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[* black] The auxiliary "I/O" boardSurprise, there's a whole other board in here! It's ultra thin, and lightly adhered to the case, not a fun combination, but our engineers took it in stride!
[* black] Unique port arrangement,The USB-C ports are actually fairly modular! and presumably thinner?Each block of two plugs into the interconnect board, then folds over to slot through the case. An unusual arrangement, potentially to allow for the close quarters, but we love modular ports!
[* icon_note] Even the "Pro" iMac had [guide|101807|all its ports soldered|stepid=191190|new_window=true] to the logic board. While a desktop is less likely to experience port wear than a mobile device, it's ''always'' nice to have the option to replace.
[* black] The auxiliary "I/O" boardSurprise, there's a whole other board in here! It's ultra thin, and lightly adhered to the case, not a fun combination, but our engineers took it in stride!
[* black] Unique port arrangement,The USB-C ports are actually fairly modular! and presumably thinner?Each block of two plugs into the interconnect board, then folds over to slot through the case. An unusual arrangement, potentially to allow for the close quarters, but we love modular ports!
[* icon_note] Even the "Pro" iMac had [guide|101807|all its ports soldered|stepid=191190|new_window=true] to the logic board. While a desktop is less likely to experience port wear than a mobile device, it's ''always'' nice to have the option to replace.

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