The touchpad is very handy. It is not below or above, but on the same level with the notebook’s top panel. The manufacturer says this prevents dust from accumulating along the touchpad’s sides. The surface of the device is a little rough and its sensitivity can be set up to your liking. The metal bezel of the touchpad smoothly transitions into the buttons:
Besides the main keyboard buttons, there are a Power-On button (with blue LED highlighting) and a button to switch through power-saving modes. They are at the notebook’s back part, under the screen. A microphone is built into the case between the Power-On button and the screen hinge.
Two speakers built into the bottom of the case give voice to this notebook and they sound poorly. The headphones output is high quality, though. The signal is powerful enough, and there are no perceptible distortions even at the highest sound volume.