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ESPRIMO E720/P720 datasheet
04.08.2014, 21:33
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Reviwing the datasheet of ESPRIMO E720/P720 find some doubts about documentation and the images of the product.
For exemple in the datasheet it's said that the PC has got 5 SATA connectors, four of which are SATA III and two of them eSATA. As far as I know eSATA comes from external SATA and should mean that some kind of external connectors should be found as on CELVIN units but none of that connectors are showns on the images. Knowing E920 I suppose that the correct distribution should be 4 SATA III and 1 SATA II connectors, all of them internal. Maybe some of them could be converted with an optional adapter to eSATA (maybe some kind on plug and play or secure hardware on a couple of connectorsConfused
Also on the USB details seems wrong. It talks about 10 USB 2.0 and 4 USB 3.0. On the images we can see 4 frontal and 4 rear USB 2.0 and 2 rear USB 3.0. So the other two internal USB ports could be either 2.0 or 3.0 but not both. So something is wrong with the maths.
Also it is said that somekind of Anytime USB charge funtionality is possibleConfused That's true, in all of them? Any kind of special configuration on the BIOS energy for thatConfused

Many thanks.

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07.08.2014, 14:14
 
Hi,have checked your request with PM. Please find my answers here:

Reviwing the datasheet of ESPRIMO E720/P720 find some doubts about documentation and the images of the product. For exemple in the datasheet it's said that the PC has got 5 SATA connectors, four of which are SATA III and two of them eSATA. As far as I know eSATA comes from external SATA and should mean that some kind of external connectors should be found as on CELVIN units but none of that connectors are showns on the images. Knowing E920 I suppose that the correct distribution should be 4 SATA III and 1 SATA II connectors, all of them internal. Maybe some of them could be converted with an optional adapter to eSATA (maybe some kind on plug and play or secure hardware on a couple of connectors.

It is as supposed on E920: 4 SATA III and 1 SATA II connectors. 2 of the SATA III ports can be switched to “eSATA power level” in the BIOS setup. With an optional cable you can bring the SATA ports out to the rear side.

Also on the USB details seems wrong. It talks about 10 USB 2.0 and 4 USB 3.0. On the images we can see 4 frontal and 4 rear USB 2.0 and 2 rear USB 3.0. So the other two internal USB ports could be either 2.0 or 3.0 but not both. So something is wrong with the maths.

There are 4 USB ports in front and 6 USB ports on rear available. The “rest” is internal (to end up with 14 in total). The mix of USB2 and USB3 is fix on rear side: 4xUSB2, 2xUSB3. On front, we have 2 versions. Version 1: 4xUSB2 ( in this case, there are 2xUSB2 and 2xUSB3 remaining internally). Version 2: 2xUSB2 and 2xUSB3 (in this case, there are 4xUSB2 remaining internally).

Also it is said that somekind of Anytime USB charge funtionality is possible That's true, in all of them? Any kind of special configuration on the BIOS energy for that

The BIOS switch is described on page 54 (“USB at power off”). With this, you can power all USB2 connectors even in OFF mode.
http://support.ts.fujitsu.com/Download/ShowDescription.asp?Info=FTS&LNID=72&SoftwareGUID=E0C994A1-1BC6-4AE8-BA33-FD4194ECDA66&lng=COM

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