The microphone hole is placed in the moving hinge section of the display and is only available when the lid is up.
The left side of the notebook offers the following components (from left to right):
- Kensington secure slot
- IEEE1394 port (FireWire)
- USB 2.0 port
- PC Card slot (for one card of type I or II) with eject button
An optical drive being missing here, the right panel of the notebook offers connectors, too:
- Two USB 2.0 ports
- LAN port (RJ-45)
- Modem port (RJ-11)
- 15-pin D-Sub connector for an external monitor
Most of the notebook’s rear panel is occupied by the battery module. Besides it, there is a power connector and a 124-pin Acer ezDock docking station that will bring you even more ports and connectors.
The Acer Ferrari 1005WTMi comes with two batteries: 2000mAh (3-cell) and 5200mAh (6-cell).
The small default 3-cell battery fits into the notebook’s dimensions perfectly while the larger 6-cell battery protrudes far out the case:
The following can be found on the bottom panel, besides the battery module: covers of the memory and HDD compartments, Acer Disk Anti-Shock Protection to protect the hard disk, two battery latches, and stickers with model information and with the OS serial number.
Acer DASP looks like a large rubber leg which it actually is.
There are two slots in the memory compartment. Both are occupied by 1024MB modules. This is half the maximum amount of system memory this notebook supports.