Apple Mac Mini (PowerPC G4)

/ Updated: 19 June 2006 8:18 am BST

Apple recently updated the Mac Mini with Intel Core Solo and Core Duo chips. Apple no longer sells models with the older PowerPC G4 processors, but you can still find such units available at various online resellers. Since the Intel-based models aren't any more expensive, promise better performance, and include more features such as Front Row and a remote control, there's no reason to choose a G4-based Mac Mini unless you find a great deal as resellers clear out their old inventory. For our most recent coverage, read our review of the Mac Mini Core Duo.

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Apple Mac Mini (1.25GHz)

Part Number: M9686LL/A
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  • Regional specs shown for US. UK specs are unavailable.

  • Capacity 1 x 40 GB
  • OS Provided Apple MacOS X 10.4
  • Graphics Processor ATI Radeon 9200
  • Video Memory 32 MB DDR SDRAM
  • Monitor Type None.
  • Environmental standards EPA Energy Star
  • Color anodized aluminum