Apple Mac Mini Server - 2010 Edition - Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66GHz

  • Apple Mac Mini Server - 2010 Edition - Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66GHz
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  • Easy to deploy and manage.
  • Quiet and energy efficient.
  • Unlimited client license.


  • No optical drive for inevitable software installs.
  • Limited expansion options.

Expert reviews and ratings

By RegHardware on 90

With Apple’s Xserve now discontinued, the only two Mac servers available are the Mini and the Mac Pro Server. The Mac Mini is Apple’s lowest-cost computer yet in its more expensive server incarnation it dispenses with the optical drive of...

By Mac|Life on 90

The latest regeneration of Apple's tiny server powerhouse is a steal.2.66GHz Core 2 Duo Mac Mini with Snow Leopard...

By PC Authority on 67

The new-form-factor Mac Mini gets its server version, is it better than building a PC server of your own?...

By TechRadar on 90

The new Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server has surely been taking tips from Doctor Who's TARDIS – despite being cut from a single block of aluminium, it must somehow be bigger on the inside – how else could one shoehorn that amount of...

By The Inquirer on 80

The Mac Mini Server with the Mac OS 10.6 Snow Leopard OS has support for Windows as well as Mac clients, plus built-in web-based applications that anyone can use to collaborate and share information. First impressions are that the Mac Mini can't...

By IT Reviews on

By cramming in extra hardware and tweaking the OS, Apple has managed the seemingly impossible, turning its tiny Mac mini into a respectable small business server, complete with file and print sharing, email, web, wiki and blogging tools. It works...

By ZDNet UK on 85

Apple's latest Mac Mini server is an innovative and functional small business solution with huge appeal to style-conscious companies already sold on the Mac platform. Snow Leopard Server is remarkably affordable, although Windows Small Business...

By Macworld UK on 80

The Mac mini as a server is an odd concept. They don’t look like servers. They don’t have redundant power supplies or ethernet ports. The server version of the Mac mini doesn’t even have an optical drive. However, in spite of all the...

By PC Mag on 90

One of the most aesthetically beautiful business servers we've ever seen, this tiny, peppy machine makes for a quiet desktop server that's perfect for light-duty home and SMB server tasks. Buy it...

By AppleInsider on 80

Apple's efforts to target efficiency and sustainability are likely to help woo exactly the type of consumers the company is attracting to boutique retail stores, who care more about environmentally friendly design and efficiency than their neighbors...

By Macworld Australia on 90

Ever since the Mac mini was first released, people have been using Apple’s diminutive Mac desktop as a server. At 16.5cm square and 5cm high, it bears just the sort of compact computing power you want to stick in a closet or under a desk and use...

International Review By Datatid on 60

På grund af sit støjfrie design, størrelsen og HDMI-udgang med lyd er Mac Mini en populær løsning som media server.Apples nye Mac Mini fås også med Apples server-software. Det er en eksklusiv løsning, som er for...

International Review By MacPro on

17 June 2010 Förra årets lansering av Mac Mini Server blev inget mindre än en sensation. För mig var det utan tvekan årets lansering 2009 av Apple och betyget i mitt test blev därefter. Konceptet för årets modell är det samma. Tag ett stycke Mac...