Innovation in real life.

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Content informing: Send messages to another mobile phone or an email address ... Symbian OS, Windows Mobile. Telephones these days can have up to 20 Mb of memory ...
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´╗┐Innovation in real life Chapter 8 Mobile Computing: Keeping Your Data on Hand

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Chapter Eight Objectives Advantages and impediments Mobile Computing Devices Pagers and PDAs Portable media players Personal advanced colleagues Tablet PCs Laptops Synchronization of cell phones

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Advantages and Limitations Limited battery life Small Screen show Slow versatile Internet association Wireless Internet scope may not exist More unreasonable Less powerful Communicate wherever you are E-mail Cell telephone Access and change electronic data Update Word/Excel Files

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Paging Devices A paging gadget (a pager) permits you to get and once in a while send numeric (here and there content) messages Inexpensive and lightweight Different sorts Numeric: just get numeric messages Alphanumeric: get content and numeric messages Two-way pagers: you can form an instant message Not well known any more Cell telephones have a tendency to rule the business sector

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Some Cellular Phone Features Internet access Requires an Internet Service Provider Microbrowser programming required on the grounds that the screen space is little Wireless Markup Language is utilized to make sites for remote gadgets Text informing: Send messages to another PDA or an email address SMS (Short Message Service) Messages incorporate just content (normally up to 160 roasts) MMS (Multimedia Message Service) Messages incorporate content, sound, pictures, video cuts

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Cell Phones Have the Same Components as a Computer! Processor (CPU) Operating framework Symbian OS, Windows Mobile Phones these days can have up to 20 Mb of memory ROM: Store the working framework Separate Internal memory: contact information, pictures, ring tones Input Devices Microphone, keypad, camera Output Devices Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)

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Portable Media Players MP3: Format for putting away music in computerized documents (arrangement of bits) Portable media player (PMP): A little gadget that stores and plays music Storage space decides the quantity of melodies put away: Built-In blaze memory up to 8GB Hard drive up to 80 GB Sampling rate additionally influences number of tunes put away

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PMP Player Ripping Converting a tune from a CD into an advanced MP3 record Sampling Rate: the quantity of times each second the music is measured and changed over to an advanced quality E.g. 192 kilobits for each second (Kbps) The higher the examining rate the better the nature of the sound, yet the bigger the document size Transfer Files to PMP Player PMP gadgets accompany programming that permit you to exchange records from your PC to your player PMP gadgets are associated with a PC through a fast port (e.g. FireWire port, USB 2.0 port)

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Personal Digital Assistants Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) Devices that permit you to convey advanced data E.g. Exceed expectations/Word documents, melodies, photographs, diversions Often called Palm Computers or Handhelds Operating framework Palm OS from Palm Windows Mobile

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PDA Hardware Processor Speed fluctuates (e.g. 624 MHz) Input Devices Touch touchy screen Stylus: a penlike gadget used to enter information Keyboard: Integrated or Portable Output Devices LCD screen Grayscale Color Internal Memory RAM, ROM External Memory Removable blaze memory cards

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PDA File Transfer to Desktop can have memory card peruser Built in External (USB port) Using a support Connects the PDAs to the desktop utilizing a USB or serial port Wireless Infrared port on the PDA Radio waves (Bluetooth innovation for separations up to 30 ft) Synchronization Process of redesigning your information so the documents on your PDA and PC are the same Use Cradle

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Tablet PCs Portable and lightweight Two screen modes: Laptop Tablet Advanced penmanship acknowledgment abilities Pressure delicate screen Digital pen, computerized ink Draw pictures and enter content Docking station Connects printers, mice and different peripherals Operating System Window XP Tablet PC

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Laptop Computers Also called "note pads" Powerful versatile arrangement Hot-swappable narrows E.g. trade a DVD drive with a Zip drive Slower processors than desktops In tablets power originates from batteries Laptop batteries Rechargeable Lithium based Nickel based Memory impact: battery must be spent before energized

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Laptop or Desktop? Tablets: More unreasonable, due to the little impression Less expandable Not simple to include new ports and gadgets because of space limitations Exposed to more dangers, potentially burglary Great area adaptability

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