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  1. LAN Port (RJ-45): RJ-45 plug for connecting to a wired Local Area Network (LAN) via Ethernet at up to 100 Mbps.
  2. USB 3.2 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) Port(s): Universal Serial Bus (USB) port for connecting USB 3.2 Gen 1 and older devices (5 Gb/s).
  3. USB 2.0 Port(s): Universal Serial Bus (USB) port for connecting USB 2.0 and older devices (480 Mb/s).
  4. Firewire Port (IEEE 1394a): IEEE 1394a port, also known as Firewire A, is an older standard for high-speed device connectivity.
  5. External SATA Port: External SATA (eSATA) port for connecting to drives directly via SATA rather than USB or Firewire.
  6. DVI (Single Link): Digital Video Interface (DVI) port for outputting digital video. Supports up to 1920x1200.
  7. HDMI Out Port: High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) port for outputting digital video and audio.
  8. USB 2.0 Port(s): Universal Serial Bus (USB) port for connecting USB 2.0 and older devices (480 Mb/s).
  9. DisplayPort Out: DisplayPort for outputting digital video and audio. Some monitors may require an adapter to MiniDP.
  10. Rear Speakers: 3.5mm analog audio jack for output to rear speakers (if using surround sound).
  11. Center / Subwoofer Audio Jack: 3.5mm analog audio jack for output to center speaker and subwoofer (if using surround sound).
  12. Optical S/PDIF Out: Digital audio output port compatible with optical S/PDIF cables / devices (also called TOSLINK).
  13. Line In Audio Jack: 3.5mm analog audio jack for line-level input to the computer.
  14. Front Speakers: 3.5mm analog audio jack for output to speakers (front, if using surround sound) or headphones.
  15. Microphone Audio Jack: 3.5mm analog audio jack for microphone input to the computer.