HP iPAQ 210 Cables and Accessories

Wall Charger unit Plug the wall charger pin end into this charge plug
The charge plug goes into the wide socket at the bottom of the iPAQ. If it doesn't easily push in place, flip it over and try the other way.  Squeeze sides to remove. (The round hole on the right is for an earphone headset.)

A USB Sync cable included in the iPAQ package.  The Sync cable is used to synchronize data like your address book, between your computer and the iPAQ.  But it can also be used to charge.  The wide iPAQ plug of the sync cable has a round socket that will accept the pin end of the Wall Charger, so you can charge and sync at the same time.

Although not included in the iPAQ package, you can optionally buy (at very low cost) a USB-A to Mini-B cable and charge the PDA through the Mini-B socket.  This is especially useful for charging the PDA while driving in your car.  This type of accessory equipment is low-cost and widely available in stores and on the internet.  (Click pics for price examples on Amazon.)
The small plug goes into the PDA, the big plug goes to a computer or a USB charging adapter.   This is a USB charge adaptor for use in a car.  Many new cars have a USB charging port like this built-in.

An SD card and an SD card reader are included with the ScoutPalDB package.  (Color and shape will vary from what is pictured here.)

In use, the SD card is stored in the top of the iPAQ.  (Inside the SD card is a folder named "SPDB2", where the database files are stored.) The SD card is similar to a floppy disk, you pop it out of the iPAQ and plug it into your computer so that you can transfer database updates to it.  Many new computers have an SD card slot built into them, but if your computer doesn't, no worries, you can simply plug the SD into the card reader, then plug the card reader into a USB port on your computer.

SD card in iPAQ SD cardInsert into card readerPlug reader into computer

Examples of built-in card readers, desktop and laptop

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