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I need a manual to get the most from my Acer N300

I'm only using my PDA for basic stuff .. calendar, tasks , useful files to have on hand when away from laptop!... I want to know what else it does!!! I want to expand the memory and use an SD card but don't know how to access it or save to it. Do I need to save pics/ files etc to the SD card before I insert it?? I am always deleting files when the memory is low.. Is there a manual??
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Hi,
go here:-
http://www.acer.co.th/product/peripheral/pda/n300.htm
This should answer your questions.
p.s memory cards are usually SD, and slot in the top of the Unit.
Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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