Now the UNI compartmentalized computer concept takes the lean route, where users will be able to purchase the essential media and computational functions in different modules, letting you buy only what you need without a transistor more (or less). Not only that, the ability to add on other computational functions make it easy for future expansion, ensuring you don’t have to purchase a whole new computer once the current one turns obsolete. Some of the modules include Network HomePlug technology and wireless USB connectivity. Looks like you don’tl need to expand your computer’s footprint each time you upgrade, since the main unit, Think, is already the largest. Anyone else thinks (no pun intended) that the entire concept reeks of Apple speak?
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