Apple 2010 Mac Mini bumps up its power level

by Rafael Hernandez on June 15, 2010 · 0 comments

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The urge to pick up a massive desktop is wearing off on the computing public. The shift towards a smaller computer has been going on for quite a while now but it hasn’t quite caught on due to slower processor options and a bit of the sticker shock on the side.

Fortunately Apple’s 2010 Mac mini promises to improve your life with a whole heaping of improved options. The newest model can be suited up with an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66GHz processor, 8GB of memory, and for those wanting a bit of Team Fortress 2 there’s an NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics chipset on-board starting at $699.

And for those with a craving to serve up files the company has also launched its Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server sporting two 500GB hard drives for your storage needs starting at $999.

Source: Apple

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