Expansion-slot



noun, Computers.
1.
a connection in a computer, especially a personal computer, to which a new board or card can be added to expand the computer’s capabilities.
noun
1.
a physical electronic interface provided in a computer system to enable extra facilities to be added easily at a later date

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