An important consideration of the very first IBM personal computer was including standardized expansion slots so the end-user could customize their system. In this video, you’ll learn about bus architectures and expansion slots, including PCI, PCI Express, AGP, and CardBus.
Laptops provide very limited access to the internal expansion bus on the motherboard, so the industry has created specialized expansion bus interfaces that can be accessed from the outside. Which of these interface descriptions would NOT be found on the outside of a portable device?
Once of your computers has a CNR expansion slot. What capability does a CNR expansion slot provide?
The size limitations of laptops require that they have specialized expansion options that can extend the capabilities of the computer. Which one of these expansion bus types aren’t usually associated with laptop or portable computers?
Which video-based expansion bus was initially released by Intel in 1997 and has evolved into newer specifications that can support rates of up to 2 gigabytes per second? This expansion bus format isn’t included on new motherboards today, but the bus type is still supported on new video adapters available from a few manufacturers.