Mac Mini gets unibody treatment
Apple littlest computer got a quiet Apple Store upgrade today, most notably with its sleek new aluminum outsides. But don’t be fooled by your reflection in its metallic casing, the insides look just as good also.
The specs now start with a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of RAM and a 320GB hard drive. Graphics are taken care of via Nvidia GeForce 320M chipset, all at a bargain price of US$700. Top level-users might want a bit more grunt in the trunk, and the US$1,000 version packs 2.66GHz Core 2 Duo, 4GB of RAM, dual 500GB hard drives (so 1TB), GeForce 320M graphics and Mac OS X Server Snow Leopard.
Both come with an SD card reader, are Wi-Fi 802.11n friendly, have four USB ports, a Mini DisplayPort and all-new HDMI output.
Say goodbye Apple TV – we would much rather have one of these sat under our gogglebox