Yes folks, you heard right. The Mac Mini has been updated this week and now boasts the following tech specs:
- Unibody enclosure – now matches the new iMac and MacBook Pro lines
- Removable base – there is a cover that is under the base of the machine that allows for DIY RAM (SO-DIMM DDR3 SDRAM)
- Up to 8GB of RAM, 320GB or 500GB HDD space
- 3.6cm high by 19.7cm deep and wide. Weighing in at 1.37kg
- 2.4GHz or 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU
- 10/100/1000 MB BASE-T Ethernet Port
- Bluetooth 2.1 and Wireless 802.11n
- SD Card Slot, Firewire 800
- HDMI port as well as a MiniDisplay Port
- 8x Slot-loading Drive
And yes, Apple (for once) learned from their recent market ticker of the server-based Mini. This has not been discontinued and still receives the love and care it deserves, with up to 1TB of space (2x500GB HDD).
So now sit back and relax, for just $999 as the base model goes or $1399 (all in AUD), you can enjoy Team Fortress Two in all its glory on your titanic-sized 3D-capable 90″ screen. Ok, so perhaps 90″ is a little big.