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A traditional built-in pointing device of a laptop computer may not be sufficently user-friendly. A mobile phone could be designed to work as an external pointing device.
Motorola, Inc. 11/8/2002
English (United States)
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This is the abbreviated version, containing approximately
95% of the total text.
A combined mobile phone
and computer mouse
built-in pointing device of a laptop computer may not be sufficently
user-friendly.� A mobile phone could be
designed to work as an external pointing device.
describes a possible solution to improve the handling of a laptop computer
without adding additional computer equipment, such as a mouse. People on
business trips always try to limit their luggage to a minimum. In terms of
convenience and improved working with a laptop, a mobile phone could constitute
a wonderful tool, without adding more equipment that needs to be carried
Problem To Be Solved
pointing device on the keyboard of a laptop computer may not be sufficiently
user-friendly. For this reason, many laptop users add an external pointing
device (mouse) to their computer, for more convenience and improved
Proposed Solution to the Problem
Many laptop users
are also mobile telephone users. Since the shape of a mobile phone is quite
similar to the shape of a mouse, the idea is to use the mobile phone
additionally as such a pointing device.
This may be
realised by implementing a mechanical or optical movement sensor, as Is already
done in an existing mouse. This could preferably be in the back cover of the
mobile phone. The connection to the laptop could be realized by a cable, e.g.
with a USB-connector. Alternatively, and preferably, the connection could be
made wireless eith...