Dell :: What Is This Extrange Usb Port On My Studio 17 Notebook

May 22, 2009

I have 5 usb ports on my dell studio 17 notebook, but one of them has a extrange connector, apparently is a self-powered usb port or something like that, but I can't connect a regular usb cable on it.

Can anybody tell me what kind of device could be connected to this port ? And What's the difference between this usb port vs regular usb ports ?

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Here's my story and, let's say, my analysis:

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What I've tried/done so far :

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