Apple Mac mini - Early 2013 MD388/MD387
The Apple Mac Mini comes in two versions, one with an 2.5GHz Intel Core i5 and 500GB of storage, the other version includes an 2.3GHz Intel Core i7 with 6MB L3 cache, 1TB of storage, configurable with a 256GB capacity SSD. Both versions can upgrade to 8GB of RAM and includes Intel HD Graphics 4000, Native Mini DisplayPort, HDMI and SDXC card slot.
Quality design and materials.
Great audio in/out.
Weighs 2.9 lbs which makes it easy to move and take from place to place.
No DVD (let alone Blu-ray) player.
Lower graphics capabilities than 2011 model.
Keyboard and mouse not included.
High heat levels.
Minor HDMI bugs (screen goes black for a couple of seconds).
No Fusion Drive (HDD + SSD) on the basic model.
By tech.uk.msn.com on December 27, 2013
What's not?There's no DVD drive for ripping CDs and the accessories can be expensive.The bottom line:The easiest and cheapest way to enjoy hassle-free Mac computing at home. For style and performance, you can't buy better for the price tag -...100
By Good Gear Guide on October 24, 2013
The updated Mac mini gets its makeover internally rather than externally, with Ivy Bridge processors and storage upgrades hidden inside the same cuboid chassis. We would have loved if it got even smaller than it already was, but we're not really...-
By Macworld UK on October 22, 2013
Apple last updated the Mac mini in October 2012 so it's been a whole year now since it was last refreshed. It seems likely that the company will soon update its low priced Mac. We will update this preview with information based on our Mac mini...-
By TopTenReviews on May 23, 2013
For individuals who desire the Apple name with multitasking capabilities and a strong processor will enjoy the Apple Mac Mini.95
By PC Advisor on April 11, 2013
Its now-famous square aluminium unibody sets a standard in build quality and design which is still many strides ahead of all the competition. It's delightfully minimal, with all connecting ports tucked away around the back. Notable among these are...80
By PC Authority on April 08, 2013
Apple hasn't made any aesthetic changes to its latest Mac mini, but it didn't need to – it's still the best-looking small-form-factor PC on the market. Instead, all Apple's attentions are on the inside, starting with Fusion Drive,...67
By Computeractive on March 26, 2013
The Mac Mini is Apple's smallest and cheapest Mac. The basic design remains unchanged, consisting of a smart little aluminium box that's small enough to fit inside a biscuit tin.The cheapest model has been reduced from £529 to £499,...-
By uk.hardware.info on February 28, 2013
A mini PC for £679 or € 955. It has a fast processor and slow hard disk that you want to replace with a Fusion Drive or SSD, and no matter how you look at it, it's a lot of money for a mini PC. The slow 5400 rpm hard disk is really the...-
By Pocket-lint on February 20, 2013
A lovely machine that has so many uses it's almost staggering. It works as a desktop machine, it works as a media centre. It's not hugely cheap, but it is still the cheapest way to get into Apple computers, without buying reconditioned or...80
By DigitalVersus on February 15, 2013
Even after losing its dedicated graphics card (which makes it basically useless for gaming), the 2012 Mac mini is still one of the most powerful mini-computers around. And the design is still as stylish and well-built as they come. Its low graphics...80