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The onscreen keyboard is of course not as handy as a normal one. That’s why you receive an external folding USB keyboard as an accessory. Its alphabetic keys are normal size and the layout is standard. The Fn button has a copy on the left, and the left Ctrl is placed in a corner. Users who can type text blindly won’t feel any discomfort with this keyboard. There are the traditional indicators here: Num Lock, Caps Lock and Scroll Lock.

The pointing stick (located between the G and H keys) with two buttons is the default pointing device on this computer.

The exclusive connector on the front panel is the main port the sub-notebook connects to the outside world with. You can attach a cradle or a special adapter for an external monitor (analog D-Sub) and a network Ethernet Base TX interface.

With a cradle, the sub-notebook can connect to more peripheral devices.

The rear and side panels of the cradle offer the following:

  • Four USB 2.0 ports
  • 4-pin FireWire port
  • DC power source
  • D-Sub connector for an external monitor
  • RJ-45 LAN port
  • AC power connector

As the snapshot shows, there are slits at the spot where the cradle connects to the sub-notebook so that the cooling system would not get blocked.

 
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