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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

2-in-1 Computer
3E
Model No.
Available in the U.S. only for the K-12 market starting fall 2014.
Please read these instructions carefully before using this product, and save this manual for future use.

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 2-in-1 Computer Model No. Available in the U.S. only for the K-12 market starting fall 2014. Please read these instructions carefully before using this product, and save this manual for future use.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Safety Precautions READ ME FIRST ..... . 3-17 To reduce the risk of injury, loss of life, electric shock, fire, malfunction and damage to equipment or property, always Safety Precautions .

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    30 minutes of use . children, ages 6 and up. There must be supervision by an adult of school children under 10 when using the 3E CAUTION Education PC. It is a must to have a thorough explanation to students on safe and proper handling of the 3E Education PC, power supply, battery pack and power cord.

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    Safety Precautions DANGER WARNING When disposing the battery, generation of heat, Generation of heat, ignition or rupture of the battery ignition or rupture of the battery may result. may result. Handling This Computer Do Not Charge the Battery Using Methods Do Not Disassemble the Computer Except Other Than Those Specified When Disposing of it...

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    Safety Precautions WARNING • Unusually hot ➯ After the above procedure, contact your technical support office for repair . Fire or electric shock may result. Insert the AC Plug Completely ➯ Do not use a damaged plug or loose AC outlet . Do Not Connect the AC Adaptor to a Power Clean Dust and Other Debris off the AC Plug Source Other Than a Standard Household...

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    Safety Precautions CAUTION CAUTION Fire or electric shock may result. This product may fall over or drop, resulting in an injury. Do Not Place This Product on Unstable Do Not Move This Product While the AC Plug Surfaces Is Connected ➯...

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    AS PART OF, NUCLEAR EQUIPMENT/SYSTEMS, AIR medical equipment for the purpose of medical diagnosis . TRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT/SYSTEMS, AIRCRAFT • Panasonic shall not be liable for loss of data or other COCKPIT EQUIPMENT/SYSTEMS, MEDICAL DEVICES incidental or consequential damages resulting from the...

  • Page 8: Regulatory Compliance Information

    Safety Precautions Regulatory Compliance Information FCC Declaration of Conformity This computer has been designed so as to minimize shock to the LCD and hard disk drive, but no warranty is provided This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules . against such trouble .

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    (RF) due to environmental considerations . For disposal or energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of recycling information, please visit the Panasonic website: the U .S . Government, Industry Canada, and other national http://www .panasonic .com/environmental regulatory agencies .

  • Page 10: Getting Started

    Getting Started Package Contents Layout Front Carefully unpack your box and take out the items listed as below . If any of the items is missing or damaged, contact your dealer immediately: 1x Tablet 1x Magnifying lens 1x Keyboard docking 1x Thermometer probe 1x AC adaptor 1x Operating Instructions...

  • Page 11: Layout

    Getting Started Layout Back Left (I/O cabinet) NAME FUNCTION This is where you can connect your HDMI external Micro HDMI port screen. Micro SD This is where you can insert a Micro SD memory card slot card. Headphone Here you can plug in a standard headphone. connector NAME FUNCTION...

  • Page 12: Keyboard Dock Views

    Getting Started Keyboard Dock Views Shortcut Keys You can access certain system settings quickly by pressing CONNECTORS AND INDICATORS the appropriate function keys . Press both the Fn key and one of the following shortcut keys at the same time to perform your desired function . Enable/disable the Airplane mode to turn Increases the...

  • Page 13: Using Your Computer

    Getting Started Using Your Computer 2 . Touch Settings from the menu, and you will see a menu as shown on page 24 . Powering ON Your Computer 3 . Click Power icon, and select Shut down . 1 . If this is the first time you are B.

  • Page 14: Handling And Maintenance

    Getting Started Handling and Maintenance Waking Up Your Computer Operation Environment Note: It is recommended that you put your Place the computer on a flat stable surface not subject to computer to sleep before you move it. shock, vibration, and danger of dropping . Do not place the Do one of the following: computer upright or turn it over .

  • Page 15: Basic Touch Screen Operations

    Getting Started Basic Touch Screen Operations GESTURE NAME EXPLANATION The monitor is a touch screen . You can use your fingers or Pinch a touch pen to perform many actions on it . Move two fingers together or apart while touching Don’t use sharp objects to touch the screen .

  • Page 16: Windows Interface

    Getting Started Windows Interface DESKTOP In Windows 8 .1, the Desktop is treated as an app . You can find START SCREEN and activate it from your Start screen and All Apps screen . When you turn on the computer, the Start screen is displayed, which allows you to access many features and installed applications (also referred to as apps) at one glance .

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    Getting Started CUSTOMIZING YOUR TASKBAR THE CHARMS MENU This menu consists of five options that are called Charms and provide quick access to various aspects of Windows 8 .1 . To display the Charms, do one of the following: Move the pointer to the upper-right or lower-right corner Use one finger to swipe in from the right edge of the screen...

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    Getting Started ALL APPS SWITCHING BACK TO START SCREEN In the Start screen, touch any blank area and slightly For switching back to the Start screen, do one of the following: drag upward . Move the mouse cursor to the lower-left corner, and click the Windows icon .

  • Page 19: Set Up And Connection

    Getting Started Set up and Connection CONFIGURING YOUR MICROSOFT ACCOUNT To share files or settings with other devices running WINDOWS ACTIVATION Windows 8 .1, you need to set up a Microsoft Account . When you turn the computer on for the first time, the Windows Furthermore, if you want to download or purchase apps activation screen may appear .

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    Getting Started SET UP YOUR START SCREEN WIRELESS LAN Adding an App Enabling Wireless Connection To add an app: To do this, do one of the following: 1 . Open the All Apps screen . When the keyboard is attached, 2 .

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    Getting Started MICRO SD CARD SLOT CONNECTING AN EXTERNAL DEVICE Connecting to the USB Port You can utilize your micro SD cards as removable disks and conveniently exchange data with digital devices such as a Your computer comes with two USB ports compatible with digital camera, digital camcorder, MP3, etc .

  • Page 22: Battery

    Getting Started Battery Connecting to the HDMI Port You can connect an external display device such as a CHARGING YOUR BATTERY monitor, TV, projector, etc ., only if such device has an You can charge your tablet directly HDMI port . By doing so, you have a wider view when by connecting the adaptor to the you give a presentation or watch a video or movie .

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    Getting Started INSPECTING YOUR BATTERY STATUS APPROXIMATE STATUS OF YOUR BATTERY There are mainly two ways to view your battery status . The battery icon reveals the approximate status of your battery which described as below . By Opening the Charms In the Start screen or Desktop, open the Charms menu .

  • Page 24: Specifications

    Getting Started Specifications 3E SPECIFICATIONS Processor Intel Atom processor Z3740D, 1.3 GHz, Camera Front-facing 1.26 MP VGA, rear-facing 5.0 MP ® ™ Quad Core Snap-on Snap-on magnification lens, 30X magnification Operating System Windows 8.1 Pro, 32-bit compliant Magnification Lens Memory 2 GB DDR3L-RS –...

  • Page 25: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting To know how to use Windows 8 .1 properly, it is better to For about any problem, follow these steps: learn how to use Windows by utilizing Windows Help . 1 . Restart your tablet . WINDOWS HELP 2 . Check your wireless LAN connection . 3 .

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    Troubleshooting DISPLAY PROBLEMS RECOVERY SYSTEM PROBLEMS Fail to restore system Make sure that: The screen is The system partition, such as the partition size or partition to factory – The screen resolution and color quality are unreadable or the drive capacity of C, has been modified. default correctly set.

  • Page 27: Appendix

    Product which was accompanied by the Programs to such other party . At the time of such a transfer, you A . Panasonic Corporation hereby grants you a personal, must also transfer all copies, whether in printed or non-transferable and non-exclusive right and license to...

  • Page 28: Limited Warranty

    . in a Global Panasonic designated service location for the Upon any such termination, you agree to destroy, at your...

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    6 month warranty on the original battery . requirements or that the operation of the software programs will be uninterrupted or error free . Panasonic shall have no Optional: Extended Warranty Program obligation for any defects in the disk(s) or other media on...

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    This limited warranty only covers failures due to defects in Panasonic System Communications materials or workmanship which occur during normal use . If a unit is sent to a Panasonic Authorized Service Center and Company of North America Two Riverfront Plaza...

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    Panasonic System Communications Company of North America Two Riverfront Plaza, Newark NJ 07102 Printed in China Panasonic Corporation of North America ©2014...

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