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A chromium-plated plastic bar is implanted into the grid. The Power-On button resides on the right of this bar and the notebook’s indicators are inside it. You can see them when the notebook is turned on. The lid is designed in such a way that the indicators are also visible when the lid is open:

The front panel doesn’t carry anything unnecessary:

A card-reader and a Wi-Fi adapter switch fit nicely into this panel:

Part of the Wi-Fi switch is painted red, so when you move it into the On position, you can immediately tell that the Wi-Fi adapter is active. My thanks go to the designers for their putting covers on all infrequently used connectors. For example, only two USB ports, a headphones output (combined with a digital SPDIF output) and a microphone input are left open on the right panel:

A power connector, FireWire, S-Video and D-Sub interfaces are all hidden under covers:

 
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