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XPS 15 Setup and Specifications

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  1. SD-card slot

    Reads from and writes to the SD card.

  2. USB 3.1 Gen 1 port with PowerShare

    Connect peripherals such as external storage devices and printers.

    Provides data transfer speeds up to 5 Gbps. PowerShare enables you to charge your USB devices even when your computer is turned off.
    • NOTE: If the charge on your computer’s battery is less than 10 percent, you must connect the power adapter to charge your computer, and USB devices connected to the PowerShare port.
    • NOTE: If a USB device is connected to the PowerShare port before the computer is turned off or in hibernate state, you must disconnect and connect it again to enable charging.
    • NOTE: Certain USB devices may not charge when the computer is turned off or in sleep state. In such cases, turn on the computer to charge the device.
  3. Battery-charge status lights (5)

    Turn on when the battery-charge status button is pressed. Each light indicates approximately 20% charge.

  4. Battery-charge status button

    Press to check the charge remaining in the battery.

  5. Security-cable slot (for Noble locks)

    Connect a security cable to prevent unauthorized movement of your computer.


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