The LIFEBOOK P7010 has the following on its right panel:
- Headphones output combined with digital S/PDIF audio output
- Microphone input
- Two USB 2.0 ports
- LAN port (RJ-45)
- FireWire port
- S-Video output
- 15-pin D-Sub connector for an external monitor
The modem port on the left and the LAN, FireWire, S-Video and D-Sub connectors on the right panel can be hidden under special panels. They are useful on travels and give the notebook’s case a look of wholeness and solidity.
A Kensington lock and a battery on latches are the only things you will find at the sub-notebook’s back.
There’s only one thing I want to mention specifically. The hot air from the sub-notebook’s case is exhausted through the meshed vent opening in the back panel, near the Kensington lock. It is virtually impossible to block it whether you put the computer on your laps or on a desk and that’s just one more plus of the LIFEBOOK P7010.
The sub-notebook’s bottom panel has a number of labels and only one accessible memory compartment under a cloth cover. On removing this cover you see two memory slots, one of which is vacant and the other is occupied with a 512MB module. It means you can increase the memory amount with your own hands and this is in fact the single upgrade opportunity here. The bottom panel must be removed to access the other components and this is better done in an authorized service center.