New Redesign of Apple Mac Mini – More Power Added

Apple has released their re-designed Mac Mini this week where the new design is obviously cooler than the previous model. This new model is now featuring a sleek aluminum design with removable bottom panel and space saving built-in power supply.


Just like usual, the big Apple logo is attached at the cover and the entire Apple Mac Mini is covered in Apple’s most preferred silver color. In this re-designed version, Apple Mac Mini is now coming with two choice of Intel Core 2 Duo processors, which is 2.4Ghz or 2.66Ghz, and 2GB of DDR3 RAM as the standard (upgradable to 8GB) and 320GB or 500GB of HDD space. The graphic chipset is also stronger because Mac Mini has uses NVIDIA GeForce 320M with dedicated 256MB DDR3, supporting up to 2560 x 1600 pixels resolution and it has come with a HDMI port (capable of displaying 1920 x 1200).


New Apple Mac Mini has the usual slot loading type of DVD drive (8x SuperDrive), and they are bunch of other ports provided at the rear panel (DVI out, gigabit LAN, USB port, etc.). WiFi-N and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR has been built-in, too. All you have to do is to pay $699 to own the basic rigs, or it can cost you about $1,499 for the extreme configuration.

[via Geeky Gadgets]

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