At the notebook’s bottom panel there are memory, Bluetooth card, communication module and HDD compartments (the HDD itself is taken out from the right panel – there’s only a fastening screw here), a battery module with one spring-loaded lock, stickers with the model information and the OS serial number.
These are the notebook’s feet: they are made of rubber and are somewhat larger than usual.
The Dell Precision M90 comes with a large 7200mAh battery. Just like with the Samsung Q30 Plus and the Dell Inspiron XPS M1210, there is a charge indicator on the reverse side of the battery so that you could always check out the amount of power left without turning the notebook on.
Near the battery there is a subwoofer that sounds good enough and is surrounded with a crescent-shaped additional support for the notebook’s body.
The memory compartment accommodates two slots occupied with 512MB modules. The maximum amount of system memory supported is 4096MB, so you can upgrade the notebook’s memory subsystem easily.
Below this compartment there is a port-replicator connector. So, if you think the notebook’s got too few ports and interfaces, you can add more via a docking station. But we can hardly think of a situation one might need to do so!