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Use this Ectaco jetBook e-Book Reader USB Data Cable to update your portable library and media files, and simultaneously charge your jetBook e-book reader while it's plugged into your computer.
This data and charging cable is strictly a replacement cable for the one that came with your jetBook e-Book Reader. There are not multiple versions of the jetBook e-Book Reader USB cable.
You can transfer data to and from your jetBook e-Book Reader with this cable. In addition, this cable provides power to your jetBook e-Book Reader (and charges the battery) when you use it to connect your jetBook e-Book Reader to a computer USB port (and the computer is on). That's a handy way to charge up if you're traveling with a laptop.
Actually, this will work with any USB-ported device (USB to mini-USB, but not USB to micro-USB)--not just your jetBook. And any USB cable that can connect mini-USB to a computer will work in place of this cable. The Universal Serial Bus isn't so universal anymore, and there are many sizes of cables and connectors. But if a cable fits a connector, it works. What has not changed in USB is a USB port supplies 5VDC and provides data channels.
These tips apply to eBookReaders, in general. Some may not apply to your particular eBookReader. Some apply to any mobile device, even if it's not an eBookReader.
Keep your accessories in a zippered pouch. You can find a suitable one at any office supply store.
If you have SD cards or MMCs, keep them in a special case made for these cards. Put it inside your zippered pouch.
Generally, new accessories do not come out after the device has been on the market. But sometimes, they do. We carry the current offerings of accessories, so check this site to see what's available.
If your eBookReader has an li-poly rechargeable battery, don't charge it for more than 6 to 12 hours.
If your batteries are alkaline, consider replacing them with rechargeable ones (pick up a charger and batteries at your local office store).
You've invested in an eBookReader. Now make that investment pay off by choosing ebooks of substance. The occasional novel is OK, but the device is best used to boost your brainpower by reading nonfiction.
In the USA, people tend to be grossly unaware of their own nation's history. This is a huge mistake, and it's why the federal "elections" are mostly ineffectual. If you learn why things are they way they are and how they got there, you're well on the way to being properly prepared for civil participation.
Many nonfiction titles are life-changing, and that's true across many genres and subjects. Consider health, career, interpersonal relationships, and history just to name a few.
A phenomenon called "convergence" occurs as more devices share the same or similar features. Many mobile devices have similar auxiliary programs. Interestingly, many users of Device A will buy Device B to get functionality that's already on Device A. Check out your device to see what all of its functions are.
Most of the non-reading programs won't be useful to a particular person. What usually happens is different people like different things and so you're likely to find one or two of these programs exceptionally useful. Play around with the device a bit to see which of these best suit you.
As with most gadgets today, if it malfunctions reboot it. The button that turns the screen on and off does not turn the device on and off. The device has a reset button. This doesn't completely clear the memory, though. If a reset doesn't fix your problem, remove the battery(ies) and after waiting about 15 minutes put the battery(ies) back in and restart the device.
If the device has an SD card or MMC, pop it out, pop it back in, and reset the device.
Back in the old days, travelers would accidentally forget the novel they were reading when getting on or off the plane. Oops. But a small loss. Then this transitioned to cell phones and laptops. Oops. Not a small loss. A solution to this problem, at least with eBookReaders, is to use a wrist tether. You can also just follow the cue of airline pilots and climbers by having a set procedure you go through even if you're "sure" everything is OK. Get in the habit of turning your eBookReader on and then back off any time you rise from a seat while traveling. This may sound silly, but what happens is you must always touch that device and be aware of it before moving. That keeps you from leaving it behind.
Generally, eBookReaders don't get stolen. There's a much higher risk with laptops because the theives are not so concerned with getting a device; they are after the data (e.g., passwords and, in the case of corporate laptops, proprietary information). However, this doesn't mean eBookReaders don't disappear when you're not looking. Rather than set it on the chair next to you, put it in your carry bag or set it on the floor under your foot.
Many of our customers need to use Purchase Orders. We are happy to have such customers.
To purchase using a PO number:
Proceed through checkout, as if using a credit card.
For Bill To, enter the e-mail address of your Accounts Payable Department (or someone in it).
At the payment method dropdown, select "Purchase Order" and proceed through checkout.
If you need a physical address for us so you can create your Purchase Order:
4806 Wedd St
Merriam, KS 66203-5414
Note: As an Earth-friendly company, we don't do faxes. We don't need to see your PO, so don't worry about sending it.
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