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Getting to Know Your Mobile PC Hardware
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Data/fax modem card. Connects your mobile PC to the Internet by using a telephone line to send and receive faxes. Extra data storage card. PC. Video capture card. Expands the storage capabilities and size of your mobile
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Fingerprint reader card. Logs on to your computer by using your fingerprint rather than by typing in a user name and password.
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Important If your laptop doesn t have built-in wireless capabilities, a PC Card can provide a quick and economic way to get wireless network access. For more information about wireless networks, see Using Wireless Networking in 3, Introduction to Networking.
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Understanding Docking Stations and Port Replicators
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Because a laptop is limited in the amount of space that it has for ports and sockets, it usually relies on other devices to expand its capabilities. One very effective way to expand is to use a dock when using a laptop at your primary working location. For example, most mobile PCs come with one or two USB ports, and a typical dock comes with three or more.
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There are two types of docks:
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Port replicators. A port replicator is an attachment that extends the existing ports of your mobile PC so that you can connect external devices to it. A port replicator usually includes most of the following: A VGA or DVI port (for an external monitor) Ethernet (for network connection) A serial port
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USB ports PS/2 ports (for keyboard and mouse) A parallel port (for printer connection) A headphone/speaker jack A microphone-in jack A power socket
Docking stations. A docking station offers the same port extensibility that a port replicator does, but it also provides hardware components and expansion ports comparable to a desktop computer. In addition to the ports listed above, docking stations can include: A CD/DVD-ROM drive Extra disk storage A wireless network card PCMCIA ports (for adding other cards)
Important When you purchase a mobile PC, the manufacturer usually offers a docking station or a port replicator (but usually not both) as an optional extra. Refer to the documentation that comes with the docking station on how to connect it to your mobile PC.
For the rest of the book, we refer to any docking device as a docking station, but everything described and discussed is equally applicable to port replicators.
Using a Docking Station with Your Laptop
Docking stations come in a variety of designs. Some are a full cradle that the computer sits in, with a latch to lock the computer in place; others have a simple connection to hook into the computer. Some designs force you to close the lid on your laptop in order to dock; others can be used with the laptop lid open. After you have connected all the appropriate cables to your docking station, you re ready to dock your mobile PC.
A laptop can be docked whether it is on or off.
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To locate the docking connector on your laptop, look at the back and bottom of your computer and identify the largest socket (usually 2 inches to 3 inches long), which is sometimes protected by a plastic flap.
Example of underside of a laptop
Docking connector
Battery compartment
To dock your laptop, look for the connector on the docking station that matches your mobile PC s connector, and then connect the two. When placing your laptop in the docking station, make sure that the connectors align properly and that any docking station latches are secured. A click signifies that the docking has been successful. If your computer was on when you docked it, Windows takes a few seconds to recognize the configuration (during which you might see the screen flicker a couple of times).
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After you have docked your laptop, it has access to all of the connected external devices, effectively turning it into a desktop computer. See Also
For information on how to undock your computer, see Undocking your Mobile PC in 4, Using Your Mobile PC At Your Desk.
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