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DamienBlair
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Upgrading the graphics card?

I'm not very computer savvy, but I like to do some gaming from time to time on my laptop so if I do buy this laptop/tablet I would like to be able to game on it.  How easy is it to upgrade the graphics card, and are there certian graphics cards that are compatible with it?

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Re: Upgrading the graphics card?

there is no card. Graphics chips are part of the motherboard

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DamienBlair
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Re: Upgrading the graphics card?

So can a graphics card be added?

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Re: Upgrading the graphics card?

about the only thing that i know of is if your laptop has an express card slot you can get something like a Vdock which takes a desktop pci graphics card and connects to an external monitor.  


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