IBM ThinkPad UltraPort
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Electronically the UltraPort connector is identical to the standard USB port. UltraPort uses a proprietary mechanical connection, so UltraPort devices cannot be plugged into a normal USB interface. However the UltraPort devices shipped with an adapter which allowed them to be attached to a regular USB port.
Select ThinkPad models from 2000 to 2002 came with an UltraPort connector on the top edge of the laptop's screen, and IBM sold a variety of laptop-relevant UltraPort devices, including webcams, speakers, and microphone arrays.
See the corresponding ThinkWiki article for more information
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