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Acer p700 Series
Portable Navigator
User's Guide

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  • Page 1 Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator User's Guide...
  • Page 3 Acer and its subsidiaries assume no responsibility for any damage or loss resulting from the use of this Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator User Guide.
  • Page 4: Disposal Instructions

    Disposal instructions Disposal instructions Do not throw this electronic device into the trash when discarding. To minimize pollution and ensure utmost protection of the global environment, please reuse and recycle. For electronic products containing an LCD/CRT monitor or display: Lamp(s) inside this product contain mercury and must be recycled or disposed of according to local, state or federal laws.
  • Page 5 • If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service. The Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator uses a lithium battery. Warning! Batteries may explode if not handled properly. Do not disassemble or dispose of them in fire. Keep them away from children and dispose of used batteries promptly.
  • Page 6 Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator feature highlights Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator feature highlights No more fumbling with wieldy, outdated paper maps. No more sheepish "I think I’m lost" expression. And most definitely, no more going in circles finding that particular Acer p700 Series spot.
  • Page 7: Unpacking The Acer P700 Series Portable Navigator

    Unpacking the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Unpacking the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Acer p700 Thank you for purchasing the . The Series Portable Navigator box contains all of the items listed below. Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator •...
  • Page 8 Unpacking the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator • Wall charger for p700 Series • Mini USB transfer and charge cable • Navigation software SD card...
  • Page 9 Save the boxes and packing materials for future use. Some models may include optional accessories that might not be shown in the above illustrations. Please check with your dealer or dial a hotline number, located on the back of the Acer p700 Series warranty booklet, for more details.
  • Page 10: Acer P700 Series Portable Navigator Setup

    Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator setup Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator setup Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Using your new for the first time is a snap. Unpack, turn on, mount and you’re ready to go. Perform the following easy installation tasks to start using the device straight out of the box: Unpack the device.
  • Page 11: First Things First

    First things first System tour First things first This chapter describes the hardware interface of the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator and its peripherals. Instructions for setting up the device and some basic system operations are also discussed. System tour This section gives you a tour of the device hardware interface.
  • Page 12 Increases speaker volume. Speaker Emits system sounds. Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator NOTE: For more information on how to use your navigation mode, refer to the Navigation software Quick Starter Guide or the Navigation software User’s Guide (located on the Navigation software DVD).
  • Page 13: Top And Bottom Views

    First things first System tour Top and bottom views Icon Component Description Power button Switches the device into standby mode. If pressed for less than 1.5 seconds, the device will enter suspend mode; if pressed for longer then 1.5 seconds, the backlight will turn On/ Off.
  • Page 14: Left And Right Panels

    First things first System tour Left and right panels Icon Component Description Earphone jack Connects to earphones/headphones. SD/MMC slot Accepts SD and MMC storage cards, allowing you to use audio, image, and/or map files stored in it for use with internal applications.
  • Page 15: Peripherals Tour

    First things first Peripherals tour Peripherals tour Acer p700 Series This section gives you a tour of the peripherals bundled with your Portable Navigator Car mount kit The car mount kit consists of the car mount (left) and the car holder (right).
  • Page 16: Setting Up The Acer P700 Series Portable Navigator In Your Vehicle

    First things first Setting up the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator in your vehicle Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Setting up the your vehicle Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator comes with a car mount kit and a car charger so you can set up your device in your vehicle. Position the car mount kit on the windscreen using the suction cup.
  • Page 17 First things first Setting up the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator in your vehicle • Make sure that the suction bond is strong enough before proceeding to the next step. • You can now adjust the car mount to your desired position.
  • Page 18 However, for maximum usage time you need to charge your device to full capacity. Go to "Recharging the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator" on page 8 for instructions.
  • Page 19: Starting Up The Acer P700 Series Portable Navigator

    First things first Starting up the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Starting up the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Before mounting the on your vehicle, you should first calibrate the screen. After screen calibration, proceed to configure system settings.
  • Page 20 First things first Starting up the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Tap Time: – Tap + or - beside the Hour and Minute settings to set the time values. – Tap the down arrow beside the Time Zone until the time zone of your choice is displayed.
  • Page 21 First things first Starting up the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Step 4: Bluetooth phone Settings – Tap YES for Bluetooth settings or tap NO to skip the setting and proceed to the next step. (Bluetooth function is for selected models only: p760 and p780) –...
  • Page 22 First things first Starting up the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator – The p700 will attempt to connect to your mobile phone. When promoted, enter "1111" on your phone to complete pairing. (Screen image will vary depending on the model of your phone).
  • Page 23 First things first Starting up the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator – Tap the radio button beside "Mile" or "KM" for your preferred unit. – Tap "Accept" after reading through the warning message. – Then "Tips and Tricks" will display, you can tap...
  • Page 24 Congratulations! Your new is now ready for use. Proceed to "Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator fundamentals" on page 5 for more information on the device’s user interface or you can refer to the Navigation software Quick Starter Guide to start using the device in navigation mode.
  • Page 25: Table Of Contents

    Unpacking the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator ....v Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator setup ....viii First things first System tour .
  • Page 26 Sending emergency......51 6 Resetting the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Performing a soft reset ......53 Performing a hard reset .
  • Page 27 Contents Information for your safety and comfort Safety instructions ......57 Turning the product off before cleaning .
  • Page 28 Contents System specifications Hardware features......72 Design and ergonomics......73 Environmental specifications .
  • Page 29: Acer P700 Series Portable Navigator Fundamentals

    SD/MMC slot compatible with a range of SD and MMC storage cards. Also, the Acer p700 Series’ GPS navigation system has its core on the Navigation software program. Using this program requires you to load the digital maps available on the Navigation software SD card included with the device (SD card is included with certain models only).
  • Page 30 Acer p700 Series Portabl e Navigator fundamentals Hardware interface • Hold the device securely and push the card into the slot until you hear an audible system sound: this will signal that the card is properly seated in the slot. The card is secure when it is not protruding from the slot.
  • Page 31: Establishing A Device-pc Connection

    Establishing a device-PC connection Establishing a device-PC connection Recharging the device via the USB connection The USB cable that comes with your Acer p700 Series enables you to connect the device to your computer. Using SD/MMC card as Mass Storage You can access data on an SD/MMC card using your Acer p700 Series.
  • Page 32: Recharging The Acer P700 Series Portable Navigator

    Normally, you can use the wall charger to recharge your device. You can use the Mini USB Sync cable to recharge your Acer p700 Series from a computer, or the car charger cable bundled with your device. Recharging time varies depending on type of charge, but a charge from empty to full capacity is typically at about 3 hours.
  • Page 33: Recharging The Device Using The Car Charger

    Acer p700 Series Portabl e Navigator fundamentals Recharging the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Recharging the device using the car charger Use the car charger to recharge your device while it is mounted on your vehicle. Recharging the device using the USB cable The Mini USB Sync and charge cable that comes with your device enables you to connect your device to a computer running on the Microsoft Windows platform.
  • Page 34: Main Menu Screen

    Home screen. From any other screen, you can revert to it by pressing the hotkey NAVI. The Main Menu title bar displays the battery power level status icon. See "Recharging the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator" on page 8 for more information this status icon.
  • Page 35 Acer p700 Series Portabl e Navigator fundamentals Main Menu screen There are ten program icons on the Main Menu screen. Tap to display the Destination Menu. Refer to the Navigation software. Tap to personalize your navigation settings. Tap to program CoPilot to make a detour a part of the calculated route.
  • Page 36: Accessing The Destination Function

    Acer p700 Series Portabl e Navigator fundamentals Accessing the Destination Function Accessing the Destination Function Switch the unit on and tap Destination in the Main Menu screen. After the application loads, the main Destination menu will appear. For more information regarding the Destination function, please see the Navigation...
  • Page 37: Phone

    Phone Accessing the Phone Function 2 Phone Accessing the Phone Function To access the Phone functions. Switch the unit and tap Phone in the Main Menu screen. The Phone Menu will now appear in the display. You can access Disable/Enable - Disable or enable Bluetooth function Connect Phone - Connect phone nearby Dial - Dial out by phone number Send Location - Send the current position by phone...
  • Page 38: Applications

    Applications Other available Applications 3 Applications Other available Applications To access the other available Applications Switch the unit on and tap Applications in the Main Menu screen. The Applications screen will now appear in the display. From the screen you can access Contacts - Enter details for contacts Photo - Display photos...
  • Page 39: I) Photo Viewer

    Applications Accessing the Photo Viewer i) Photo Viewer This chapter describes how to access and use the photo viewer. Accessing the Photo Viewer Switch the unit on and tap Photo in the Main Menu screen. Photo Viewer consists of 4 user interactive parts, "Thumbnail viewer", "Playing panel", "Full viewer", and "Slide show";...
  • Page 40: Using The Photo Viewer

    Applications Using the Photo Viewer Using the Photo Viewer Thumbnail viewer Thumbnail viewer searches for and list all supported image files and image folders that include those supported files (supports: *.JPG, *.BMP, *.GIF). Each image file is presented as its thumbnail; each image folder is presented as an icon showing 4 small images (in the first layered sub-folder).
  • Page 41: Selecting The Target Window

    Applications Using the Photo Viewer Selecting the target window In the "Select Target" window, you can select the target folder to which image files will be copied. Tapping the copy button will show confirm dialog and then show progress dialog. The root directory is in the [MyStorage] or the [SDMMC] folders. "Parent", "Copy", "Cancel", "Next", and "Previous"...
  • Page 42: Playing Panel

    Applications Using the Photo Viewer Playing panel Previous/next image Zoom in/out Rotate the image counterclockwise Slide show Full view Back to thumbnail view...
  • Page 43: Full Viewer

    Applications Using the Photo Viewer Full viewer – When a photo is opened, a software button in the Playing Panel will appear; click it to switch to full view – Tap any place in screen to return to Playing Panel Slide show –...
  • Page 44: Ii) Contacts

    Applications Accessing contacts ii) Contacts This chapter describes how to manage contact details, including importing, exporting and sending contacts functions. Bluetooth functionality is only enabled for the p760 and p780. Accessing contacts Switch the unit on and tap Contacts in the Main Menu screen. The Contacts screen will now appear in the display: Scroll up Scroll down...
  • Page 45: Managing Contact

    Applications Managing contact Create new contact Select All Deselect All Delete contact Return to Main Menu You can store and edit contact information on your device. You can then use this later to find this contact’s address quickly on your GPS navigator. Managing contact Creating a new contact To create a new contact, tap the Create new contact button...
  • Page 46: Editing A Contact

    Applications Managing contact Enter into navigator Return to Contacts list Close window Enter the following information for the contact: • Name • Family (Last Name) • Phone • Mobile • Street • City • State • • Country • Title •...
  • Page 47: Importing / Exporting / Sending Contacts

    Applications Importing / exporting / sending contacts Importing / exporting / sending contacts Importing To import or export a contact, tap the Import / export contact button from the view list. You will now see the following screen: To import a contact from the SD / MMC card to the main memory, tap Import. The following screen will now appear: You can tap each contact to multi-select and tap again to deselect.
  • Page 48: Exporting

    Applications Importing / exporting / sending contacts Then a screen will display and tap OK. Exporting To export one or more contact(s) from the main memory to the SD/MMC card, select the contact(s) you want to export. You can either –...
  • Page 49: Sending Contact Information To Another Device

    Applications Importing / exporting / sending contacts Once you have selected the contact(s) you want to export, tap Export If exported successfully, a dialog will display and show the saving path and file name, then tap OK to finish it. Sending contact information to another device To send the contact information to another bluetooth-enabled device tap Send.
  • Page 50: System

    System Accessing the System settings 4 System Accessing the System settings To access the System settings on your device Switch the unit on and tap System in the Main Menu screen. The System screen will now appear on the display From this screen you can access: Language –...
  • Page 51: Choosing The Language

    System Choosing the language Choosing the language Tap Language on the System screen. The Language screen will now appear in the display: • To change the Text language, tap the down arrow to display a drop- down list of languages, then tap a language from the list. Once you have finished, tap Back Adjusting Settings Setting the volume...
  • Page 52: Muting The Volume

    System Adjusting Settings The Volume screen will now appear on the display. Tap the +/- buttons to increase or decrease the volume. (Alternatively, you may also use the +/- hotkeys.) Check the "Enable sounds for taps" option if you would like to hear a clicking sound each time you tap a button.
  • Page 53: Setting The Date And Time

    System Adjusting Settings Setting the date and time Tap Date/Time on the System screen. The Date/Time screen will now appear in the display. Changing the time zone To change the time zone, tap the down arrow beside Time Zone. From the drop down list that appears, tap on the time zone you want to use. Choosing Daylight Saving If you live in an area that uses Daylight Saving (moving the clock forward/back an hour each year), then make sure that the Daylight Saving checkbox...
  • Page 54: Changing The Date

    System Adjusting Settings Changing the date To change the date, tap Date. The Date screen will now appear. • To adjust the year, tap the +/ - buttons beside Year. • To adjust the month, tap the +/- buttons beside Month. •...
  • Page 55: Power

    System Adjusting Settings Power Tap Power on the System screen. The Power screen will now appear in the display. • To adjust the idle time before suspension, tap the +/- buttons beside Power. • To adjust how long to suspend while using battery power, tap the +/- buttons beside Battery.
  • Page 56: Calibration

    System Adjusting Settings The Backlight screen will now appear in the display. • To adjust the brightness, tap the +/- buttons beside Backlight. • To adjust how long the backlight turns off while using battery power, tap the +/- buttons beside Battery. •...
  • Page 57: Factory Default

    Here you can see your device’s Product ID, OS Version, AP version, S/N, PCB version, Bluetooth address (only in p760 and p780), Bootloader version, GPS firmware, TMC version, License, Manufacturer, and Copyright statement, Trademark and Logo (© 2007 Acer Inc.) To leave this screen, tap Back...
  • Page 58: Setting The Password

    System Adjusting Settings Setting the password Tap Password on the System screen. Enter your new password (four-letter maximum) Enter your new password again.
  • Page 59 System Adjusting Settings again to finish setting the Password. If you want to change to a new password, enter the current password. Enter the new password and tap Enter the new password again and tap , to finish setting the new password.
  • Page 60 System Adjusting Settings If you want to abort the new password setting, tap Password again. Check Skip new password setting. A screen will display, tap YES to confirm the cancellation. Once the password setting is complete, the next time you perform a soft reset or hit the power switch, you will have to enter the correct password to operate p700.
  • Page 61: Key Lock

    System Adjusting Settings Key Lock Pressing both the Volume down and Volume up buttons at the same time for over 3 seconds causes the p700 to enter the Lock state. The below message will also display. During Lock state, there will be no reaction to whatever buttons you press. Press both Volume down and Volume up buttons at the same time for over 3 seconds again to unlock the p700.
  • Page 62: Bluetooth Phone

    Bluetooth Phone 5 Bluetooth Phone Bluetooth functon is only enabled for the p760 and p780. Connecting your mobile phone using Bluetooth By "pairing" your mobile phone to the p700, you can use the p700 as a handsfree device for added convenience and safety while driving. Tap the "Phone"...
  • Page 63 Bluetooth Phone Tap the "Connect Phone" icon to start searching for your mobile phone. It requires few minutes while searching for your mobile phone. If there is more than one device detected, use the drop-down menu to select the proper device. Select the proper device.
  • Page 64 Bluetooth Phone , the p700 will attempt to connect to your mobile phone. When prompted, enter "1111" on your mobile phone to complete pairing. (Screen image will vary depending on the model of your phone). Once pairing is complete, your mobile phone will display a confirmation message. The p700 will return to the Phone menu.
  • Page 65: Checking The Bluetooth Status Of Your P700

    Bluetooth Phone Checking the Bluetooth status of your p700 Checking the Bluetooth status of your p700 You can check the status via the Bluetooth icon from the map screen - there are 3 states. Description Bluetooth disabled - In this state, Bluetooth is disabled and the handsfree function is not available.
  • Page 66: Making And Receiving Phone Calls

    Bluetooth Phone Making and receiving phone calls Making and receiving phone calls After successfully connecting your p700 to your mobile phone, you can start using the p700 as a hands-free device. Hands-free functionality is available when initiating calls from the mobile phone (recommended) or when initiating calls from the p700. Hands- free functionality is also available when receiving calls to your mobile phone.
  • Page 67: Dial From Contacts

    Bluetooth Phone Making a phone call using your mobile phone Select to end the call. Dial from Contacts When making a phone call, you can dial from contacts. to select a phone number from the contact list. Select a name from contact and tap to return to the dialing screen.
  • Page 68: Dial From Dialed Numbers

    Bluetooth Phone Making a phone call using your mobile phone to make the call. Dial from Dialed Numbers When making a phone call, you can dial from call history. to select a phone number from the call history. Select a name from call history and tap to return to the dialing screen.
  • Page 69: Making A Phone Call While Navigating

    Bluetooth Phone Making a phone call while navigating Making a phone call while navigating Note: The Phone Button will only be available when Bluetooth is activated on both your p700 and your mobile phone, and the phone is successfully connected to the p700.
  • Page 70: Answering An Incoming Call While Navigating

    Bluetooth Phone Answering an incoming call while navigating If you want to stop the call, tap Press the NAVI button to return to the Map screen. On the Map screen, you can to return to the dialing screen. Answering an incoming call while navigating When navigating, you will be able to accept incoming calls using your p700 as a hands-free phone.
  • Page 71 Bluetooth Phone Answering an incoming call while navigating Or select to reject the incoming call. After you accept an incoming call, use your p700 as a hands-free device. During a call, press the NAVI button to return to the Map screen and tap the switch to the dialing screen.
  • Page 72: Sending Location

    Bluetooth Phone Sending location Sending location After connecting to your phone, you can send your current location to other people via SMS. Send a message via your mobile phone. to send message, and message is sent as a "predefined text Address: XXXX, GPS:0000".
  • Page 73: Predefining Text

    Bluetooth Phone Predefining text After sending, your p700 will display a confirmation message. You can also send your location via the contacts and dialed numbers lists. (Refer to "Dial from contacts" and "Dial from history") Predefining text Tap the "Predefined Text" icon on the second page of the phone menu. to edit predefined text.
  • Page 74: Synchronizing Contacts

    Bluetooth Phone Synchronizing contacts After finishing, tap and return to the following screen. to save the predefined text and return. Synchronizing contacts Tap the "Contacts Sync." icon on the second page of phone menu. The p700 will sync. contacts with your mobile phone. Tap p700 will confirm if you want to sync.
  • Page 75: Sending Emergency

    Bluetooth Phone Sending emergency Tap YES. The p700 will start to sync. Sending emergency Tap the "Send Emergency" icon on the first page of the phone menu. After displaying the confirmation message, tap YES to proceed to the next step.
  • Page 76 Bluetooth Phone Sending emergency If the p700 is not connected to a phone, it will automatically connect to the last connected phone. After connecting to a phone. The p700 will check the contacts to find people who are set as emergency contacts. And then send emergency message in a format of "SOS: predefined text address: xxxx, GPS: 0000"...
  • Page 77: Resetting The Acer P700 Series Portable Navigator

    Resetting the Acer p700 Se r i e s P o r t a b l e N a v i g a t o r Performing a soft reset Acer 6 Resetting the p700 Series Portable Navigator You may have to perform a reset if the device freezes (i.e., device no longer responds to the buttons on the screen).
  • Page 78: Performing A Hard Reset

    Resetting the Acer p700 Serie s P or t ab l e Na vi g at or Performing a hard reset Performing a hard reset If a soft reset does not correct the problem, you can then try a hard reset. Slide the power switch to the left and then slide it back to the right.
  • Page 79 Resetting the Acer p700 Se r i e s P o r t a b l e N a v i g a t o r Loading the factory default settings Tap YES on the dialog box. After the factory reset, reconfigure your device’s user preferences.
  • Page 80: Frequently Asked Questions

    Resetting the Acer p700 Serie s P or t ab l e Na vi g at or Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions Q: Is my phone compatible with the p700? A: Go to http://global.acer.com/products/pda/index.htm to check for compatibility. Q: Why can't I send contact (vCard) information to my phone? A: Your phone may not support the vCard format.
  • Page 81: Information For Your Safety And Comfort

    Information for your safety and comfort Information for your safety and comfort Safety instructions Read these instructions carefully. Keep this document for future reference. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. Turning the product off before cleaning Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
  • Page 82: Caution: Listening

    I n f o r m a t i o n f o r y o u r safety and comfort • Never use it under sporting, exercising, or any vibrating environment which will probably cause unexpected short current or damage devices, and even exposure risk from Lithium-ion battery pack.
  • Page 83: Battery

    Mounting on a Car Extreme care must be taken when mounting the Acer p700 Series on a car. Read the description in "Setting up the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator in your vehicle" on page xiv carefully before mounting. Acer p700 Series shall be mounted in compliance with the relevant legislation and the vehicle manufacturer’s rule.
  • Page 84: Potentially Explosive Environments

    For more information on the Waste from Electrical and Electronics Equipment (WEEE) regulations, visit http://global.acer.com/about/sustainability.htm Mercury advisory For projectors or electronic products containing an LCD / CRT monitor or display: Lamp(s) inside this product contain mercury and must be recycled or disposed of according to local, state or federal laws.
  • Page 85: Tips And Information For Comfortable Use

    Information for your safety and comfort Tips and information for comfortable use Computer users may complain of eyestrain and headaches after prolonged use. Users are also at risk of physical injury after long hours of working in front of a computer. Long work periods, bad posture, poor work habits, stress, inadequate working conditions, personal health and other factors greatly increase the risk of physical injury.
  • Page 86: Developing Good Work Habits

    I n f o r m a t i o n f o r y o u r safety and comfort LCD Display • Keep your display clean. • Adjust the display brightness and/or contrast to a comfortable level for enhanced text readability and graphics clarity.
  • Page 87: Regulatory And Safety Notices

    Regulatory and safety notices Regulatory and safety notices FCC notice This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
  • Page 88: Operation Conditions

    Cet appareil numerique de la classe B est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Declaration of Conformity for EU countries Hereby, Acer, declares that this Portable Navigator is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. (Please visit http:// global.acer.com/products/pda/reg-pda/index.htm for complete documents.)
  • Page 89: European Union (eu)

    The radiated output power of the wireless LAN and Bluetooth is far below the FCC ® radio frequency exposure limits. Nevertheless, the Acer Portable Navigator shall be used in such a manner that the potential for human contact during normal operation is minimized as follows: •...
  • Page 90: Exposure Of Humans To Rf Fields (rss-102)

    Regulatory and safety notices Exposure of humans to RF fields (RSS-102) The Acer Portable Navigator employs low gain integral antennas that do not emit RF field in excess of Health Canada limits for the general population; consult Safety Code 6, obtainable from Health Canada's website at www.hc-sc.gc.ca/rpb.
  • Page 91 (“x” = 0~9, a ~ z, or A ~ Z) Name of Responsible Party: Acer America Corporation Address of Responsible Party: 333 West San Carlos St. San Jose, CA 95110 U. S. A. Contact Person: Acer Representative Phone No.: 1-254-298-4000 Fax No.: 1-254-298-4147...
  • Page 92: Declaration Of Conformity

    Regulatory and safety notices Acer Computer (Shanghai) Limited 3F, No. 168 Xizang medium road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, China Declaration of Conformity Acer Computer (Shanghai) Limited 3F, No. 168 Xizang medium road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, China Contact Person: Mr. Easy Lai Tel: 886-2-8691-3089 Fax: 886-2-8691-3000 E-mail: easy_lai@acer.com.tw...
  • Page 93: Faqs

    FAQs FAQs This section lists down frequently asked questions that may arise during the use of Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator your , and gives easy answers and solutions to these questions. Aspect Question Answer Audio Why is there no •...
  • Page 94 "Performing a hard reset" on page 54 for stops instructions. functioning normally? Power I couldn’t turn The battery power may be depleted. on the device. Recharge the device. Go to "Recharging the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator" on page 8 for instructions.
  • Page 95: Customer Support

    Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator If you encounter a problem with your , review the following first: • "Resetting the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator" on page 53 • "FAQs" on page 69. Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator • Latest User Guide on your regional Acer web site.
  • Page 96: System Specifications

    System specifications System specifications This chapter lists the features and operating specifications of the Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator Hardware features Aspect Description Processor • Samsung S3C2412A26 266 MHz application processor GPS chipset • SiRF Star III AL chipset and firmware solution Memory •...
  • Page 97: Design And Ergonomics

    Dimensions (L x W x H): 123 x 96.42 x 24.02 mm lightweight • Weight: 240g User-friendly • Acer p700 Series Portable Navigator interface – Quick launch hotkeys for Main Menu and Navigation screens – Control hotkeys for volume level – Touch sensitive screen •...
  • Page 98: Environmental Specifications

    System specifications Environmental specifications Aspect Description Temperature Operating: -30°C to 60°C Storage: -30°C to 70°C Relative Operating: 20% to 90% RH humidity (non- Non-operating: < 20% RH and > 90% RH condensing)

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