The notebook conceals its interfaces behind a flap on the back. This means that the notebook has the following connections:
- 1x ECP/EPP IEEE1284 parallel port
- 1x PS/2 port
- 1x VGA D-Sub DB-15 connector
- 1x S-Video mini-DIN connector
- 2x USB 2.0 ports
- 1x IEEE1394 Firewire 400 connector
- 1x IrDA connector
- 1x MultiPort connector
- 1x Expansion port connector
- 1x RJ-11 modem jack
- 1x 8P8C Ethernet jack
- 1x 3.5 mm line in
- 1x 3.5 mm line out
Internally, it contains:
- 1x mini-PCI
- 1x IDE hard drive controller and connector
- 1x Optical drive connector
- 1x Floppy Disk drive connector
These drives are "set-in-stone" drives and cannot be removed.
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