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I found the info below in the Manual
Does this mean there is an option to upgrade the laptops graphic capabilities through using the ....
With the advent of PCI Express technology on portables, a new type of expansion slot replaced the older Mini PCI slot, the Mini-Card slot. This new form factor is roughly half the size and is based on PCI Express x1 and USB 2.0 technology, making Mini-Cards much faster than the older Mini PCI cards. Primarily, these cards are used for wireless options, including WWAN and WLAN.
The Mini-Card and host socket are based on a single 52-pin card-edge type connector for its system interfaces. The host system connector is similar to a small outline dual in-line memory module (SODIMM) connector and is modeled after the Mini PCI Type III connector but without side retaining clips, rather relying on two card-retention mounting points at the opposite end of the card. I/O connectors on a Mini-Card are placed at the end opposite of the system connector.
With both PCI Express x1 and USB 2.0 interfaces defined for the Mini-Card, the computer manufacturer has the option to only accommodate one of these interfaces in a given platform or socket. In addition, the LED interface provides for three separate indicators, one each associated with WLAN, WWAN, and WPAN technologies. A recommended usage model covers indications for various states of radio operation including on, off, searching/associating, and transmit/receive activity.
The Studio1555/15 system has three Mini-Card slots located on the bottom of the system beneath the access cover. This system supports the WLAN, WWAN, WPAN, Broadcom High Definition Video Decoder, and Intel Turbo Memory Mini-Card types.