<hardware> (Or "daughter board", "daughtercard", "daughter card") A
printed circuit board that connects to the motherboard. The daughterboard is
typically smaller than the motherboard.
A daughterdboard often adds to or supports the main functions of the
motherboard, unlike an expansion card which provides some new function. For
example, a post-release hardware modification might be released as a
daughterboard for soldering onto the motherboard.
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