4610us , question on extra bay....

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  1. Rubberman

    Rubberman Notebook Consultant

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    I have the ze4610 and was curious to know what the extra bay was on the left side of the laptop. Its above the volume controls. It doesnt really say in the owners manual. DIdnt know if you could stick another battery or HD there?
     
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    schmalfeld Notebook Geek

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    I did a little looking and foud this from
    http://reviews-zdnet.com.com/HP_Pavilion_ze4200/4505-3121_16-20828295-3.html?tag=review
    I also say a picture that did look odd to me and figured it was what you are asking about. Take a look and tell us if that is what you are talking about.
    http://i.i.com.com/cnwk.1d/sc/20828295-2-200-DT4.gif


    "The Pavilion ze4200 that CNET tested doesn't feature the hottest new components, but it sells for a very approachable price. For around $1,200, you'll get a fixed DVD/CD-RW combo drive so that you can view DVDs or share files and back up your data easily. (Plan on using CDs for backup--the Pavilion ze4200 has no floppy drive.) Unfortunately, with a fixed optical drive, the ze4200 doesn't provide a way to install a second battery. With four-pin FireWire and S-Video ports, the ze4200 lets video enthusiasts hook up a camcorder and a television. This notebook also includes Ethernet, PS/2, and two of the slower USB 1.1 ports, as well as a modem and dual Type II PC Card slots."


    HP zd7000 :: 17" WVA WXGA+ (1440 x 900) :: P4 3.06 GHz with HT :: 512MB DDR :: 64MB GeForce FX Go5600 :: 54G Wireless :: 60GB 5400 RPM HD :: XP Pro
     
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    yeah thats the side i was talking about but mine just has a plastic door that covers the slot. maybe a floppy drive fits in there like the pic shows.
     
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