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Not e: Befor e using this information and the pr oduct it suppor ts, be sur e t o r ead and understand the following: • Safety, W arr anty, and Setup Guide • Regulat or y Notice • “Impor tant safety information” on page iv • Appendix E “Notices” on page 115 The Safety, W arr anty, and Setup Guide and the Regulat or y Notice have been uploaded t o the W eb sit e. T o r efer t o them, go t o http://w w w .lenovo.com/UserManual and follow the instructions on the scr een. First Edition (November 201
Contents Read this first . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii W ir eless connections . . . . . . . . . . 36 Impor tant safety information . . . . . . . . . . iv P r esentations and multimedia . . . . . . . . . 38 Conditions that r equir e immediat e action . . . v Changing display settings . . . . . . . . 38 Safety guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . v Using an e xt ernal monit or . . . . . . . . 38 Using a pr oject or . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Chapt er 1. P r oduct over view . . . . . . 1 Using dual
Installing the W indows 8.1 oper ating syst em . . . 63 W ir eless r elat ed information . . . . . . . . . 101 Installing device drivers . . . . . . . . . . . 64 L ocation of the Ultr aConnect wir eless ant ennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Using the ThinkP ad Setup pr ogr am . . . . . . 64 L ocating wir eless r egulat or y notices . . . . 102 Main menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Expor t classification notice . . . . . . . . . . 103 Config menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Electr oni
Read this first Be sur e t o follow the impor tant tips given her e t o get the most use and enjoyment out of your comput er . F ailur e t o do so might lead t o discomfor t or injur y, or cause your comput er t o fail. P r ot ect yourself fr om the heat that your comput er gener at es. When your comput er is turned on or the batt er y is char ging, the base, the palm r est, and some other par ts may become hot. The t emper atur e they r each depends on the amount of syst em activity and the lev
P r ot ect your comput er and data when moving it. Befor e moving a comput er equipped with a har d disk drive, do one of the following, and ensur e that the power butt on is off or is blinking: • T urn it off. • P ut it in sleep mode. • P ut it in hibernation mode. This will help t o pr event damage t o the comput er , and possible loss of data. Handle your comput er gently . Do not dr op, bump, scr atch, twist, hit, vibr at e, push, or place heav y objects on your comput er , display, or e xt
Conditions that r equir e immediat e action P r oducts can become damaged due t o misuse or neglect. Some pr oduct damage is serious enough that the pr oduct should not be used again until it has been inspect ed and, if necessar y, r epair ed by an authoriz ed ser vicer . As with any electr onic device, pay close att ention t o the pr oduct when it is turned on. On ver y r ar e occasions, you might notice an odor or see a puff of smok e or sparks vent fr om your pr oduct. Or you might hear sound
that the power is turned off and that the pr oduct is unplugged fr om any power sour ce. If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Cust omer Suppor t Cent er . Although ther e ar e no moving par ts in your comput er aft er the power cor d has been disconnect ed, the following warnings ar e r equir ed for your safety . C A UTION: Hazar dous moving par ts. K eep fingers and other body par ts away . C A UTION: Befor e r eplacing any CRUs, turn off the comput er and wait thr ee t o five min
T o pr event possible overheating, do not cover the power adapt er with clothing or other objects when the power adapt er is plugged int o an electrical outlet. Ext ension cor ds and r elat ed devices Ensur e that e xt ension cor ds, sur ge pr ot ect ors, unint erruptible power supplies, and power strips that you use ar e r at ed t o handle the electrical r equir ements of the pr oduct. Never overload these devices. If power strips ar e used, the load should not e x ceed the power strip input r
Hazar dous voltage, curr ent, and ener gy levels ar e pr esent inside any component that has this label attached. Ther e ar e no ser viceable par ts inside these components. If you suspect a pr oblem with one of these par ts, contact a ser vice t echnician. Ext ernal devices C A UTION: Do not connect or disconnect any e xt ernal device cables other than USB cable while the comput er power is on; other wise, you might damage your comput er . T o avoid possible damage t o attached devices, wait at
Lithium coin cell batt er y notice The following stat ement applies t o users in the stat e of C alifornia, U .S.A. C alifornia P er chlor at e Information: P r oducts containing manganese dio xide lithium coin cell batt eries may contain per chlor at e. P er chlor at e Mat erial - special handling may apply, See w w w .dtsc.ca.gov/hazar douswast e/per chlor at e Heat and pr oduct ventilation D ANGER Comput ers, ac power adapt ers, and many accessories can gener at e heat when turned on and when
Electrical curr ent safety information D ANGER Electric curr ent fr om power , t elephone, and communication cables is hazar dous. T o avoid a shock hazar d: • Do not use your comput er during a lightning st orm. • Do not connect or disconnect any cables or per form installation, maint enance, or r econfigur ation of this pr oduct during an electrical st orm. • Connect all power cor ds t o a pr operly wir ed and gr ounded electrical outlet. • Connect t o pr operly wir ed outlets any equipment th
Ex cessive use of headphones or earphones for a long period of time at high volume can be danger ous if the output of the headphone or earphone connect ors do not comply with specifications of EN 50332-2. The headphone output connect or of your comput er complies with EN 50332-2 Sub clause 7. This specification limits the comput er ’ s maximum wide band true RMS output voltage t o 150 mV . T o help pr ot ect against hearing loss, ensur e that the headphones or earphones you use also comply with
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Chapt er 1. P r oduct over view This chapt er pr ovides information about the locations of connect ors, locations of impor tant pr oduct labels, comput er featur es, specifications, oper ating envir onment, and pr einstalled pr ogr ams. This chapt er contains the following t opics: • “L ocating comput er contr ols, connect ors, and indicat ors” on page 1 • “L ocating impor tant pr oduct information” on page 8 • “F eatur es” on page 10 • “Specifications” on page 11 • “Oper ating envir onment” on
9 Multi-t ouch scr een 4 Speak ers ® ® 5 S yst em status indicat or (illuminat ed ThinkP ad logo) 10 W indows butt on 1 C amer a Use the camer a t o tak e pictur es or hold a video confer ence. F or mor e information, see “Using the camer a” on page 41 . 2 Micr ophones The micr ophones captur e sound and voice when used with a pr ogr am capable of handling audio. 3 Ambient light sensor The ambient light sensor det ects the surr ounding light conditions. Then the comput er adjusts the scr een bri
Right-side view Not e: Y our comput er might look slightly differ ent fr om the illustr ation in this t opic. Figur e 2. Right-side view 1 T ablet Digitiz er P en (on some models) 5 Media car d slot 2 P ower butt on 6 USB 3.0 connect or 3 V olume contr ol butt ons 7 Mini HDMI ™ connect or 4 Scr een r otation lock butt on 8 Security-lock slot 1 T ablet Digitiz er P en (on some models) Use the T ablet Digitiz er P en t o int er act with your comput er as you would using a mouse and a k eyboar d. 2
3 V olume contr ol butt ons The volume contr ol butt ons enable you t o adjust the volume while you ar e using your comput er in the tablet mode. 4 Scr een r otation lock butt on Use the scr een r otation lock butt on t o lock the scr een r otation function. 5 Media car d slot Y our comput er has a media car d slot. Inser t your flash media car d int o this slot t o r ead the data on the car d. F or mor e information about the suppor t ed car ds, see “Using a flash media car d” on page 41 . 6 US
L eft-side view Not e: Y our comput er might look slightly differ ent fr om the illustr ation in this t opic. Figur e 3. L eft-side view 1 ac power connect or 3 Always on USB 3.0 connect or 4 Audio connect or 2 L enovo OneLink connect or 1 ac power connect or 2 L enovo OneLink connect or When the ac power adapt er is connect ed t o the ac power connect or , the ac power adapt er pr ovides ac power t o the comput er and char ges the batt er y . When a suppor t ed ThinkP ad OneLink Dock option is
A tt ention: When you attach a USB cable t o the connect or , ensur e that the USB mark is facing upwar d. Other wise the connect or might be damaged. 4 Audio connect or Connect headphones or a headset that has a 3.5-mm (0.14-inch) 4-pole plug t o the audio connect or t o list en t o the sound fr om the comput er . Not es: • If you ar e using a headset with a function switch, do not pr ess this switch while using the headset. If you pr ess it, the headset micr ophone will be disabled, and the in