If you find that your computer offers you more than you perhaps need, one designer thinks he has the answer with a new computer concept design.
Called the UNI, the PC concept design by Richard Choi allows you to choose only the modules you need allowing for expansion as you go.
Plugging the devices together by a three-pin plug, the Think module is the main computer unit where most of the processing and data handling occurs.
Other add-ons include the DVD module, that lets you read audio/video data, while the STORE module lets you save anything to it.
Of course you'll need the standard VGA module to contact to a monitor until you need to upgrade to the HDMI module.