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Port side 1

The Y920 has full-size Ethernet, HDMI and DisplayPort connectors -- the latter with support for Nvidia G-Sync -- a USB-C/Thunderbolt and two USB 3 connectors.

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Essential red

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Full keyboard backlight controls

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More red

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Port side 2

It has an SD card slot, mic and headphone jacks and another two USB 3 connectors.

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Slim profile

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Keyboard

It has the same comfortable, concave keys as on most of Lenovo's laptops, though the touchpad seems kind of small for a laptop this size. The red section is the speakers.

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Turbo

There's a dedicated button on the keyboard for turning on the CPU's Turbo Boost capability.

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Touchpad

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Keyboard backlight

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In case you don't understand speakers

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Flashy bottom

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Lots 'o bezel

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It is kind of cool looking

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Not a flattering angle

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This is a more flattering angle

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