Mobile devices can use either a wired or wireless connection in order to connect to a network to send and receive information. In the following sections, we will explore some of the wired and wireless mechanisms that can be used in more detail.
There are several wired mechanisms that a mobile device can use to connect to a network to send and receive information. In the following sections, we will explore some of these mechanisms in more detail. Continue reading
In addition to a keyboard, there are several other mechanisms for inputting information into a mobile device, namely:
Rim devices, cellular telephones, and PDAs typically do not have a mouse. Buttons or styluses are used to click or to select options instead. However, on Tablet PCs and Laptop PCs, a mouse is usually available externally by plugging it into the serial mouse port. Continue reading
In spite of some changes to the QWERTY Keyboard over the years, it has steadfastly remained a part of the office environment since its inception as a typewriter. A full standard size keyboard is 7” x 18”, which is large enough for an adult to comfortably type on and small enough not to be too cumbersome.
There are keyboard options and accessories available – such as rolled up or folding keyboards- which allow you the luxury of having a bigger keyboard for more extensive typing on a smaller mobile device. However, this means that you have an additional peripheral to carry around with you. Continue reading