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Apple Mac mini Spring 2010

The new Mac mini is built using Apple's aluminum unibody enclosure and is 1.4-inches thick.

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There are two interesting additions to the new Mac mini: an HDMI port and an SD card slot. The HDMI port allows you to connect the Mac mini to an HDTV and see the computer's output on a digital screen. This gives you the option to play videos or other media directly from the computer, an option that many users have been asking for in the Mac mini.

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Apple Mac mini Spring 2010

Apple says the new Mac mini "includes the fastest integrated graphics processor on the market today," with the Nvidia GeForce 320M graphics processor. It includes 48 processing cores, making it twice as fast as its predecessor, according to Apple.

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Apple Mac mini Spring 2010

The SD card slot gives you even more options for adding media to the computer, especially if it is living room setting, connected to your TV.

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Apple Mac mini Spring 2010

The bottom panel is removable, giving you easy access to memory upgrades.

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Apple Mac mini Spring 2010

The new Mac mini comes in two models: one with a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and the other with a 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor. The older systems came with 2.26GHz and 2.53GHz processors.

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Apple Mac mini Spring 2010

The bottom panel is removable, giving you easy access to memory upgrades.

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