Upgrade to a compact desktop Mac without breaking the bank.
Upgrading to a recent Mac computer is usually an expensive endeavor, with the company's MacBook and iMac models generally costing $1,000 and up. However, if you're already set up with a display, a keyboard and a mouse you like, the Mac Mini could make for the perfect desktop upgrade. And with the M1 model discounted to just $479 today at B&H, you don't have to spend a fortune to get one.
Apple's Mac Mini offers simple plug-and-play connectivity and the same easy-to-use MacOS software found on its other desktop and laptop machines. The model on sale today at B&H is powered by Apple's own M1 chip for powerful and efficient performance. Though it's no longer the latest model in the lineup, having been replaced by the M2 Mac Mini earlier this year, the M1 version is still more than capable of handling your day-to-day computing needs with 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage. Ports include two for Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C, two USB-A, HDMI and Gigabit Ethernet.
If you do want to opt for the latest model, the M2 Mac Mini is currently discounted as low as $529 at Amazon. Notable upgrades include Thunderbolt 4 ports, Wi-Fi 6E support and the newer and more powerful M2 chip.