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  • Chapter 6: Laptopsand PortableDevices

    2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco PublicITE PC v4.0Chapter 6 1

    Chapter 6: Laptopsand PortableDevices

    IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software v4.0

  • Purpose of this Presentation

    List of chapter objectives

    Overview of the chapter contents, includingstudent worksheetsstudent activitiessome potential student misconceptions

    Reflection/Activities for instructors to complete toprepare to teach

    Additional resources

    To provide to instructors an overview of Chapter 6:

    ITE PC v4.0Chapter 6 2 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public

    List of chapter objectives

    Overview of the chapter contents, includingstudent worksheetsstudent activitiessome potential student misconceptions

    Reflection/Activities for instructors to complete toprepare to teach

    Additional resources

  • Chapter 6 Objectives 6.1 Describe laptops and other portable devices

    6.2 Identify and describe the components of a laptop

    6.3 Compare and contrast desktop and laptopcomponents

    6.4 Explain how to configure laptops

    6.5 Compare the different mobile phone standards

    6.6 Identify common preventive maintenancetechniques used for laptops and portable devices

    6.7 Describe how to troubleshoot laptops and portabledevices

    ITE PC v4.0Chapter 6 3 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public

    6.1 Describe laptops and other portable devices

    6.2 Identify and describe the components of a laptop

    6.3 Compare and contrast desktop and laptopcomponents

    6.4 Explain how to configure laptops

    6.5 Compare the different mobile phone standards

    6.6 Identify common preventive maintenancetechniques used for laptops and portable devices

    6.7 Describe how to troubleshoot laptops and portabledevices

  • Chapter 6 Worksheets 6.1.2 Worksheet: Research Laptops, Smart Phones,

    and PDAs

    6.2.3 Worksheet: Laptop Docking Stations

    6.3.4 Worksheet: Laptop Expansion

    6.4.1 Worksheet: ACPI Standards

    6.7.2 Worksheet: Research Laptop Problems

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    6.1.2 Worksheet: Research Laptops, Smart Phones,and PDAs

    6.2.3 Worksheet: Laptop Docking Stations

    6.3.4 Worksheet: Laptop Expansion

    6.4.1 Worksheet: ACPI Standards

    6.7.2 Worksheet: Research Laptop Problems

  • Optional Virtual Laptop Activities 6.2.1 Explore the different views of the virtual laptop

    6.2.2 Explore the virtual laptop keyboard

    6.2.3 Explore the different views of the docking station

    6.4.2 Replace components and devices in the virtuallaptop

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    6.2.1 Explore the different views of the virtual laptop

    6.2.2 Explore the virtual laptop keyboard

    6.2.3 Explore the different views of the docking station

    6.4.2 Replace components and devices in the virtuallaptop

  • Introduction Do you know when the first laptops were developed? Who do you think used the early laptops? One of the original laptops was the GRiD Compass

    1101. It was used by astronauts on space missions in theearly 1980s.

    It weighed 11 lb (5 kg) and cost US $8,000 - $10,000! This chapter focuses on the differences between laptops

    and desktops and describes the features of PDAs andSmartphones.

    ITE PC v4.0Chapter 6 6 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public

    Do you know when the first laptops were developed? Who do you think used the early laptops? One of the original laptops was the GRiD Compass

    1101. It was used by astronauts on space missions in theearly 1980s.

    It weighed 11 lb (5 kg) and cost US $8,000 - $10,000! This chapter focuses on the differences between laptops

    and desktops and describes the features of PDAs andSmartphones.

  • Laptops and Portable Devices Notebooks, laptops, and tablets are types of portable

    computers.

    For clarity and consistency in this course, all portablecomputers will be called "laptops".

    Today, laptops are very popular because advances intechnology have resulted in laptops that cost less, weighless, and have improved capabilities.

    PDAs offer features such as games, web surfing, e-mail,instant messaging, and many other features offered byPCs.

    Smartphones are cell phones with many built-in PDAcapabilities.

    ITE PC v4.0Chapter 6 7 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public

    Notebooks, laptops, and tablets are types of portablecomputers.

    For clarity and consistency in this course, all portablecomputers will be called "laptops".

    Today, laptops are very popular because advances intechnology have resulted in laptops that cost less, weighless, and have improved capabilities.

    PDAs offer features such as games, web surfing, e-mail,instant messaging, and many other features offered byPCs.

    Smartphones are cell phones with many built-in PDAcapabilities.

  • Common Uses of Laptops Taking notes in school or researching

    papers Presenting information in business

    meetings Accessing data away from home or the

    office Playing games while traveling Watching movies while traveling Accessing the Internet in a public place Sending and receiving email in a public

    place Can you think of other uses for laptops?

    ITE PC v4.0Chapter 6 8 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public

    Taking notes in school or researchingpapers

    Presenting information in businessmeetings

    Accessing data away from home or theoffice

    Playing games while traveling Watching movies while traveling Accessing the Internet in a public place Sending and receiving email in a public

    place Can you think of other uses for laptops?

  • Common Uses of PDAs and Smartphones The PDA is an electronic personal

    organizer with tools to help organizeinformation

    The Smartphone is a mobile phone withPDA capabilities.

    Other uses of PDAs and Smartphones areto take phone calls, voice memos, takingnotes, text messaging, browsing theinternet, reading eBooks, playing games,internet chat, music, contacts, calendarand GPS.

    ITE PC v4.0Chapter 6 9 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public

    The PDA is an electronic personalorganizer with tools to help organizeinformation

    The Smartphone is a mobile phone withPDA capabilities.

    Other uses of PDAs and Smartphones areto take phone calls, voice memos, takingnotes, text messaging, browsing theinternet, reading eBooks, playing games,internet chat, music, contacts, calendarand GPS.

  • The Components of a LaptopCommon laptop features:

    Small and portable

    Integrated display screen in lid

    Integrated keyboard

    AC power source or rechargeable battery

    Hot-swappable drives and peripherals

    Some type of docking station or port replicator toconnect to peripherals

    ITE PC v4.0Chapter 6 10 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public

    Common laptop features:

    Small and portable

    Integrated display screen in lid

    Integrated keyboard

    AC power source or rechargeable battery

    Hot-swappable drives and peripherals

    Some type of docking station or port replicator toconnect to peripherals

  • Components Outside of a Laptop Top view of virtual laptop

    Bluetoothstatus LED

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    Batterystatus LED

    StandbyLED

  • Components Outside of a Laptop Rear view of virtual laptop

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    AC powerconnector

    Parallel portBattery bay

  • Components Outside of a Laptop Left side view of virtual laptop

    Ventilation grillRJ-11 modem Network LEDs

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    Securitykeyhole

    USBport

    S-videoport

    Headphonejack

    Microphonejack

    PC cardslot

    Ethernetport

  • Components Outside of a Laptop Front view of virtual laptop

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    Infraredport

    SpeakersLatch

    Ventilation grill

  • Components Outside of a Laptop Right side view of virtual laptop

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    Optical drive

    Optical driveindicator

    VGAport

    Drive bayindicator

  • Components Outside of a Laptop Underside view of virtual laptop

    Batterylatches

    Dockingconnector

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    Hard driveaccess panel

    RAMaccesspanel

  • Components Inside of a Laptop Open laptop Volume controls Power button

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    Keyboard

    Touchpad

    Pointer controller

    Fingerprintreader

  • Components Inside of a Laptop LEDs inside laptop

    Num lockHarddrive Battery

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    Wireless Bluetooth Caps lock Poweron

    Standby

  • Components on a Docking Station Top view of docking station

    Powerbutton

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    Dockingconnector

    Ejectbutton

  • Components on a Docking Station Rear view of docking station

    AC po