New Mac mini with Aluminum Unibody and HDMI Port is Now Available. Unboxing and Hands-On
Apple has introduced the new updated Mac mini that has been redesigned in a a big way! With a starting price of $699 for the basic model, you get 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo CPU, 2GB of RAM, and a 320GB hard drive. A big ‘Yay’ for HDMI-out port which is finally included, along with SD card reader, 802.11n wireless adaptor, a Mini Display Port jack, and the new NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics chip.
The new Mac mini (2010 Model)
Despite being ultra-compact, Mac mini has plenty of ports to connect the peripherals you already have. With more graphics power and added storage, what you can do with Mac mini, is all up to you. Thanks to the newly included HDMI port and Mini DisplayPort, you can now connect your new Mac mini to an HDTV or any other digital display easily than ever before. The built-in SD card slot also makes it easier to grab photos and videos off your digital still or video camera.
Man mini (Front)
Mac mini (Back)
This new Mac mini is wearing a full metal jacket of sleek aluminum. A removable bottom panel for easy access to memory is provided and a space-saving built-in power supply now makes Mac mini pretty incredible. No matter how and from which ever angle you look at it, this looks like a must have computer!
Mac mini features an all-new aluminum unibody enclosure, which was first seen on MacBook Pros. The Apple logo on the top looks very much like the one on the back of new iMacs and iPad. This stunning aluminum unibody finish will make any desk of yours proud.
You can now also say goodbye to those power bricks as the new Mac mini power supply is built in. All you see is a single power cord. Another important thing is that the new Mac mini is very power efficient. When it is idle, it consumes less than 10 watts, which is 25 percent reduction from the previous generation. No other current desktop computer does that.
Removable Back Panel
This new Mac mini is shipping today and is available through the online Apple Store, Apple retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers. [Source: Apple | Unboxing Images: Engadget]