Everything but HDMI support can be added, for a fee of course.
According to Gamesindustry.biz, Sony have confirmed that the 20GB version of the PS3 will be upgradeable. Not only will the hard drive be expandable, but Sony will also release a Wi-Fi adapter as well as another adapter to enable support for memory cards natively supported in the 60GB version (SD, Memory Stick, and Compact Flash). Sadly, there will be no way to add HDMI support (the only other missing feature when compared to the 60GB model) to the cheaper version.
No price information was revealed, although it wouldn't surprise us if the adapters were priced high enough to "encourage" prospective consumers (just like the Xbox 360's $99 hard drive) to go ahead and purchase the $600 60GB model.
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