|"Users can launch Dell Latitude ON simply by pushing a dedicated|
Latitude ON button on Dell Latitude E4200 and Latitude E4300
ultra-portable laptops. Latitude ON is designed to utilize a dedicated
low-voltage sub-processor and mini-OS to give mobile workers comprehensive
access to their e-mail, calendars,contacts, and the Internet. To connect to
enterprise networks or the Internet,1 Latitude ON provides support for
standard Wi-Fi or mobile broadband connectivity."
... The software is placed on its own independent partition pressing "that button"
... This would switch the Reader on while the laptop is turned off.
... guess you could try pressing it again to turn that function off(?)
... unhook the mains and remove the main battery hold-in the power button for a few seconds then see what happens when you try again with power/battery hooked up!
"Dell Latitude ON™ Reader Help File
The Dell Latitude ON Reader Help file is
available on your hard drive..."
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