3.3 pound (1.4 to 1.5 kg) computer (depending on configuration). It allows users high mobility, provides a full set of system ports, and when paired with the optional MobileExpansion Unit (MEU), transforms into a full-function portable with enterprise docking capability.
– Standard: 4 cell, 26 Watt hours (externally attaches to computer).
– Optional: 6 cell, 40 Watt hours (externally attaches to computer)
– Optional: MultiBay (for mobile expansion unit)
– Dedicated diskette drive bay
– Flexible MultiBay that accommodates: 24X MAX CD-ROM drive or DVD-ROM drive, SuperDisk LS-120 drive, weight saver, second Li-Ion battery or secondary 6.4-GB hard drive.
– Additional ports: parallel, serial, audio in/out, VGA, USB, PS/2 (2), AC power in, CPUconnector, docking connector.
– Stereo speakers providing Compaq PremierSound 16-bit stereo sound
– Robust, common enterprise docking solution.
2. Scroll lock light: On: Scroll lock is on.
3. Caps lock light: On: Caps lock is on.
4. Num lock light: On: Num lock is on and the embedded numeric keypad is enabled.
5.Hard drive light: On: The primary hard drive is being accessed.
6. Diskette drive light: On: The external diskette drive is being accessed.
7. Internal microphone: Supports audio input when the display is open or closed.
8. Suspend button: Initiates and exits Suspend.* When pressed with the Fn key, initiates Hibernation.
9. Windows application key: Displays shortcut menu for item beneath mouse cursor.
10. Battery light: – On: The battery pack is charging.
– Blinking: The battery pack, that is the only available power source, has reached a low-battery condition.
11. Power/suspend light: – On: Power is turned on.
– Off: Power is turned off.
– Blinking: Computer is in Suspend.*
12. Right mouse button: Functions like the right click button of an external mouse.
13. Left mouse button: Functions like the left-click button of an external mouse. Used with the TouchPad to drag and highlight.
14. TouchPad: Moves the mouse cursor, selects, and activates.
15. Microsoft logo key: Displays Windows Start menu.
2. Disconnect the computer (Section 5.4).
3. Remove the battery pack (Section 5.6).
4. Disconnect and remove the Real Time Clock (RTC) battery (Section 5.10).
5. Wait five minutes.
6. Reconnect the RTC battery.
7. Reconnect the AC Adapter. Do not reinstall the battery pack yet.
8. Turn on the computer.