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Adjusting The Angle Of The Display; Connecting Devices - Fujitsu Tablet DOCK ST5100 Series User Manual

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Depending upon the configuration of your
Tablet PC, the display image may or may
not change orientation automatically
when the display is rotated. To manually
change the orientation of the display
image, use the Orientation application
button. (See your system User's Guide for
more information).

ADJUSTING THE ANGLE OF THE DISPLAY

To adjust the angle of the display, press the two easel
release buttons towards each other (See figure 2 on page 2
for location). While the buttons are pressed, slide the
easel to the desired position. Release the buttons when
the display is at the desired angle.

CONNECTING DEVICES

This section contains instructions on attaching external
peripherals to your Tablet Dock.
To Attach an External VGA Monitor
This option allows you to use an external monitor with
your system. The only requirement is that the external
device (monitor, projector) is a VGA device. Consult the
instructions that come with the device.
1. Securely insert the external monitor plug into the
display port on the back of the Tablet Dock
(Figure 2). Always check the icon by the port before
inserting. Tighten screws if available.
2. You may switch between the internal monitor and
external monitor using the Display Configuration
utility located in the system tray at the bottom right
of the screen, or through the Control Panel settings.
To Attach a USB device
If your Tablet PC supports USB 2.0
devices, the Tablet Dock will also support
USB 2.0 devices.
To attach a USB device, securely insert the connector
into one of the three USB ports on the left side of the
Tablet Dock (Figure 2). It may be necessary to wait a
short time while the appropriate drivers are located and
installed by the system.
To Attach an IEEE 1394 device
The IEEE 1394 interface allows you to attach IEEE 1394-
compliant devices (e.g., digital cameras, digital video
cameras) to the docked system.
T a b l e t D o c k U s e r ' s G u i d e
To attach an IEEE 1394 device, securely insert the
connector into the IEEE 1394 jack on the left side of the
Tablet Dock (Figure 2).
Refer to the device manufacturer's installation and usage
instructions for configuration instructions.
To Attach External Audio Equipment
The Tablet Dock provides a Line Out jack for head-
phones or external speakers.
Connecting external speaker, headphones,
or microphone disables the system's
internal speaker or internal microphone.
To attach an external audio device, insert the plug into
the Line Out jack on the back of the Tablet Dock
(Figure 2).
To Attach a LAN Device
The LAN (RJ-45) jack allows you to connect the system's
internal Fast Ethernet to a LAN, or broadband devices
such as a cable modem, DSL, or satellite internet.
Some models of the Stylistic ST Series
Tablet PCs support Gigabit Ethernet. If
your Tablet PC supports Gigabit Ethernet,
the Tablet Dock will also support it.
To attach a LAN device, insert the plug into the LAN
(RJ-45) jack on the back of the Tablet Dock.
Refer to the device manufacturer's installation and usage
instructions for configuration instructions.
USING THE INTERNAL OPTICAL DRIVE
The Tablet Dock may be outfitted with an optical drive
or weight saver insert. The instructions for installing and
removing disks is the same for all drives. For informa-
tion about the software's features and capabilities, refer
to the help files associated with the related applications.
Do not operate your optical drive unless
your system is sitting on a relatively flat
surface. Using the drive when the system
is not level may damage the drive or
prevent proper operation.
Prolonged use of the optical drive, such as
watching a DVD movie, will significantly
reduce your battery life if no other power
source is attached. Be sure to attach a
power adapter when using the Tablet
Dock for prolonged tasks.
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