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#2
Yes, but they use laptop components and dont have a graphics card.
What component do you want to upgrade? If its RAM you're after, look for some DDR2 Laptop RAM.
CPU would be a bit more tricky, as you have to make sure a new one is compatible with the chipset.
 

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Memory and hard drive are upgradable, but it is a b!tch to get those things apart. You need two really thin putty knifes.