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[* black] The Thunderbolt Display contains a sweet lineup of USB, HDMI, VGA, and DisplayPort ports! Oh wait—[http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&sku=224-8284|wrong thousand-dollar display].
[* black] The luscious backside of the Thunderbolt Display contains only a small line of specified ports:
[* red] Three powered USB 2.0 ports
[* orange] FireWire 800 port
[* yellow] Thunderbolt port
[* green] Gigabit Ethernet port.
[* black] The Thunderbolt Display also comes with a built-in Thunderbolt cable attached to a Universal MagSafe cable.
[* [* icon_note] It seems to be a convenient setup for connecting to your laptop's Thunderbolt port while charging, unless of courseeven if you are sporting a [guide|6130|Mid 2011 MacBook Air|stepid=26654] and your MagSafe port is opposite your ThunderboltThunderbolt port — the Thunderbolt Display's split cable reaches around both sides of the Air nicely.
[* [* icon_note] It seems to be a convenient setup for connecting to your laptop's Thunderbolt port while charging, unless of courseeven if you are sporting a [guide|6130|Mid 2011 MacBook Air|stepid=26654] and your MagSafe port is opposite your ThunderboltThunderbolt port — the Thunderbolt Display's split cable reaches around both sides of the Air nicely.