Presentation on theme: "Understanding Your New Laptop: Basic Features. Kensington security lock (often used by retail stores) headphone jack microphone jack Left Side View Firewire."— Presentation transcript:
Kensington security lock (often used by retail stores) headphone jack microphone jack Left Side View Firewire Port Digital Video Input WiFi On/Off PCMCIA Slot For Firewire Card, Cellphone Internet, Wireless Adapters Smart Card Wireless adapter is built in; no need for an external card
Right side view of ports on the D620: Optical drive media bay (removable and swappable), 2 USB 2.0 ports (view large image)view large image Right side view of ports on the D620: Optical drive media bay (removable and swappable), 2 USB 2.0 ports (view large image)view large image Back Side View Ethernet LAN VGA out port: to projector Modem (Dial Up) Fan and Vents Power port 2 USB 2.0 ports Serial port: you probably won’t need this
CD/DVD Read-Write Drive Play DVD Movies 2 USB 2.0 ports Right Side View This will remove the entire drive: Let’s leave that one alone…. Opens CD/DVD Drive
Ethernet LAN and Modem, 2 USB 2.0 ports, Serial port, VGA out port, Power port, Fan and Vents Mute VolumePower Decrease VolumeIncrease Volume TouchPad Mouse Pointing Device Right Click Left Click
The Wi-Fi Catcher allows you to push all the way to the left to turn off all wireless radios, or push all the way to the right and it will search for wireless networks and illuminate green if any are found -- this works whether the notebook is off or on
The 9-cell (5 Hour ) extended life battery sticks out a bit at the front of the D620 / D630
The D620/630 also has a nice 5 light LED display to show you how much battery charge is left without having to boot the notebook. Push the battery icon on the battery and it will light up with each light representing 20% charge
Brighten up your Screen: Hold the Fn Key and hit the up or down arrows
Projector Doesn’t Display Image? Hold the Fn Key and hit the F8 Key: You might need to repeat this for the image to display correctly… Also: FN + F7 if display is the wrong size or won’t calibrate to your electronic whiteboard.
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