I don't think so. If the specs I read are true, then it has Intel integrated graphics (so no MXM). I suppose something like this is always a possibility:
I wonder. I have a contact that is an electrical engineer that repairs laptops. Never really thought about that. I cannot imagine what would need to be done to pull it off though.
It would probably be cheaper to buy a laptop with the features you want than it would to engineer and half-assed hack for a proprietary system.
I'd imagine. I cannot see how that could be done gracefully. Be cool if the mb came with the slot to plug in a video card and then you could switch between graphics like some laptops. I thought about that as it would be cost effective for manufacturers but I don't see that happening.
Wasn't there was a move a few years ago to make a standard for a replaceable laptop GPU that didn't go anywhere?
You'd be better off buying a cheapo notebook for mobile use and spending the saved cash you would've spent on a 2k$ "gaming" notebook on a more than adequate gaming desktop rig.
Not really. They moved to discrete graphics slots, but it was still up to the manufacturer to design the actual module and decide where to put that slot. So each device was physically different. A graphics module from HP wouldn't physically fit into a Dell laptop.