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Olibook Tn121: The Return of Olivetti

Olivetti try to reassert itself in the market for computing devices. And intends to do so by developing a series of tablet PCs and notebooks(Toshiba Satellite A200 battery) suitable for both leisure use that office.
After the heavy economic crash happened in the '90s the company, defined as "pioneering" in relation to the market of computers and typewriters in the 70 over the last twenty years has concentrated its efforts on IT technology, the development of printers increasingly advanced and retail business solution, putting aside the hardware development by which in the past had been the pride of Italian industry in the world.
Now he decided to return to the market, developing several devices with multiple features, grouping them under the eloquent name Olibook. To let you test the intention with which the Italian company intends to recover its place in the market information we present the Olibook Tn121: Italian single hybrid between a notebook(IBM Thinkpad X41 Battery) and a tablet PC. Still do not know the price of the last device Olivetti born at home, but rumors suggest that they come on the market with a very competitive price.
A very interesting device, when viewed from the standpoint of entertainment venues and use. Suffice to say that this tablet PC has supplied on a 12.1-inch TFT touch screen connected among other things, a 1.3 megapixel webcam and a CD / DVD DL. For an Intel Core Duo processor based on Intel Centrino are a 4 GB RAM and a 160 GB hard drive, a fingerprint reader and a Wi-Fi Intel Pro / Wireless 802.11b / g.
A 4-cell battery as HP 530 battery powers the device giving the same 2.3 hours of battery life, perhaps the only flaw of a tablet PC with interesting performances.
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Unless your tablet and PC have bluetooth and can pair up together, this can sometimes be an issue. Folks think that since their tablet is wireless and connects to their home network, they should be able to access it from other PCs/devices on the network. Unfortunately, although tablets are computing devices, they are not computers in the same definition as PCs are. They do not have domains, workgroups, or homegroups inherit to their OS. Thus, PCs on the network don't see them. If you have a USB cable to connect the tablet to the PC, then you may see the device as an added one since the PC's OS can assign the device a drive letter. Most folks want this connectivity to transfer photos and videos from one device to another. If you cannot physically connect the two units via cable, you might try to find an app that will allow you to get the devices talking to each other. There are FTP apps that will get the two together for file transfers and the like.

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I need instruction manual how to fix 1969 Vintage Olivetti Typewriters. Also in this model I am missing some bearing somewhere. I need to fix that. Thank you.


Hi.

Regarding the manual, the Olivetti will probably belong to the lettera series. Here a manual: tntf. O, Olivetti & C, S. p. A.

Regarding the bearing, service manual in PDF for devices sold before the 1980s are not available, and replacement parts are very difficult to find. The only way to restore a vintage typewriter is usually by finding the same model on the second-hand market for spares or repair.

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Toshiba Satellite 1400


To Access the Bios Setup Utility Here Is A List Of Key Commands And The Make/Model They Are For..

Acer - Aspire, Power, Veriton, Extensa, Ferrari, TravelMate, Altos
  • Press Del or F2 immediately after powering on.
  • The BIOS on the Acer Altos 600 server uses the Ctrl+Alt+Esc key and the F1 key for advanced options.
  • Older Acer computers may use also use the F1 or Ctrl+Alt+Esc keys to access BIOS.
Compaq - Presario, Prolinea, Deskpro, Systempro, Portable
  • Press F10 while the cursor in the top right corner of the screen is blinking.
  • Older Compaq computers may use the F1, F2, F10, or Del key to give access to BIOS.
Dell - XPS, Dimension, Inspiron, Latitude. OptiPlex, Precision, Vostro
  • Press F2 when the Dell logo appears. Press every few seconds until the message Entering Setup appears.
  • Older Dell desktops and laptops may instead use Ctrl+Alt+Enter or Del to enter BIOS.
  • Older Dell laptops may use Fn+Esc or Fn+F1.
eMachines - eMonster, eTower, eOne, S-Series, T-Series
  • Press Tab or Del while the eMachine logo displays on screen.
  • Other eMachine computers may use F2 to enter BIOS.
Fujitsu - LifeBook, Esprimo, Amilo, Tablet, DeskPower
  • Press F2 once the Fujitsu logo appears.
Gateway - DX, FX, One, GM, GT, GX, Profile, Astro
  • Press the F1 key repeatedly after restarting the computer.
  • Some older Gateway computers use F2 to access the BIOS Setup utility.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) - Pavilion, TouchSmart, Vectra, OmniBook, Tablet
  • Press the F1 key after restarting the computer.
  • HP Tablet PCs may use F10 or F12.
  • Other HP computers may allow access to BIOS using the F2 or Esc keys.
IBM - PC, XT, AT
  • Press F1 immediately after powering on the computer.
  • Older IBM computers (including some laptops) may utilize the F2 key for BIOS entry.
Lenovo (formerly IBM) - ThinkPad, IdeaPad, 3000 Series, ThinkCentre, ThinkStation
  • Press F1 or F2 after powering on the computer.
  • Older Lenovo products allow access to BIOS using Ctrl+Alt+F3, Ctrl+Alt+Ins, or Fn+F1.
Micron (MPC Computers) - ClientPro, TransPort
  • Press F1, F2 or Del immediately after powering on the PC.
NEC - PowerMate, Versa, W-Series
  • Press F2 to enter the BIOS Setup.
Packard Bell - 8900 Series, 9000 Series, Pulsar, Platinum, EasyNote, imedia, iextreme
  • Press F1, F2, or Del to enter BIOS.
Sharp - Notebook Laptops, Actius UltraLite
  • Press F2 after the computer starts.
  • Some very old Sharp PCs require a Setup Diagnostics Disk to access BIOS.
Shuttle - Glamor G-Series, D'vo, Prima P2-Series, Workstation, X Mini XPC, Surveillance
  • Press F2 or Del on startup.
Sony - VAIO, PCG-Series, VGN-Series
  • Press F1, F2 or F3 after turning on the computer.
Toshiba - Portégé, Satellite, Tecra
  • Press F1 or Esc after powering on to access BIOS.
The following companies are either closed for business or no longer manufacture or support mainstream computers systems so verifying the following BIOS access information is nearly impossible. I have included what I could dig up for anyone who might be interested:
ARI / ALR / AST (Advantage) - Press the Ctrl+Alt+Esc or Ctrl+Alt+Del keys.
Cybermax - Press the Esc key.
Tandon - Press the Ctrl+Shift+Esc keys.


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Problem with keys used to enter the cmos


For Toshiba notebook PCs manufactured since the introduction of Windows XP, one or more of the following methods will be effective:
  • Toshiba Hardware utility method: Run the Toshiba Hardware utility from the Toshiba Console. It may also accessible (as 'HWSetup') from the Windows Control Panel. Changes to some of the settings will require re-starting the computer. This method is the only way to access the BIOS settings on some notebook PCs (Satellite 5000 series, for example). (For these machines, pressing and holding the F12 key immediately after powering-on the notebook will allow you to alter the notebook's boot priority.)

    If the Toshiba Hardware utility is not present, try the F2 key method and the Esc key method (see below).
  • F2 key method: Turn the computer on. If you see an invitation to press the F2 key to enter Setup, do so. The Setup screen will appear.

  • Esc key method: Turn the computer on. If you do not see a prompt to press the F2 key, then immediately press and hold the Esc key for three seconds, and then release it. When prompted to, press the F1 key. The Setup screen will appear.
For more information search on toshiba web.

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