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4-548-269-12(1)
Digital Paper System
User Guide
DPT-S1
© 2014 Sony Corporation

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    4-548-269-12(1) Digital Paper System User Guide DPT-S1 © 2014 Sony Corporation...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Finding a Document with a Keyword ..23 Table of Contents Tools ............23 Using Menu Items ........23 Option Menu ..........24 Getting Started Displaying an Option Menu..... 24 New Features and Functions ......4 Deleting Multiple Items at One Time ..25 New Functions from Ver.1.3.......

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    Using the [Note] Application ......41 Other Information Creating a Note ......... 41 Troubleshooting ........... 60 Inserting New Page........42 Troubleshooting Tips ....... 60 Selecting Note Template ......42 Re-attaching the stylus holder ....60 Adding Note Template ......42 Replacing the Tip ........

  • Page 4: Getting Started

    Creating notes within folders Getting Started You can create a new note by tapping [Create new note under current folder] in the document folder view (page 41). New Features and Inserting/adding/deleting pages You can insert a new page or delete the current page Functions (page 42).

  • Page 5: Main Function Improvements From Ver.1.3

    Main Function Improvements from Welcome! Ver.1.3 Navigating pages Features of the Digital Paper device The page navigation icons and the page indicator are  Wide, slim and lightweight e-paper screen displayed on the toolbar. You can move to another page easily (page 27). The flexible e-paper screen provides a large A4-size yet lightweight display.

  • Page 6: About This User Guide

     High speed visual search by changing page view Jumping to a linked section in this User By displaying 4 or 9 pages in one screen, you can Guide search through many pages visually at high speed. Tap the link to a chapter or section indicated with a Sticky notes (text)/sticky notes (handwriting) dotted under line to open the page.

  • Page 7: Battery

    Workspace (page 32) Battery You can register the current tab status as a Workspace, which allows you to resume your work at any time. Charging the Digital Paper Device Note (page 41) You can create a new note in any folder on the Digital The charge/battery status icon at the right side of the Paper device.

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    Charge/Battery status icon Note  If the room is too hot or cold, disconnect the USB The charge/battery status icon shows the charging status or remaining battery level. cable from the device, adjust room temperature accordingly, then reconnect the USB cable to charge the device.

  • Page 9: Maximizing Battery Life

    Maximizing Battery Life Power On/Off  When the Digital Paper device is not in use, power it off completely.  Do not leave the device with the battery depleted Turning the Power On/Off for a prolonged period of time. Battery capacity may decrease.

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    Sleep mode To extend battery life and prevent unintentional operation of the touchscreen, set the Digital Paper device to sleep mode by pressing the  (Power) button. The standby screen appears. To wake the device, press the  (Power) button again. Automatic power-saving The Digital Paper device will enter sleep mode after 1 hour of inactivity.

  • Page 11: Parts And Controls

    Parts and Controls Overview This section describes the parts and controls of the Digital Paper device.  Touchscreen   Micro USB connector  Stylus holder  RESET button   microSD card slot (Back) button  (Home) button  (Menu) button ...

  • Page 12: Buttons

    Supplied accessories Buttons  AC adapter × 1  (Power)  USB cable × 1 Turns the device on/off, and sets it to sleep mode (page 9). (Home) Displays the [Home] screen.  Stylus × 1 (Back) Returns to the previous screen, or returns to the document list from a document.

  • Page 13: Microsd Card Slot

    Note microSD card slot, and then insert it until it clicks into  Sony recommends that you make a note of your place. The access indicator lights up in orange while passwords.

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     Memory encryption results in 300 MB less available space in the internal memory.  You cannot encrypt a microSD Card.  If you forget your password, contact the Sony Support Center. In order to disable the internal memory encryption, all content on the device will be deleted and cannot be recovered.

  • Page 15: Basic Operations

    Swipe Basic Operations Slide your finger gently and swiftly on the touchscreen to turn the page forward or backward. To change the page flow for a document. press the (Menu) button  tap [Page Flow]. You can also Touchscreen Operations navigate pages of document lists by swiping up or down.

  • Page 16: [home] Screen

    Drag [Home] Screen Touch and drag your finger to reposition a zoomed-in page. The page is repositioned after you release your finger. [Home] Screen and Applications Note Press the (Home) button to display the [Home]  When the stylus is near the touchscreen, the finger screen.

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     Recently saved Workspaces Icon Indication A download has completed.  The most recently opened documents are shown If downloading fails, will be displayed. To hide the icon, open the notification under [Last Read] on the [Home] screen. Tap a window and tap [Clear], or when you tap previously read page to open it.

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    Notification window Depending on the status of the Digital Paper device, other items may also appear in the notification Tapping on the status bar reveals the notification window. Press the (Back) button or tap the status window, which contains network-related items and bar to close the notification window.

  • Page 19: On-screen Keyboard

     Space On-Screen Keyboard  Backspace The on-screen keyboard is used when you need to type. If the keyboard does not automatically appear,  (Line feed icon) tap the input area on the screen. Do this On-screen keyboard layout Input text Tap the input area.

  • Page 20: Adding/getting Content

    Add a document from your computer. For Windows users: From your computer, click on the “Start” menu  “Computer” or “My Computer”  double-click the “DPT-S1” drive, then drag and drop data onto the Adding Content “DPT-S1” drive. For Mac users: From your computer, double-click the “DPT-S1”...

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    [Format Memory] function to reformat the device and your microSD card (page 59).  Sony recommends that you create a backup of the contents of the device in case of operation error or data corruption.  Sony does not provide any guarantee in the event of the following.

  • Page 22: Browsing Document Lists

     Status icons Browsing Document Lists  Page navigation icons  Page indicator Document Lists Status icons Icon Description Browsing Document List Pages The item is stored on the microSD card. The Digital Paper device organizes your documents The item has not been opened. into the [Documents] application.

  • Page 23: Finding A Document With A Keyword

    Tool icon Description Changes the view with the thumbnail displays document lists with file type icons. (page 22). displays document lists with thumbnails. Changes the sort order by file name, author name, recently added, etc.  When you tap , the document title and author Synchronizes documents with the Digital name can be seen.

  • Page 24: Option Menu

     Create New Folder * When you tap and hold a folder in the folder view, only [Delete] is displayed. Note  Sony recommends that you create a backup of the contents of the device before deleting an item.

  • Page 25: Deleting Multiple Items At One Time

    The selected items are deleted from the device. Note Press the (Menu) button.  Sony recommends that you create a backup of the Tap [Delete]. contents of the device before deleting an item. Boxes appear next to the thumbnails or list entries.

  • Page 26: Reading

    Reading Reading Documents Opening a Document (Home) button  tap [Documents]. Press the The document list opens (page 22). Tap a document. The document opens. You can also open a document by tapping and holding the document you want to open. To navigate the Page Controls, see page 27.

  • Page 27: Navigating Pages

     Annotation icons (page 33) Navigating Pages Enables you to annotate a document and insert/ There are several ways to operate on the pages. delete a page.  Orientation  Thumbnail View (4 pages)/Thumbnail View (9 pages) (page 28)  Previous/next page icons Displays the previous/next page.

  • Page 28: Using The Page Control Box

    Using the Page Control Box Viewing Four/Nine Pages You can split the view into four or nine pages on a Tap the page indicator while the document is single screen. The setting applies only to the current displayed. document. The page control box is displayed. Pinching in to display four/nine pages Pinch in the document (default view).

  • Page 29: Zooming In The Display

    Zooming in the Display Operating Tabs Tab operation allows you to browse multiple Pinch out the document (default view). documents. The display zooms in and [Zoom] appears at the Tap the top of the screen while the document is bottom of the screen. Pinching out/in further displayed.

  • Page 30: Adding A Bookmark

     A maximum of three tabs can be shown on the Tap the document you want to open in the tab touchscreen. list.  If you delete the document from your computer or The selected document is displayed. remove a memory card while viewing a document, only tabs may remain.

  • Page 31: Searching Pages By Keyword

     Bookmark network connection is necessary (page 43).) To return to a document, press the (Menu) button  tap [Return to Viewer].  Alternatively, tap the top-right corner of the page to add a bookmark. Using the on-screen keyboard to enter a ...

  • Page 32: Using The [workspace] Application

    Tap an input area and enter the Workspace name Using the [Workspace] using the on-screen keyboard, then tap [Yes]. Application The current tab status of all currently open documents are preserved as a Workspace. You can name and save an image of the currently opened documents.

  • Page 33: Writing

    Writing Annotating the document You can directly handwrite, highlight on the touchscreen, and add a sticky note (handwriting) or sticky note (text). Also, when closing the document or note, changing the tab, etc., or after a period of inactivity, the annotated document is saved automatically.

  • Page 34: Handwriting A Note On A Page

    Note Handwriting a Note on a Page  Tap [System Management]  [Pen Settings]  [Pen You can use the stylus to draw directly on a page. Button Settings] to select a setting while pushing the stylus button (page 58). (Handwriting) on the toolbar to select the [Eraser active] is set by default.

  • Page 35: Using The Eraser

     Pop-up menu  Highlight bar edge Alternatively, you can switch to Eraser mode by tapping (Eraser) on the toolbar. Drag across to the last word of the section you You cannot draw a line or character while want to highlight. selecting the Eraser icon.

  • Page 36: Undoing/redoing The Previous Operation

    Example of erasing on real paper Disabling Gestures This function prevents you from accidentally turning pages, zooming in, etc., by touching the screen with your sleeve or hand while handwriting. The stylus operations for swiping the screen to turn the page, pinch in/out to change the page view, etc., are active when gestures are disabled.

  • Page 37: Adding A Sticky Note (text) To A Page

     Sticky Note (Handwriting) icon Adding a Sticky Note (Text) to a Page You can input the comment with using on-screen  Handwriting icon (Blue/Fine) keyboard and add a sticky note to a page.  Handwriting icon (Blue/Bold) (Sticky note) on the toolbar. ...

  • Page 38: Searching Annotations In A Document

    Editing a sticky note (text) (Sticky note) on the toolbar by the stylus and set to the sticky note (text) mode, then tap (Sticky Note (Text)) on the page. The sticky note (text) appears. It is not necessary to change the mode when you tap a sticky note on the page with your finger.

  • Page 39: Preventing Other People From Deleting Annotations

    Filtering Tap the page you want to display in the You can filter the annotation list by bookmark, annotation list. handwriting, highlight, sticky note (text), or sticky The page containing the selected annotation is note (handwriting). displayed on the preview area. (Filter) ...

  • Page 40: Adjusting The Position Of The Stylus Tip

    Using PDF Form  If you switch to Eraser mode on the toolbar, select a The device supports the following PDF form Handwriting icon to return to handwriting mode. elements. However, if the stylus button is set to Eraser mode, ...

  • Page 41: Using The [note] Application

    Using the [Note] Application You can create a handwritten note. Alternatively, you can edit a note and insert/delete a page. Creating a Note There are two methods to create a new note:  Tap [Create New Note] in the note list or document list view ...

  • Page 42: Inserting New Page

    (Tab close) to close the note. Selecting Note Template A newly created note is saved automatically. You can select a template to be used by a new note. Press the (Home) button and tap [Settings].  You can change a template when creating a new note (page 58).

  • Page 43: Setting Up A Wi-fi® Network

    Tap [Wi-Fi] to check the check box. the network. A check indicates that [Wi-Fi] is turned on. Wi-Fi Unless absolutely necessary, Sony recommends is turned on by default. that you use safe security methods (WPA/WPA2- PSK, etc.) and avoid non secure or WEP access.

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    Case A Connecting to a Wi-Fi router with a WPS button (page 44) Case B Connecting to a Wi-Fi router with WPS PIN input (page 44) Case C Connecting to a Wi-Fi router by selecting a network name (page 45) Case D ...

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    After a moment, the device connects to the Wi-Fi Number Description network automatically.  Network SSID (Service Set Identifier) You can check the Wi-Fi connection status by the  Security method Wi-Fi icon on the status bar (page 17).  Secured Wi-Fi network.

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    Other than case A to D: Manually connecting to an unlisted access point When connecting to a Wi-Fi network in an office or group, check with the network administrator for details on installing the certification and proxy server settings. When connecting to a Wi-Fi network at home, it is not necessary to install certification, or perform proxy server settings.

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    Enter the certification name using the on-screen Tap [Add Wi-Fi Network]. keyboard, then tap [OK]. Press the (Back) button to close the settings. Setting the proxy server When connecting via proxy server, settings are necessary. Turn on [Wi-Fi] on the device (page 43). Tap [Manual Registration].

  • Page 48: Using The Network Drive

    For details on Wi-Fi settings, see page 48. Using the Network Drive General notes on Wi-Fi connectivity By using the WebDAV protocol, you can access a  Tap a network SSID in the [Wi-Fi Networks] list to specific network drive to synchronize documents display the access point’s status and related between the Digital Paper device and the network information.

  • Page 49: Synchronizing The Digital Paper Device With The Network Drive

    Connect to the Wi-Fi network. Item Description [Password] Enters the password to log in the (Home) button  tap [Documents]. Press the network drive. [Sync folder Enters the sync folder (path on the Tap [Folders] and select [Storage] in folder path (path on the server) for the network drive.

  • Page 50: Opening A Synchronized Document In The Digital Paper Device

    Note  Folder names and file names are not case-sensitive for the synchronization. (Example: "aaa.pdf" and "AAA.pdf" are considered to be the same file) Do not create folders or files with names that are case-sensitive.  If you use punctuation below for the folder name or file name, it may fail to synchronize.

  • Page 51: Transferring A Document From The Digital Paper Device To The Network Drive

    Sending multiple documents  When deleting multiple documents at one time, simultaneously (Menu) button  tap [Delete]. For press the details, see page 25. Connect to the Wi-Fi network.  A document deleted and synchronized in the network drive will not be deleted in the Digital (Home) button ...

  • Page 52: Using Menu Items

    Tap to check the document(s) to send. Using Menu Items Tap [Select All] to check all check boxes. You can transfer or delete a document when you press the (Menu) button on the synchronized Tap [Done]. documents list. The destination screen is displayed. For more details on the menu items, see page 23.

  • Page 53: Browser

    Downloading Browser When you click a download link, the item will be The Digital Paper device has a Web browser that downloaded onto the device. Only the PDF files (.pdf) enables you to visit Web pages and download PDF can be downloaded. files.

  • Page 54: Using Multiple Windows

    Changing the browser window in view While viewing a Web page, press the (Menu) button  tap [Downloads]. When you have more than one browser window open, you can change the window in view. Tap the file to open, or tap and hold the document ...

  • Page 55: Browser Settings

    Opening a bookmarked Web page When viewing a Web page, tap (Bookmarks) You can quickly return to your favorite Web pages next to the URL box. using bookmarks. Tap [History]. When viewing a Web page, tap (Bookmarks) A list of Web pages that you have previously next to the URL box.

  • Page 56: Using Menu Items

    Setting Description Using Menu Items [Block Pop-up Blocks pop-up windows. Enabled by Below is a list of option items available when you Windows] default. press the (Menu) button from a browser window. [Load Images] Loads images on a Web page. Enabled by default.

  • Page 57: Settings

    Settings Setting Description [Wireless Standby] Wireless standby helps avoid unnecessary battery consumption caused by wireless communication. If you do not perform any wireless Changing the Settings operations for more than 10 minutes, the wireless feature automatically enters standby mode. Note Changing the Settings ...

  • Page 58: Application Preferences

    Setting Description Setting Description [Download Sets the destination for [Note Template] Selects a note template used when Destination] synchronized documents creating a new note. You can select downloaded from the browser. only one template. Select either [Internal Memory] or [SD Card]. ...

  • Page 59: Initialization

    Setting Description Setting Description [Pen Settings] [Pen Grip Style]: Selects the style that [Format Memory] Allows you to format the Digital is closest to the way you hold your Paper’s internal memory and the stylus. microSD card. [Advanced Calibration]: Adjusts Note positioning between the screen’s ...

  • Page 60: Other Information

    Other Information Replacing the Tip The effectiveness of the supplied tip differs from that of the attached tip. Sony recommends replacing the tip when it becomes shorter than 1.5 mm (1/16 inch). Replacement tips and a tip puller are supplied with Troubleshooting the Digital Paper device.

  • Page 61: Digital Paper Device

     The battery has not been given enough time to fully Digital Paper Device charge. Charge the device until the icon changes to the icon. (The charge icon does not indicate Power On/Off the remaining battery power while charging.)  If you are charging from a USB port on your The Digital Paper device will not turn on.

  • Page 62: Wireless Connectivity

     If you are charging the device during data transfer Wireless Connectivity and the computer enters sleep mode, standby mode or hibernation, the device will be unable to Wi-Fi connection charge, and the battery may drain. When charging the device via computer, confirm that your The Digital Paper device does not connect to the Wi- computer is on, and completely charge the device Fi network.

  • Page 63: Reading Documents

    Cannot find the access point in the Wi-Fi networks Cannot find content on the Digital Paper device.  If you have formatted the device on your computer, list.  The access point you want to use is set to not the device may not be able to display transferred broadcast its SSID to users.

  • Page 64: Microsd Card

    Cannot transfer content to the Digital Paper device. Precautions  There may not be enough space on the device or the memory card. Check [About] for the amount of free space on internal memory (page 59). Delete some content, or copy it to your computer to make Safety Information some space on the device or memory card.

  • Page 65

     When using the device internationally, it is your and should be replaced. Consult the Sony Support responsibility to ensure that it is used in compliance Center. with the following specifications: AC voltage Cleaning the Digital Paper device Wireless products regulations ...

  • Page 66: Applications On The Digital Paper Device

    Device provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This Disclaimer: In no event will SONY be liable for any equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio financial damage, or loss of profits, including claims frequency energy and, if not installed and used in...

  • Page 67: Notes On Microsd Cards

     Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit documents. different from that to which the receiver is Hereby, Sony Corp. declares that this equipment is in connected.  Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.

  • Page 68

     Do not allow a memory card to get wet. Cannot guarantee the data  Avoid the following to prevent data damage. Sony Sony is not responsible for damaged (or deleted) data does not provide any guarantee for damaged data.

  • Page 69: Legal Notice

    Sony’s permission except for personal use.  Sony, the Sony logo are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.  Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and Windows...

  • Page 70: Appendix

    Connection type WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)/ The device's specifications are as follows. Manual setup Wi-Fi authentication Supported Model name DPT-S1 Dimensions/Mass Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 233 × 310 × 6.8mm (9 1/4 Basic information × 12 1/4 × 9/32 inches)* Display 338.0 mm (13.3 inch) diagonal...

  • Page 71: Supported File Types

    Documents  Computer with a non-standard operating system  PDF files (.pdf)*  Computer with multiple operating systems (multi- * Compliant with PDF 1.7 specifications. boot) Note  Sony recommends that you set a password on an important PDF file.

  • Page 72: Limited Warranty And Service

     Purchase date Warranty repair period Sony will repair the Digital Paper device based on stipulations of the warranty card. This device contains consumable parts - even if the warranty is still valid, repair service may be subject to fees for replacing such parts.

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