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PDAs make excellent pocket companions because you can quickly add a client s address or telephone number, check the day s schedule before going to your next meeting, and modify your calendar entries when something unexpected arises Best of all, you can then update all the equivalent features on your desktop PC automatically! PDAs synchronize with your primary PC so you have the same essential data on both machines Many PDAs come with a cradle, a place to rest your PDA and recharge its battery The cradle connects to the PC most often through a USB port You can run special software to synchronize the data between the PDA and the main PC Setting up the Zire 71 featured previously, for example, requires you to install a portion of the Palm desktop for Windows This software handles all the synchronization chores You simply place the PDA in the properly connected cradle and click the button to synchronize Figure 165 shows a PDA in the middle of a HotSync operation, PalmOS s term for the process of synchronizing
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Just about every PDA comes with an infrared port that enables you to transfer data from one PDA to another, a process called beaming For example, you can readily exchange business information when at a conference or swap pictures that you carry around in your PDA The process is usually as simple as clicking a drop-down list and selecting Beam or Beaming from the menu The PDA searches the nearby area infrared has a very limited range to discover any PDA nearby The receiving PDA flashes a message to its owner asking permission to receive Once that s granted, you simply stand there and wait for a moment while the PDAs transfer data Slick!
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Almost every PDA has both internal flash ROM memory of 1 MB or more, and some sort of removable and upgradeable storage medium Secure Digital (SD) technology has the strongest market share among the many competing standards, but you ll find a bunch of different memory card types out there SD cards come in a variety of physical sizes (SD, Mini SD, and Micro SD) and fit in a special SD slot Other popular media include CompactFlash (CF) cards and Sony s proprietary Memory Stick You ll find capacities for all the standards ranging from 128 MB up to 8 GB on a card the size of a postage stamp! Figure 166 shows some typical memory cards
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Memory cards of all stripes made the leap in 2003 from the exclusive realm of tiny devices such as PDAs and digital photographic cameras to full-featured portable PCs and even desktop models Some Panasonic PCs sport SD card slots, for example, and you can expect nearly every Sony PC portable or otherwise made in 2003 and later to offer a Memory Stick port
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SD, Mini SD, and Micro SD (photos courtesy of SanDisk)
16: Portable Computing
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Tablet PCs combine the handwriting benefits of PDAs with the full-fledged power of a traditional portable PC to create a machine that perfectly meets the needs of many professions Unlike PDAs, tablet PCs use a full-featured PC operating system such as Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 Instead of (or in addition to) a keyboard and mouse, tablet PCs provide a screen that doubles as an input device With a special pen, called a stylus, you can actually write on the screen (Figure 167) Just make sure you don t grab your fancy Cross ball-point pen accidentally and start writing on the screen! Unlike many PDA screens, most tablet PC screens are not pressure sensitive you have to use the stylus to write on the screen Tablet PCs come in two main form factors: convertibles, which include a keyboard that can be folded out of the way, and slates, which do away with the keyboard entirely The convertible tablet PC in Figure 167, for example, looks and functions just like the typical clamshell laptop shown back in Figure 161 But here it s shown with the screen rotated 180 degrees and snapped flat so it functions as a slate Pretty slick! In applications that aren t tablet-aware, the stylus acts just like a mouse, enabling you to select items, double-click, right-click, and so on To input text with the stylus, you can either tap keys on a virtual keyboard (shown in Figure 168), write in the writing utility (shown in Figure 169), or use speech recognition software With a little practice, most users will find the computer s accuracy in recognizing their handwriting to be sufficient for most text input, although speedy touch-typists will probably still want to use a keyboard when typing longer documents Tablet PCs work well when you have limited space or have to walk around and use a laptop Anyone who has ever tried to type with one hand, while walking around the factory floor holding the laptop with the other hand, will immediately appreciate the beauty of a tablet PC In this scenario, tablet PCs are most effective when combined with applications designed to
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