6. Operating and Status LEDs
The status indicators in the bottom right corner of the notebook light up when a particular function of the notebook is
active. Each indicator is marked with a symbol.
7. Preparation for Starting-Up
To operate your notebook safety and ensure a long service life, you should read the "Operational safety" chapter at the
beginning of this manual. All operating software is already fully preinstalled on the notebook so there is no need for you to
install any more drivers and you can get started right away.
> Connect the supplied mains adapter to the notebook. Next, connect the power cable to the adapter and then plug it
into a mains socket
> Open up the display to the desired position using your thumb and foreﬁ nger.
The display should not be folded back by more than 120°. Always hold the display ﬁ rmly by the middle when folding it
back, adjusting the position and closing it. Failure to do so may damage the display. Never use force to open the display.
The LED always lights on (blue) when the system is running. When the system is in sleep
mode, the LED blinks.
Indicate the status of RF (WLAN, Bluetooth, or WWAN/GPS) communication. The LED
always lights on (blue) when the function is enabled.
A blinking HDD LED indicates HDD activity (data is being read or written).
Lights on when Num Lock is activated.
Lights on when Caps Lock is activated.
Indicate the battery status:
> Green light means the battery is fully charged or the battery capacity higher than
> Orange light means the battery is being charged.
> Blinking orange light means the battery cannot be fully charged over 8 hours of
> Blinking red light means the battery power is low (less than 7%).