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[* black] The left was the power, the PRIMARY USB, and the headphone jack.
[* black] The right sported a MINI DisplayPort and another USB. Someone says that you can connect a EXTERNAL GRAPHICS CARD!!!
[* icon_note] The two different USB port use two very different driver. PRIMARY one is a USB 2.0 with PowerShare, the SECONDARY ONE was a USB 3.0 without Powershare and requires external drivers (Fresco Logic, yes.)
-[* black] The keyboard is metal, the palm rest is metal, and the touchpad is metal.
-[* black] Full-metal top. A must-have for a "ultranook" for its time.
-[* black] But do you notice the holes and the small button on the right?
-[* black] It let you check how much battery there are. One light means 20%.
-[* black] One of the rarer designs, even today.
+[* black] Did you notice the holes and the small button on the right?
+[* black] It let you check how much battery there are. One light means 20%. Surely one of the rarer design, but clearly DELL kept the line up since ... their Studio XPS?