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Can the SiS650 video card in the Winbook series M notebook be upgraded, and if so, what can be installed?
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Not 100% sure but probably not..... first most laptops cannot upgrade at all as the video is built into the motherboard.... On some toshibas have seen a removeable video card ( don't remember which ) but sis is a chipset your rarely if ever see on a removeable card.... your best bet would be to contact winbook but again most likely no. With laptops almost always the only upgradable thing is the hard drive and if it's fairly new the memory ( ram )

you can also get pcmcia sound cards and such but those are adds not real upgrades....
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