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An analog volume control is a traditional feature of Toshiba’s products:

And it is convenient, for example, for the InstantOn system that allows listening to Audio CDs without booting the OS up.

We’ve got a standard keyboard here:

It bears a few distinguishing Toshiba traits like the Windows and Context Menu keys being at the top:

The block of arrow keys is implemented correctly:

A block of playback controls for the InstantOn mode are located in the left part of the keyboard:

Above the controls are a Power-On button and two LED indicators (of HDD activity and InstantOn mode).

 
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