And that’s what you can see on the notebook’s bottom: the memory compartment, HDD fasteners (the HDD is extracted from the left panel), a battery module with two locks, and stickers with the model specs and the OS serial number.
The memory compartment accommodates one slot which is occupied by a 512MB module. The other module is obviously installed on the mainboard. The maximum memory amount supported by the notebook is 4096 megabytes.
The place of the output vent hole on the bottom panel is not appropriate since it is going to be blocked if you put the notebook on your laps. There is another vent hole to the left of the keyboard, however, that should protect the notebook from overheating in this situation.
There is a shock protector below the HDD designed like a rubber foot.
On the bottom panel and near the notebook’s rear there is a D-Dock connector for a port-replicator.
The notebook’s 6-cell 5000mAh battery is located in its bottom, right below the user’s right wrist – the front right of the case won’t get hot at work as the consequence. There is a feet on the battery the whole notebook stands on.
There’s a battery charge indicator at the back. It’s very handy to be able to check out the charge level without turning the notebook on.
The last thing we want to note about the exterior design of the D620 is that it offers a SIM-card slot in the battery compartment: besides other wireless interfaces, the notebook supports cellular networks.