And here’s the back panel of the Acer Ferrari 4005WLMi:
- DVI-D digital video port
- S-Video output
- Battery connector
- 124-pin Acer ezDock connector
It’s the first time we meet a DVI-D port in a notebook. Considering the very high price of this model, the designers must have intended it for those users who have also bought a Ferrari-style monitor from Acer.
The ezDock connector is required for a port replicator, although we can hardly think of anything the notebook’s own interfaces can be complemented with.
The battery has a slightly higher capacity than in the previous model: 4800mAh against 4400mAh. It perfectly matches the dimensions of the case and doesn’t spoil the overall sleek design of the notebook.
And here’s the notebook’s bottom panel:
- Battery latch
- Optical drive latch
- Optical drive compartment
- WLAN adapter compartment
- Hard drive compartment
- Battery compartment
- Memory compartment
- Stickers with the model name and the OS serial number
- Some vent openings
There are two slots in the memory compartment occupied with 512MB modules. The maximum supported memory amount is 2048MB, so you can replace one or both of them with 1024MB modules to increase the amount of system memory.