|A. Ethernet jack
||The network jack can be used to connect to a 10/100 wired Ethernet network. You can use the computer's Ethernet jack for more than just networking. Many broadband Internet connections, such as cable modems and DSL modems, connect to the Ethernet jack.
Connecting to a Wired Ethernet Network
- Insert one end of the network cable into the network jack on the back of the computer.
- Insert the other end of the network cable into a network jack.
|B. Modem jack
||Plug a modem cable into this jack.
Connecting the Modem Cable
|C. External monitor (VGA) port
||Plug an analog VGA monitor into this port.
Viewing the Display on an External Monitor or Projector
|D. Kensington lock slot
||The Kensington lock connection on the notebook allows the computer to be "locked" to items such as a desk. Insert the Kensington lock into this connection and secure the other end of the cable to a solid object.