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  • A caelo usque ad centrum. - From heaven to the center of the Earth.
  • A capillo usque ad ungues. - From the hair on your head to your toenails (from head to toe).
  • A capite ad calcem. - From head to toes.
  • A casu ad casum. - From time to time.
  • A contrario. - From the opposite.
  • A date. - From the date of signature.
  • A die. - From this day.
  • A fortiori. - Especially.
  • A limit. - From the doorstep.
  • A majore ad minus. - More about less.
  • A mari usque ad mare. - From sea to sea.
  • A maximis ad minima. - From most to least.
  • A mensa et toro. - From the table and bed.
  • A nativitate. - From birth.
  • A nescire ad non esse. - From ignorance to non-existence.
  • A novo. - Again.
  • A parte. - (Replica) aside.
  • A pedibus usque ad caput. - From head to toe.
  • A posse ad esse non valet consequential. - According to the possible, one should not yet conclude about the real.
  • A posse ad esse. - From what is possible to what (really) exists.
  • A posteriori. - Based on (based on) experience.
  • A potentia ad actum. - From the possible to the actual.
  • A potiori fit denominatio. - The name is given according to the predominant characteristic.
  • A potiori. - Based on the prevailing one.
  • A prima facie. - At first sight.
  • A priori. - Regardless of experience.
  • A probis probari, ab improbis improbari aequa laus est. - The praise of worthy people and the condemnation of unworthy people are equally honorable.
  • A realibus ad realiora. - From the real to the most real.
  • A sacris. - (Rejected) from the shrine.
  • A tuo lare incipe. - Start (the conversation) from your hearth.
  • Absurdly. - From the absurd (to prove, reason, etc.).
  • Ab aeterno. - Since the beginning of time, a long time ago.
  • Ab antiquo. - Since ancient times, since ancient times.
  • Ab equis ad asinos. - From horses to donkeys.
  • Ab esse ad posse valet consequentia. - Based on a real conclusion about the possible.
  • Ab exterioribus ad interiora. - From external to internal.
  • Ab extra. - Outside.
  • Ab hinc. - From now on.
  • Ab hoc et ab hac. - By the way and inappropriately (from one to another).
  • Ab hodierno. - From this date.
  • Ab hoedis scindere oves. - Separate the sheep from the goats.
  • Ab igne ignem. - Fire comes from fire.
  • Ab imis unguibus ad verticem summum. - From the tips of the nails to the very top of the head.
  • Ab imo pectore. - With complete frankness.
  • Ab inconvenienti. - Out of disagreement (out of need).
  • Ab incunabulis. - From the cradle.
  • Ab initio nullum, semper nullum. - Nothing will come of nothing.
  • Ab initio. - At first.
  • Ab intestato. - Without a will.
  • Ab irato. - In anger (out of anger).
  • Ab Jove principium. - From Jupiter - the creator.
  • Ab origine. - From the beginning (when it occurs).
  • Ab ovo usque ad mala. - From eggs to apples.
  • Ab posse ad esse consequentia (illatio) non valet. - According to the possible, one should not yet conclude about the real.
  • Ab uno disce omnes. - Find out (judge) about others one by one.
  • Ab Urbe condita. - From the foundation of the City.
  • Abeunt studio in more. - Activities leave an imprint on character.
  • Abiens, abi! - Leaving go!
  • Absente aegroto. - In the absence of the patient (not in the presence of the patient).
  • Absit omen! - Let nothing serve (appear) as a bad sign!
  • Absit verbo invidia. - Don't take it at your word.
  • Absolutio ab instantia. - Leaving (the defendant) in suspicion.
  • Absolvo te! - I justify you (I forgive you your sins).
  • Absque nota. - A category of books that do not have a year or place of publication.
  • Absque omni exceptionae. - Without any exception.
  • Abstractum pro concreto. - General instead of specific.
  • Absurdum in adjecto. - A pointless assumption.
  • Abusus non tollit usum. - Abuse does not cancel use (abuse does not exclude correct use).
  • Abyssus abyssum invocat. - The abyss calls to the abyss.
  • Accessio cedit principali. - Belonging (appendage) follows the fate of the main thing.
  • Acta diurna. - Daily incidents (chronicle).
  • Acta est fabula! - The play is played!
  • Actio immanens. - Action directed at oneself.
  • Actio in distances. - Action at a distance.
  • Actio in factum. - Actual action.
  • Actio popularis. - An action in Roman law brought by a member of the public in the interest of public order.
  • Actio transiens. - Action directed outward.
  • Actor sequitur forum rei. - The plaintiff goes to court at the defendant’s place of residence.
  • Actore non probante reus absolvitur. - If the claim is not proven, the defendant is released.
  • Actum atque tractatum. - Done and discussed.
  • Actum est ilicet! - It's over!
  • Actum ut supra. - Do as above (previously) indicated, (act as indicated above).
  • Actus purus. - Pure action.
  • Ad absurdum. - To the point of absurdity.
  • Ad acta. - To the point.
  • Ad aeternum. - Forever.
  • Ad aras. - At the altars.
  • Ad arbitrium. - At your discretion, arbitrarily.
  • Ad augusta per angusta. - To the high through the difficult.
  • Ad bestias! - To the animals!
  • Ad captandum benevolentiam. - To gain favor.
  • Ad captandum vulgus. - To please the crowd, the rabble.
  • Ad cogitandum et agendum homo natus est. - Man is born for thought and action.
  • Ad delectandum. - For fun.
  • Ad discendum, non ad docendum. - For study, but not for teaching.
  • Ad disputandum. - For discussion.
  • Ad ea debeat adaptari jus, quae frequenter eveniunt. - The law should be adapted to those cases that occur frequently.
  • Ad example. - Based on a model (for example).
  • Ad extra. - To the extreme.
  • Ad extremitates. - To the extreme.
  • Ad fine. - Until the end (page, sheet, etc.).
  • Ad fontes. - To the primary sources.
  • Ad futuram memoriam. - For the long memory.
  • Ad futuram rei memoriam. - As a reminder of the event.
  • Ad gloriam. - For glory.
  • Ad gustum. - Taste.
  • Ad hastam. - For sale at public auction.
  • Ad Herculis columnas. - To the Pillars of Hercules.
  • Ad hoc. - To this (especially for this case).
  • Ad hominem. - To a person (in relation to a person.
  • Ad honors. - Out of honor (free of charge).
  • Ad hoste maligno libera nos, Domine. - Deliver us from evil, God.
  • Ad impossibilia nemo tenetur. - You can’t force someone to do the impossible.
  • Ad infinitum. - To infinity, without end.
  • Ad informandum. - For your information.
  • Ad instar. - Like.
  • Ad instruendum. - To prepare.
  • Ad interim. - For some time (at this time).
  • Ad latus. - Close by (from the immediate environment).
  • Ad libita librarii. - At the discretion of the scribe.
  • Ad libitum. - At will (at your own discretion).
  • Ad limina (apostolorum). - To the (apostolic) thresholds.
  • Ad litem. - For analysis.
  • Ad litteram. - Verbatim (literally).
  • Ad loca! - In places! (in place!).
  • Ad majorem Dei gloriam. - To the greater glory of God.
  • Ad manum. - At hand.
  • Ad maximum. - To the highest degree.
  • Ad meliora tempora. - Until better times.
  • Ad meliorem. - For the better.
  • Ad memorandum. - So as not to forget.
  • Ad minimum. - To the lowest degree.
  • Ad modum. - According to the model.
  • Ad multos annos! - For many years.
  • Ad narrandum, non ad probandum. - For telling, not for proving.
  • Ad nauseam. - To the point of nausea.
  • Ad normam. - According to the rule.
  • Ad notice. - For your information.
  • Ad notanda. - It should be noted.
  • Ad notata. - Note.
  • Ad oculos. - Visually (before your eyes).
  • Ad opus! - Get to work! (to work!).
  • Ad patres conscriptos. - To the gentlemen senators.
  • Ad patrons. - To the forefathers (to die).
  • Ad perpetuam rei memoriam. - In the eternal memory of the event.
  • Ad personam. - Personally.
  • Ad pias causas. - For a good cause.
  • Ad pluralitatem votorum. - By majority vote.
  • Ad populum. - For the people (for the general reader).
  • Ad profundum. - To the dregs.
  • Ad publicandum. - Publicly, by publication.
  • Ad ratificandum. - Towards approval.
  • Ad referendum. - To the report, for the report (a clause on the document showing the need for its approval by the highest authority).
  • Ad rem. - To the point (to the point).
  • Ad se ipsum. - To myself.
  • Ad tertium. - Third.
  • Ad totalem evaporationem. - Until complete evaporation.
  • Ad unguested. - Up to the nail (with the greatest care and precision).
  • Ad unum omnes. - Every single one.
  • Ad usum delphini. - For use by the Dauphin.
  • Ad usum externum. - For external use.
  • Ad usum internum. - For internal use.
  • Ad usum populi. - For public use.
  • Ad usum proprium. - For your own use.
  • Ad usum vitae. - For everyday needs.
  • Ad valorem. - According to the price.
  • Ad verbum audience. - For an interview (call, invite).
  • Ad verbum. - Verbatim (literally).
  • Ad victoriam. - Until the bitter end, to victory.
  • Ad vitam aeternam. - To eternal life, forever and ever.
  • Ad vitam aut culpam. - For life or until you commit a crime (for life or until your first guilt).
  • Ad vitam. - To life.
  • Ad vocem. - As for, by the way, note.
  • Adhuc sub judice lis est. - The judge still has the matter.
  • Advitalitum. - Testamentary lifetime record.
  • Advocatus Dei. - God's Advocate.
  • Advocatus Diaboli. - Devil's Advocate.
  • Aequam memento rebus in arduis servare mentem. - Remember, try to maintain presence of mind in difficult circumstances.
  • Aequat causa effectum. - The effect is equal to the cause.
  • Aequilibrium indifferentiae. - The state of two equal opposite impulses.
  • Aequo animo. - Indifferent, calm, patient.
  • Aequo pulsat pede. - Death strikes everyone indifferently.
  • Aequum est neminem cum alterius detrimento et injuria fieri locupletiorem. - Justice requires that no one enrich himself illegally and to the detriment of another person.
  • Aere perennius. - Stronger than copper (long lasting).
  • Aes triplex. - Triple copper (used as a metaphor).
  • Aeterna historia. - Eternal history.
  • Aeterna urbs. - The Eternal City (about ancient Rome).
  • Aeternae veritates. - Eternal truths.
  • Aeternum vale. - Forgive me forever.
  • Age, libertate decembri utere. - Come on, take advantage of the freedom of December (take advantage of the respite).
  • Age, quod agis, et respice finem. - If you do, do it and watch the end.
  • Ager publicus. - Public land trust in ancient Rome.
  • Agere sequitur essay. - Action follows from being.
  • Agnosco veteris vestigia flammae. - I recognize traces of the former fire.
  • Agnus Dei. - Lamb of God.
  • Ajo! - I approve! (I confirm!)
  • Albo lapillo notare diem. - Celebrate the day with a white stone.
  • Alea iacta (jacta) est. - The die is cast.
  • Alia editio. - Another edition.
  • Alia tempora. - Other times (not those times).
  • Alibi. - In the other place.
  • Aliena vitia in oculis habemus, a tergo nostra sunt. - Other people's vices are before our eyes, and our own behind our backs.
  • Alienatio mentis. - Confusion of mind.
  • Alieni juris. - (Persons) of someone else's rights.
  • Aliis inserviendo consumor. - By shining on others, I burn myself (by serving others, I waste myself).
  • Aliquando bonus dormitat Homerus. - Sometimes Homer dozes too.
  • Aliud stans, aliud sedens. - One (says) standing, the other - sitting.
  • Alius alio plura invenire potest, nemo omnia. - One can reveal more than another, but no one can reveal everything.
  • Alma Mater. - Mother-nurse (higher school that gave spiritual food to the student).
  • Alter ego. - Another me.
  • Alter idem. - The second one is the same.
  • Altera pars. - Other side.
  • Altum silentium. - Deep silence.
  • Amabile opus. - Sweet creature.
  • Amabilis insania. - Pleasant madness.
  • Amabilis scientia. - Pleasant (kind) science (about botany).
  • Amant alterna Camenae. - The muses enjoy intermittent songs.
  • Amantes non vident. Videntes non amant. - Those who love do not notice. Those who notice don't like it.
  • Amantes sunt amentes. - Lovers are crazy.
  • Amantium irae amoris integratio. - The quarrels of lovers are the renewal of love.
  • Amantium irae. - Quarrels of lovers (quarrels between friends over trifles).
  • Amat victoria curam. - Victory loves diligence (self-care).
  • Amata nobis quantum amabitur nulla. - Our beloved will not be loved like any other.
  • Amen! - True (end).
  • Amicalia desideria. - Friendly wishes.
  • Amici, diem perdidi. - Friends, I lost a day.
  • Amicus (Animal) humani generis. - Friend of the human race (universal friend).
  • Amicus certus in re incerta cernitur. - A reliable friend learns from an unreliable business.
  • Amicus cognoscitur amore, more, ore, re. - A friend is known by love, character, face, deed.
  • Amicus incommodus ab inimico non differt. - An awkward friend is not much different from an enemy.
  • Amicus meus. - My friend.
  • Amicus Plato, sed magis amica est veritas. - Plato is a friend, but the truth is a greater friend (Plato is a friend to me, but the truth is dearer).
  • Amicus verus - rara avis. - A faithful friend is a rare bird.
  • Amor caecus. - Love is blind.
  • Amor fati. - Love for fate (fate).
  • Amor non est medicabilis herbis. - Love cannot be cured with herbs.
  • Amor patriae. - Love to motherland.
  • Amor vincit omnia. - Love conquers everything.
  • An nescis longas regibus esse manus? - Don’t you know that kings have long arms?
  • An nescis, mi fili, quantilla prudentia mundus regatur? - My son, don’t you know how little intelligence it takes to rule the world?
  • Analogia entis. - A semblance of being.
  • Anathema maranata. - Let him be damned (excommunicated).
  • Ancilla philosophiae. - Handmaiden of philosophy.
  • Ancilla theologiae. - Handmaiden of Theology.
  • Anguis in herba. - Snake in the grass (about a hidden but deadly danger).
  • Angulus ridet. - The place smiles at me, dear. in relation to the place you like.
  • Anima vilis. - Experimental animal.
  • Soul. - Soul.
  • Animalia vivunt, crescunt et sentiunt. - Animals live, grow and feel.
  • Animam in promptu habere. - Have full presence of mind.
  • Animi magnitudo. - Greatness of spirit.
  • Animus denuntiandi. - Intent to threaten.
  • Animus injuriandi. - Intent to offend.
  • Animus meminisse horret. - The soul trembles with horror (as soon as you remember this).
  • Animus possidendi. - Intention to seize (take possession, possess).
  • Animus quod perdidit optat, Atque in praeterita se totus imagine versat. - The soul longs for what it has lost and is carried away by the imagination into the past.
  • Animus rem sibi habendi. - The intention to own a thing yourself.
  • Animus suspicax. - Feeling of mistrust.
  • Animus. - Spirit.
  • Anni currentis. - This year.
  • Anno ab urbe condita. - One year from the founding of the city (Rome).
  • Anno aetatis suae. - At one time (at that time there were so many years) (ancient gravestone formula).
  • Anno ante Christum Natum. - In the year before Christ (BC).
  • Anno Christi. - In the year after the birth of Christ (AD).
  • Anno Domini. - In the year of the Lord (in such and such a year AD).
  • Anno mundi. - One year from the creation of the world.
  • Anno post Romam conditam. - A year after the founding of Rome.
  • Anno. - Year (per year, per summer).
  • Annus horribilis. - Unlucky year.
  • Ante bellum. - Before the war (before the war).
  • Ante Christum Natum. - Until the birth of Christ.
  • Ante diem. - Until this day (until this date, ahead of time).
  • Ante factum. - Before (anything) happened.
  • Ante mare undae. - Waves come before the sea (cause precedes effect).
  • Ante meridiem. - Before noon.
  • Ante nuptias donatio. - Pre-wedding gift from husband.
  • Ante quem. - Until what?
  • Ante scriptum. - Before what is written.
  • Anterioritas. - Precedence.
  • Apparatus criticus. - Preparations for research work.
  • Appellatio. - Summons to court.
  • Appendix. - Addition (to article etc.).
  • Appetitus societatis. - The desire for a hostel.
  • Aqua (cavat) lapidem non vi, sed saepe cadendo. - Water (sharpens) a stone not by force, but by repeated blows.
  • Aqua bulliens. - Boiling water.
  • Aqua destillata. - Distilled water.
  • Aqua et igni alicui interdicere. - Deprive water and fire (all civil rights).
  • Aqua et ignis. - Water and fire.
  • Aqua et panis, vita canis. - Water and bread are a dog's life.
  • Aqua fontana. - Fresh water (drinking, spring water).
  • Aqua pluvialis. - Rainwater.
  • Aqua pura. - Pure water.
  • Aqua tophana. - Tofana water.
  • Aqua vitae. - Water of life (alcohol).
  • Aquae et ignis interdictio, hoc est exillum. - Prohibition to use water and fire (exile).
  • Aquae potoribus. - Drinking water.
  • Aquila non captat muscas. - An eagle does not catch flies (a worthy person does not bother with trifles).
  • Arbiter elegantiae. - Arbiter of grace (legislator in the field of grace).
  • Arboretum. - Arboretum.
  • Arcades ambo. - Both are from Arcadia.
  • Argenteis hastis pugnare. - Fight with silver spears (get your way through bribery).
  • Argentum nitricum. - Lapis (silver nitrate).
  • Argumenta ambigua. - Double-edged arguments.
  • Argumenta ponderantur, non numerantur. - (The strength of) evidence (is determined) by its weight, not by quantity.
  • Argumentum a contrario. - An argument drawn from the analysis of a contrary assumption.
  • Argumentum a posteriori. - Proof based on experience.
  • Argumentum a priori. - Proof on a logical basis.
  • Argumentum a silentio. - Argument from silence.
  • Argumentum a tuto. - Proof of safety or fidelity.
  • Argumentum ab impossibili. - Argument from impossibility (to do something).
  • Argumentum achilleum. - False argument.
  • Argumentum ad crumenam. - Argument to the wallet (persuasion with the help of money).
  • Argumentum ad hominem. - Argument to a person (get personal).
  • Argumentum ad ignorantiam. - An argument designed to exploit the interlocutor’s ignorance, his ignorance.
  • Argumentum ad invidia. - Argument from ill will (from envy, malice), an imaginary argument.
  • Argumentum ad judicum. - Argument to the judgment.
  • Argumentum ad misericordiam. - An argument designed to arouse pity.
  • Argumentum ad populum. - Argument to the people.
  • Argumentum ad rem. - An argument based on the circumstances of the case, a material argument.
  • Argumentum ad verecundiam. - Argument for modesty (appeal to authority).
  • Argumentum ad veritatem. - An argument based on generally accepted and scientifically proven truths.
  • Argumentum ambiguum (communis). - A double-edged argument.
  • Argumentum baculinum. - Argument with a stick (persuasion by force).
  • Argumentum ex consensu gentum. - Justification of the evidence by the fact that what is asserted is accepted by everyone as the truth.
  • Argumentum ex silentio. - Evidence inferred from silence.
  • Argumentum externum. - An argument borrowed from a subject that lies outside the disputed issue.
  • Argumentum internum. - The argument lies in the very controversial nature of the issue.
  • Argumentum legis. - Basis of the law.
  • Argumentum primarium (palmarium). - The highest (decisive) proof.
  • Arma virumque cano. - I sing about the military exploits of the hero.
  • Arrectis auribus. - Ears perked up (about attention).
  • Ars adeo latet arte sua. - Art is such that it is not noticeable.
  • Ars amandi. - The art (science) of love.
  • Ars est celare artem. - Art is to hide art.
  • Ars et norma interpretandi naturam. - Science and rules for explaining nature.
  • Ars gubernandi. - The art of management.
  • Ars logica. - The art of logic.
  • Ars longa, vita brevis. - Art is durable, but life is short.
  • Ars moriendi. - The art of dying.
  • Ars oratory. - Oratory.
  • Ars poetica. - Poetic art.
  • Ars sacra. - Sacred art.
  • Ars una, species mille. - Art is one, there are many types of it.
  • Ars vitae. - The art of living.
  • Artes ingenuae (liberales). - Liberal arts, that is, mental work.
  • Artes molliunt mores. - The arts soften morals.
  • Articulo mortis. - One foot in the coffin.
  • Articulus secretissimus. - The most secret part, article (of the agreement).
  • Articulus. - Part, section.
  • Artificial nature. - Creative nature.
  • Artium magister. - An academic degree in some Western European universities, equal to a doctorate.
  • Asa foetida. - A foul drug.
  • Asini exiguo pabulo vivunt. - Donkeys are satisfied with meager food.
  • Asinos non curo. - I don’t pay attention to donkeys.
  • Asinus asinorum in saecula saeculorum. - Donkey from donkeys forever and ever.
  • Asinus asinum fricate. - Donkey rubs against donkey (praises his own).
  • Asinus Buridani inter duo prata. - Buridanov settled down between two lawns.
  • Associatio idearum. - Association of Ideas.
  • Astra inclinant, non necessitant. - The stars incline, but do not force.
  • Asylum ignorantiae. - Shelter of ignorance, ignorance (a concept recognized as insufficient, but with which one is content in order to avoid further reflection).
  • Atrium mortis. - An omen of death.
  • Atrophia nervorum. - Nervous exhaustion.
  • Auctoritas foris. - Wide influence (authority).
  • Auctoritas rei judicatae. - Precedent of a court decision.
  • Audacter calumniare, semper aliquid haeret. - Feel free to slander (you can), because something will always remain.
  • Audentes fortuna juvat. - Luck (fate) favors the brave.
  • Audiatur et altera pars. - The other (opposite) side should be listened to (let the other side also be heard).
  • Auguror nec me fallit augurium, historias tuas immortales futuras. - I predict that my prediction is not false, your story will be immortal.
  • Aura popularis. - Transitory (fragile) popularity.
  • Aurea mediocritas. - Golden mean (about the merits of average quality, about mediocrity.
  • Aures habent, et non audient. - They have ears, but they won’t hear.
  • Auri sacra fames. - Thirst for gold.
  • Auribus teneo lupum. - Hold the wolf by the ears (being in a hopeless situation, between two fires).
  • Aurora borealis. - Northern lights.
  • Aurora musis amica est. - Aurora is a friend of the muses (morning hours are most favorable for studying the sciences and arts).
  • Aurum nostrum non est aurum vulgi. - Our gold is not the gold of the crowd.
  • Aurum potestas est. - Gold is power.
  • Auspicia sunt fausta. - The omens are favorable (formula of the Roman priests who told fortunes by the flight of birds).
  • Auspicium melioris aevi. - A sign of better times (a sign of better times).
  • Aut bene, aut nihil. - (Speak) either only good things, or nothing at all.
  • Out bibat, out a beat. - Let him either drink or leave (you should obey the rules of this community or leave).
  • Out Caesar, out nihil. - Either Caesar or nothing (or everything, or nothing).
  • Aut cum scuto, aut in scuto. - Either with a shield, or on a shield.
  • Aut deus, aut natura. - Either God or nature.
  • Aut disce, aut discede. - Either study or leave.
  • Aut non tentaris, aut perfice. - Either don’t take it on, or see it through to the end.
  • Aut prodesse volunt aut delactare poetae. - Poets want to be either useful or pleasant.
  • Aut vincere, aut mori. - Either win or die.
  • Ave ac vale. - Hello and goodbye.
  • Holy Mary. - Hail Mary.
  • Ave verum corpus. - Greetings, most honorable body.
  • Ave, Caesar, morituri te salutant. - Hello, Caesar, those going to death greet you.
  • ave. - Hello.
  • Avibus bonis. - In good time, with good omens.

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Monitor BenQ EW3270U 20.04.2018

BenQ has introduced a new monitor - EW3270U. A rather large device (screen diagonal - 31,5 inches) is supported by proprietary Brightness Intelligence Plus technology: built-in sensors analyze the illumination and color temperature in the room, and based on the information received from them, the current image display settings are adjusted.

BenQ EW3270U is built on a VA-type matrix with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The specifications declared by the manufacturer are as follows: brightness - 300 cd/sq.m, contrast ratio - 3000:1, pixel response time - 9 ms (4 ms in Grey-to-Grey mode). DCI-P3 color space coverage is 95%.

The monitor is equipped with two speakers with a total power of 4 W and a conventional stand that allows you to adjust only the angle of inclination in the range from -5° to 20°. However, the holes provided allow you to replace the standard stand with a VESA 100 x 100mm compatible stand.

Interface connectors are represented by two HDMI 2.0, as well as DisplayPort 1.2 and USB-C.

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