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Quite surprisingly, this UMPC features as many interfaces, ports and connectors as a full-fledged notebook does. The left panel of the R2H offers a mini-USB port (USB 2.0) for the external keyboard and a ring for a wrist-strap.

The right panel offers more components, including those under the cover (from left to right):

  • LAN port (RJ-45) which is disabled when the PortBar is in use
  • Connector for the PortBar or, with a special adapter, a D-Sub port for an external monitor
  • USB 2.0 port
  • Microphone input
  • Headphones output
  • Power connector

The PortBar is a docking station that adds the following to the UMPC’s standard ports:

  • 15-pin D-Sub connector for an external monitor
  • Digital S/PDIF output
  • LAN port (RJ-45) – the standard LAN port is disabled if you use the PortBar
  • Four USB 2.0 ports

And this is what you can find on the top panel:

  • AV-Out port for analog audio/video devices
  • USB 2.0 port
  • Slider to block the input devices (Hold)
  • Secure Digital card-reader

  • WLAN slider switch
  • Enter button (it sends the Ctrl+Alt+Del sequence to the OS for logging in/out, locking or shutting down the PC, viewing the Task Manager or changing the password; this feature is also referred to as Secure Attention Sequence)
  • On/Off slider

The bottom panel offers two battery locks.

And here is the back of the UMPC:

 
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