Question Question about an Acer Nitro 5 or laptops in general

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Now before I continue with my post, I’m sorry if I confused anybody. Just try to put it in my simpler terms for me if possible and thank you!
Hello all, I want to buy the specific model of the Acer Nitro which is an515-55-53ag. Since this model in particular is the latest i5 but doesn’t have as much data I’d want I was wondering and thinking of a couple of questions.
So first of all, what I want to do is replace or install an stick of ram and also install a new ssd. I don’t know how it works but I saw a Best Buy answer for the ssd saying:
“This comes with one M.2 SSD slot and one 2.5" slot for a SATA3 or SSHD drive.”
Does this mean it has 2 extra or does it have one extra? And how the heck do I know which is the right one to buy and install?
For my final question, do all laptops and PCs take the same type of ram? The Acer team replied to a comment saying the fastest tested ram for the laptop was DDR4 3200, and it looks like ram used for a PC. Would it matter specifically what type it was or is any time of ram good?
Thank you for responding. Have a good day.
 
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View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9tLJvGH7UA

You will need laptop RAM -> S0DIMM modules
If you wanted extra storage and extra ram, acer has the AN515-55-52KW. all features seems to be the same except double ram and ssd.

https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model/NH.Q7JAA.003


specs for the model you are asking about10.0.0.0.1
https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model/NH.Q7MAA.006

to answer your question about all laptops having the same ram, Nope. within the same series yes, but not in general overall.
thankyou guys!!! that was really helpfulll
 

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He does say "ground yourself" but then proceeds to dismantle the machine on a table top that is likely not anti-static (not grounded). Sitting in a chair, moving your feet will generate static. You won't feel it, but a few hundred volts is enough to destroy some ICs. The shock you feel when you get a static "shock" is typically on the order of 10000 volts. Best plan is to wear a grounded wrist strap and work on a grounded anti-static mat. You can be less cautious, but the risk increases. You can likely work on many computers with no problems and then one day you zap something.
 
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