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Great connectivity for a tiny chassis.
Combination of hardware and software is attractively priced.
Enough processing power for small businesses.
Small workgroups in larger enterprises, and educational environments.
Keyboard, mouse, monitor not included.
Costly for what you get.
No optical drive.
Use of 2.5-inch hard drives hampers speed.
By AsiaOne on February 26, 2010
If you are looking for a small server or Network Address Storage solution to serve as a hub for your files, the Apple Mac Mini with OS X Snow Leopard Server is a worthwhile...
By CNET Australia on January 27, 2010
If you demand a small, relatively affordable Mac, the Mac Mini is your only option. Otherwise, you can find Windows-based small form factor desktops that offer more interesting features with better...
By Ars Technica on January 03, 2010
Pity the small office when it comes to technology. With anywhere from several to several dozen employees, there's often no budget for an IT director to manage all the network services required for a modern company of any size. Offices may need to...
By Expert Reviews on January 01, 2010
In less than a year, the Mac mini has bounced back from an uncertain future. Last March, its specification was boosted by a better graphics processor, support for two displays, a faster frontside bus to move data more quickly, a FireWire 800 port and...
By CNET UK on December 18, 2009
Apple's latest Mac mini faces a greater challenge from small Windows PCs than older models did. If you demand a small, relatively affordable Mac, the mini is your only option. Otherwise, you can find Windows-based small-form-factor desktops that...
By MacInTouch on December 07, 2009
Apple's new Mac Mini Server combines a lightly-modified Mac Mini with a Mac OS X 10.6 "Snow Leopard" Server software, in a server package unlike anything Apple has offered before. Apple's first server was the Macintosh Workgroup Server 95, a...
By PC Pro on December 03, 2009
Small businesses will be stunned to find all that's on offer from this bargain machine...
By Computer Shopper on December 01, 2009
If you’re a PC user with a spare monitor, looking to dip your toe into Mac waters, the Mini is a nice introduction to Apple computers. All others, though, should weigh this tiny PC's value versus an iMac....
By TechRadar on November 27, 2009
The Apple Mac mini has huge potential, but to date, that potential has not been realised. It's the cheapest way to buy a Mac but it isn't powerful enough to appeal to switchers, and it's been shamefully under-exploited as a media centre....
By Macworld on November 19, 2009
For most home users, the Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server is not a wise choice. Few home users are crazy enough to serve their Web site and blogs off of their home DSL or cable connection, and most don’t need the workgroup tools that are the main...
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