Apple has updated a few knowledgebase documents that pertain to the new 2010 Mac Mini computers. The articles discuss items ranging from compatibility with system components when running Microsoft Windows, to the capabilities of the new set of ports and connectors. Read up if you are looking to get one of these new systems.
This article discusses the locations on the computer where Apple prints the system's serial number, which is useful for if you need to service the system or validate a warranty claim.
When you use the new SD slot in the new Mac Mini when running Windows, you may run into some problems with certain OS versions such as Windows XP not being able to read some cards. This article covers these situations so you will know what to expect when running in Boot Camp.
This article is rather interesting in that it outlines the power usage and heat generation of various Mac Mini models that are running both the client and server versions of OS X. This will help some folks determine whether or not small enclosures are proper for their systems. The new systems use only 10 watts when idling, I'm impressed!
Apple has made the new Mini easy to set up and get connected. This article covers the initial set up and what you can do with the new Mac Mini. While it is slated for the Mac Pro and Mac Mini (mainly because it discusses connecting separate displays), much of it can apply to any computer system that Apple makes.
One of the biggest uses for the Mac Mini is a media center or similar server (which is why they offer a server version), that many people will connect to their televisions for viewing movies and other media. This article discusses the different connections and possibilities for all Mac Mini models from 2006 onward, and what connectors will need to be used for various televisions. It is an in-depth article that discusses everything from resolutions, to video modes, and image quality settings on various TV devices.
Apparently if you are connected to a network, the Windows Vista installer will pause and delay. This article basically just mentions this, and recommends you unplug the system from Ethernet networks when installing Vista.
This article diagrams the various connectors and what they are used for. This information should be included with the system's documentation, but it's useful for if you are planning on putting the Mini in a tight location and need to figure out where the connections will be.