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The notebook’s left panel offers the following:

  • LAN port (RJ-45)
  • Modem port (RJ-11)
  • USB 2.0 connector
  • Optical drive with an activity indicator, an eject button and an emergency ejection hole
  • 4-in-1 card-reader (supports Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, MultiMediaCard, Secure Digital)

Here’s what you’ll find on the right panel:

  • 26-pin ExpressCard/54 connector

  • Volume control
  • Microphone input
  • Digital S/PDIF output (headphones output)
  • 4-pin FireWire port marked as DV meaning that it can be used for high-end digital video equipment
  • USB 2.0 connector
  • 15-pin D-Sub connector for an external monitor

The following can be found on the notebook’s rear:

  • Power connector
  • TV output (S-Video)
  • USB 2.0 port
  • Kensington lock

The ASUS W7J comes with a 4800mAh battery. As opposed to W5 and W6 series notebooks, the battery is not the same height as the notebook’s body and does not serve as a support for the notebook’s rear part.

On the notebook’s bottom panel there are CPU, memory and HDD compartments, a battery module with two locks, a reset button (in case the Ctrl+Alt+Del key combination doesn’t work), and stickers with product information and the OS serial number.

The memory compartment accommodates one slot occupied with a 512MB module. The second module is presumably located on the mainboard and cannot be replaced. Considering that the maximum amount of memory supported by the notebook is 1536MB, your upgrade opportunities are limited to replacing the accessible 512MB module with a 1GB one.

 
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