. See Using Pen Flicks and Touch Flicks for details. To learn about text input using the touch screen, see Using the Tablet PC Input Panel. For information about configuring touch screen input, see Chapter 5.
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2.3 Using Pen Flicks and Touch Flicks
To flick means to make gestures on the touch screen by sliding the stylus or your finger in quick strokes. Pen flicks are stylus gestures that allow you to do simple navigational and editing functions on the touch screen. Actions like scrolling, moving forward and backward, copying and pasting, and more, can be done using pen flicks. Touch flicks are just the same as pen flicks, except that you use your finger to make the gestures on the touch screen. To navigate through documents, web pages and file lists By default, the following navigational flicks are enabled in Windows Vista:
Pen/Touch Flicks Up Down Left Right Default navigational flicks Description Move down in a document/page/list Move up in a document/page/list Backward Forward
To enable editing flicks By default, pen and touch flicks for performing common editing functions such as undo/redo, copy, delete and paste are disabled. To enable these editing flicks, do the following: 1. Tap the Pen flicks icon ( your pen flicks settings. ) on the taskbar and then tap Customize
2. The Pen and Input Devices dialog box then opens and displays the Flicks tab. Select the Navigational flicks and editing flicks option then tap OK. Windows Vista provides a training utility that you can use to learn and practice pen and touch flicks. To access this training utility, tap Start > All Programs > Tablet PC > Pen Flicks Training.
40 Operating in Windows Vista For more information about configuring pen and touch flicks, see Configuring Touch Screen Input in Chapter 5.
2.4 Using the Tablet PC Input Panel
The Tablet PC Input Panel enables you to enter text by writing on the touch screen with your finger or stylus, or by using the on-screen keyboard. To open the Input Panel 1. Check if the Input Panel is accessible from the Windows desktop or the taskbar. If the Input Panel is not available, do the following: a. Tap Start > Control Panel > Mobile PC > Tablet PC Settings > Other tab. b. Tap Go to Input Panel Settings, and then tap the Opening tab. c. Select the Show the Input Panel tab and the Show the Input Panel icon on the taskbar check boxes, and then tap Apply. 2. The Input Panel can be opened in any of the following ways. Tap the Input Panel tab on the edge of the screen. Tap and hold the taskbar at the bottom of the screen and then tap Toolbars > Tablet PC Input Panel. This adds the Tablet PC Input Panel icon to to the taskbar. You can tap this icon anytime you want to open the Input Panel.
Tablet PC Input Panel icon
Operating in Windows Vista 41 To select an input pad In the input panel, there are three dierent input pads available for use: writing pad, character pad and on-screen keyboard. Tap the pad icons at the top of the input panel to select the preferred input pad.
Character pad Writing pad On-screen keyboard
Use the writing pad to write sentences as if you were writing on paper. Your handwriting will be converted into typed text when inserted to a document, e-mail or any program.
To write text with the writing pad 1. In a document, e-mail or any program that you opened, tap the area where you want to insert text. 2. Open the Tablet PC Input Panel. 3. By default, the writing pad is already selected. Using the stylus, start writing on the writing pad. 4. After you have nished writing, tap Insert. To quickly delete a word on the writing pad Use the stylus to scratch out the word. Draw a strikethrough (from right to left) over the word. To correct your text on the writing pad A box appears underneath each handwritten word that shows it in typed format. To correct individual characters of a word, tap the word box. The writing pad then becomes an editing panel where you can do one or more of the following:
42 Operating in Windows Vista Replace with the correct word. Write the correct character on top of the incorrect character. Point the stylus below the dotted line thats right under the incorrect character to open a pop-up menu with more editing options.
Use the character pad to write one character at a time, such as a letter, number or symbol. Each handwritten character is converted to typed text.
To use the character pad 1. In a document, e-mail or any program that you opened, tap the area where you want to insert text. 2. Open the Tablet PC Input Panel and then tap 4. To correct a character: Write the correct character on top of the incorrect character. Point the stylus below the dotted line thats right under the incorrect character to open a pop-up menu with editing options. 3. Write one character in each space on the character pad.
5. After you have nished writing, tap Insert.
The on-screen keyboard simulates a standard computer keyboard.
Operating in Windows Vista 43 To use the on-screen keyboard 1. In a document, e-mail or any program that you opened, tap the area where you want to insert text. 2. Open the Tablet PC Input Panel and then tap 3. Tap the keys to input letters, numbers, etc.
2.5 Using the Control Center
The Control Center provides a central location for you to quickly turn on and off the Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 3G mobile connections, adjust volume and brightness, shut down Windows, and more. To open the Control Center Press the CONTROL CENTER button on the upper right side of the front side of the Mobile Computer. To close it, press the CONTROL CENTER button again or tap Close.
CONTROL CENTER button
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Volume and brightness
Under Volume, tap the + or - icon to increase or decrease the sound volume. Tap Mute to toggle between turning the sound on and off. Under Brightness, tap the + or - icon to increase or decrease the display brightness. To have the Mobile Computer automatically adjust the display brightness for ambient light, tap Auto.
The USIM/SIM card allows you to connect the Mobile Computer to the Internet over-the-air through the 3G/GPRS/EDGE service of your wireless service provider. To toggle the connection to the 3G/GPRS/EDGE network on or off This icon indicates that the connection to the 3G, HSDPA, GPRS, or EDGE network is off. Tap it to turn on the connection. This icon indicates that the Mobile Computer is connected to the 3G, HSDPA, GPRS, or EDGE network. Tap it to turn off the connection.
Note Before connecting to the Internet using your USIM/SIM card, make sure the card is activated with a 3G, HSDPA, GPRS, or EDGE service.
If you have access to a wireless network or public hotspot, you can use Wi-Fi to connect your Mobile Computer to the Internet. To toggle Wi-Fi on or off This icon indicates that Wi-Fi is off. Tap it to switch Wi-Fi on. This icon indicates that Wi-Fi is on. Tap it to switch Wi-Fi off.
To access SnapVUE mode Press the SnapVUE button.
Set up the data connection
A data connection must be set up so that you can access the Internet and download the latest weather information, synchronize information with the Exchange Server, and send and receive e-mails in SnapVUE. The Connection Setup wizard automatically sets up the data connection based on your USIM/SIM card. If you have not yet inserted a USIM/SIM card, see Chapter 1 for instructions on how to insert it into the Mobile Computer. To automatically set up the data connection 1. The rst time you use SnapVUE, the Connection Setup wizard displays a notification message to inform you that it will automatically configure SnapVUE with the proper network settings of your wireless service provider. Tap Yes.
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2. If your USIM/SIM card supports multiple network operator proles, the next message that appears will display network prole choices. Select the prole you want to use and tap OK. 3. The wizard then starts conguring the network settings. After conguration is complete, tap Restart.
Protect your USIM/SIM card with a PIN
To protect your USIM/SIM card from unauthorized use, you can set up SnapVUE to prompt for the PIN (personal identification number). The default PIN will be given to you by your wireless service provider. To enable PIN entry 1. Tap Settings on the Home screen and then tap SIM. 2. On the PIN tab, select the Require PIN when SIM Card is used check box and then tap OK. You may also change the PIN at any time by tapping Change PIN on the PIN tab of the SIM screen.
Important If you fail to enter the correct PIN three times, the USIM/SIM card will be blocked. If this happens, you can unblock the USIM/SIM card with the PUK (PIN Unblocking Key) obtained from your wireless service provider.
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Set up a device password
You can keep your data more secure by requiring a password when SnapVUE is started or reset. To set a device password 1. Tap Settings on the Home screen and then tap Lock. 2. On the Password tab, select the Prompt if device unused for check box, and select how long your device must be idle before a password is required in the time selection box. 3. In the Password type box, select the type of password you would like to use. 4. Enter the password in both the Password and Confirm boxes. 5. Tap OK. The next time you switch to SnapVUE, you will be prompted to enter your password.
Notes If you entered a hint, the hint will be displayed after the wrong password is entered five times. Each time a wrong password is entered, the device response time gets longer until the device appears to be not responding.
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3.2 Introducing the SnapVUE Interface
SnapVUE has a Home screen that shows the current date and time, upcoming appointments, and most recent SMS messages. From the Home screen, you can also check your local weather, add e-mail accounts, access settings, and more. You can tap certain items on the Home screen, such as an appointment, SMS message, or an icon, to view, edit or add more information for that item.
2. The System Wizard opens. Tap Next. 3. Tap Create new User Data File and tap Next. 4. Enter your Windows login password and tap Next. 5. Next, you are prompted to enroll your ngerprints. Select which ngerprint you want to enroll by tapping the corresponding nger on the screen. 6. After selecting a nger to enroll, you are prompted to swipe your nger across the ngerprint sensor. Slide your nger horizontally across the sensor. Successful reads are accompanied by a sound and the numbered boxes below change to a ngerprint symbol. 7. Repeat this procedure at least four times to register your ngerprint. When you have successfully registered, you are prompted to enroll another ngerprint. 8. Select another nger to enroll and repeat the previous steps, or tap Next to continue. 9. Select a location on the hard disk to store a backup user data le. 10. Tap Next and then tap OK. 11. Tap Finish. A User Data File is then created which stores your enrolled ngerprint(s).
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After enrolling one or more of your fingerprints, VITAKEY will prompt for fingerprint authentication whenever you log onto Windows in your Mobile Computer. Swipe a nger that has an enrolled ngerprint on the fingerprint sensor to log onto Windows. Fingerprint authentication is also required before you are allowed to change VITAKEY settings, protect/unprotect files or use certain functions. When you see VITAKEYs Authentication window, swipe your enrolled nger over the ngerprint sensor.
Indicates that authentication failed. If this happens, swipe your finger again. Indicates that authentication is successful.
Enroll and manage passwords
You can enroll the account names and passwords that you use in applications and web sites into VITAKEY for centralized management. Your account information can be enrolled and managed in VITAKEYs Password Bank which is stored in the User Data File. To enroll a username and password into the Password Bank 1. Launch your web browser and navigate to a page that requires a username and password, or open the program that requires your username and password. 2. Enter your username and password and submit them. 3. The Password Bank window then appears prompting that you name and save the account information. Use the default or enter a name and then tap Save. The password is then enrolled in the Password Bank.
Icon Meaning Tap to enroll a new fingerprint or delete an enrolled fingerprint. Tap to change the Windows logon password. Tap to delete, rename, or change an accounts username or password in the Password Bank.
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Icon Meaning Tap to enable sound effects, enable the Password Bank and auto-login for registered web sites, display enrolled fingers during authentication, and more.
Back up security data
You can back up the User Data File that contains your enrolled fingerprints and Password Bank. 1. Right-click or tap and hold the VITAKEY system tray icon to open a pop-up menu. 2. In the menu, tap System > Back up User Data File. 3. When you see the Authentication window, swipe your nger on the ngerprint sensor. 4. Browse to the destination folder where you want to save a backup of your User Data File and then tap Backup.
Tip To restore the data from a backup file, tap and hold the VITAKEY tray icon and then tap System > Restore User Data File.
5.4 Configuring Touch Screen Input
Your Mobile Computer features Windows Vista Business edition that comes with native Tablet PC utilities to configure your stylus and to input data with handwriting recognition. These utilities come with tools to make interacting with the operating system easier and more convenient. You can also use Pen and Input Devices in the Control Panel to configure the stylus.
Note This section is only a guide to the Tablet PC utilities. For more information, see the Windows Vista online help.
Tablet PC Settings
Tablet PC Settings allow you to configure tablet PC related settings. 1. Tap Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Tablet PC Settings to open the Tablet PC Settings window.
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Note: If the Control Panel is in Classic View mode, double-tap Tablet PC Settings in the Control Panel window.
2. In the General tab, select Right-handed or Left-handed to set where pop-up menus appear on screen. 3. Tap Calibrate to calibrate the screen based on the current orientation. Follow screen instructions to complete calibration, then repeat the process for all orientations that you will be using.
The following screen appears.
This screen enables you to target recognition errors and to teach the recognizer program to your handwriting style. 2. Tap Teach the recognizer your handwriting style. You are prompted to provide handwriting samples.
Securing and Managing the Mobile Computer 113 3. Tap Sentences. An instruction screen explains the handwriting recognition exercises. 4. Tap Next. You are prompted to write the rst sentence.
5. Write the sentence in the text area. 6. When nished, tap Next to go on to the next sentence.
Tip You may also tap Save for later to save the samples you have written.
7. Continue writing samples. 8. Tap Cancel when you want to quit. You are then prompted to update the recognizer or discard all unsaved handwriting samples.
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To configure additional Input Panel settings, tap Tools > Options. Tap the different tabs in the Options window and choose your desired settings.
For more information about configuring Tablet PC Input Panel options, see the Windows Vista online help.
A.1 Specifications A.2 Regulatory Notices
Processor Memory Hard Disk Operating System Intel Processor A110, 800 MHz RAM: 1GB DDR2 microDIMM RAM 1.8 40GB or 60GB hard disk (manufacturer's option) with G-Sensor shock protection Windows Vista Business
Battery Charging Time Battery Life (estimate) Rechargeable Lithium-ion polymer battery, 2700 mAh about 3 hours Windows Vista operating time: Up to 2 hours SnapVUE standby time (Modem and Push e-mail enabled): Up to 53 hours (Modem and Push e-mail disabled): Up to 10 days AC input: 90-265V, 47/63Hz AC input current: 1.2Arms @ 90Vac/60Hz Output voltage: 12Vdc (typical) Output current: 3A (max.)
LCD Type Resolution Orientation 7-inch TFT-LCD with adjustable screen angle and touchsensitive screen 800 x 480 with 262K colors Landscape only
Appendix 117 UMTS/HSDPA/GSM/EDGE Data Function
Network Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900 Tri-band HSDPA/UMTS: Europe/US: 850/1900/2100 Japan: 800/2100 HSDPA: Up to 3.6Mbps for download, 384kbps for upload UMTS: Up to 384kbps for download and upload (The device will operate depending on the frequency bands supported by the wireless service provider) Yes Yes Yes
Internal Antenna Global Roaming Auto Band Switching
Dimensions Weight 207 mm (L) x 129 mm (W) x 25 mm (T) 800 g (with battery)
EN 301 489-24 Electromagnetic compatibility and radio spectrum matters (ERM); Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 24: Specic conditions for IMT-2000 CDMA direct spread (UTRA) for mobile and portable (UE) radio and ancillary equipment. EN Electromagnetic compatibility and radio spectrum matters (ERM); Base stations (BS) and user equipment (UE) for IMT-2000 third generation cellular networks. ETSI EN Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Wideband Transmission systems; data transmission equipment operating in the 2.4 GHz ISM band and using spread spectrum modulation techniques. EN 50392:2002 Generic standard to demonstrate the compliance of low power electronic and electrical apparatus with the basic restrictions related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (10 MHz - 300 GHz)- General public.
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Safety precautions for RF exposure
Use only original manufacturer-approved accessories, or accessories that do not contain any metal. Use of non-original manufacturer-approved accessories may violate your local RF exposure guidelines and should be avoided.
Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals
The wireless device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy. The exposure standard for wireless equipments employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional protection for the public and to account for any variations in usage.
1.91 W/kg @ 10g (CE)
Telecommunications & Internet Association (TIA) safety information
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum separation of six inches be maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research. Persons with pacemakers: Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their pacemaker when the phone is turned ON. Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket. Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference. If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, turn the phone OFF immediately.
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your service provider, or call the customer service line to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information. Turn the device OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
The Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), which entered into force as European law on 13th February 2003, resulted in a major change in the treatment of electrical equipment at end-of-life. The purpose of this Directive is, as a first priority, the prevention of WEEE, and in addition, to promote the reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery of such wastes so as to reduce disposal.
The WEEE logo (shown at the left) on the product or on its box indicates that this product must not be disposed of or dumped with your other household waste. You are liable to dispose of all your electronic or electrical waste equipment by relocating over to the specified collection point for recycling of such hazardous waste. Isolated collection and proper recovery of your electronic and electrical waste equipment at the time of disposal will allow us to help conserving natural resources. Moreover, proper recycling of the electronic and electrical waste equipment will ensure safety of human health and environment. For more information about electronic and electrical waste equipment disposal, recovery, and collection points, please contact your local city center, household waste disposal service, shop from where you purchased the equipment, or manufacturer of the equipment.
This product is in compliance with Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003, on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS) and its amendments.
3G 21, 49, 77, 79
Accessories 20 ActiveSync 77 AC adapter 24 Alarm 63, 82 Anti-virus software 30
Tablet PC Input Panel 40 Tasks (SnapVUE) 80, 83 Text messages - copy from and to SIM card 76 - create and send 75 - overview 75 Touch flicks 39 Touch screen 37 Turn power on 29
USIM/SIM card 21, 49, 59, 83
VitaKey 104 Volume 44
Weather 64 Web camera 55 Wi-Fi 44 Windows Vista 31, 33 Wireless LAN 44
Platform Microsoft Windows Vista Business 207 mm (L) x 129 mm (W) x 25 mm (T) 800g with battery Slide-out QWERTY keyboard Left/right mouse buttons and MicroPad Intel Stealey 800MHz Qualcomm MSM 7200, 400MHz RAM: 1G RAM 7-inch, 800 x 480 TFT-LCD display with adjustable screen angle and touch sensitive screen HSDPA/UMTS: worldwide UMTS (Tri-band 850, 1900, 2100 MHz) HSDPA: Up to 3.6Mbps for download and 384kbps for upload UMTS: Up to 384kbps for download and upload GSM/GPRS/EDGE: Quad-band 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz (The device will operate on frequencies available from the cellular network) Color CMOS VGA camera for video conferencing Built-in microphone and dual speakers Bluetooth 2.0 Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g 2700 mAh rechargeable Lithium-ion polymer battery Windows Vista operating time: Up to 2 hours SnapVUETM standby time (push e mail enabled): Up to 53 hours SnapVUETM standby time (push e mail disabled): Up to 11 days 1.GB or 60 GB hard disk (manufacturers option) 1 USB 2.0, VGA out, and 3.5mm stereo audio out with microphone USIM/SIM card slot SDIO slot with hotswap functionality Fingerprint sensor
Productivity without compromise
Powerful enough to give you the full Windows Vista experience without compromising on mobility
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Experience a new era in mobile computing. The HTC Shift.
The HTC EVO Shift 4G for Sprint follows in the footsteps of the award-winning HTC EVO 4G. The EVO Shift 4G brings customers an attractive, streamlined design with the addition of a sliding QWERTY keyboard and an astonishing list of features. EVO Shift's custom browser is optimized for convenient mobile use with functions like pinch-to-zoom and automatically reflowing text, while Sprint 4G speeds ensure that rich internet content are displayed the way they are meant to be seen. The slide-out QWERTY keyboard makes staying in touch through messaging and social networking quick and easy. With built-in mobile hotspot functionality, EVO Shift 4G also allows up to 8 WiFi-enabled devices to enjoy the benefits of 3G/4G speeds on-the-go.
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