Benq Joybook S32 User Manual

Rear view

Rear view

Touring your Joybook
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Rear view
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Optical drive ejection button
Discs can be inserted/ejected by pressing this 
ejection button.
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Manual tray opening
If you wish to open the disc tray when your 
Joybook power is off, or it can't be opened using 
the ejection button, insert a pointed object (like an 
opened paper clip) into the tray ejection hole next 
to the ejection button to release the disc tray.
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 USB ports
For connecting peripherals such as mice, digital 
cameras and MP3 players that use the USB 2.0 
interface.
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 Anti-theft Kensington lock slot
You can attach an anti-theft Kensington lock and 
cable to this slot to help prevent possible theft.
No. Rear components
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Ventilation holes
For dissipating heat and keeping your Joybook at 
an optimal temperature.
To prevent overheating, do not obstruct the vent. For 
example, do not use the Joybook in bed where a 
blanket may inadvertently cover the vent and block the 
airflow.
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