Apple Updates Mac Mini
In today’s Apple event Phil Schiller presented in the updated Mac Mini . The last update was in the middle of 2011 and it was so touching a review.
The Mac Mini is still the cheapest model to enter the world of OS X. For the model of 649€ have upgraded the processor with an Ivy Bridge i5 Dual Core 2.5GHz, 4GB RAM and 500GB hard drive. There is also a second model with a price of 849€ with a processor Intel Ivy Bridge i7 quad core at 2.3 GHz, 4 GB of RAM and hard drive 1TB.
Then have released the OS X Server model with €1,049, can be used as a server and has an Ivy Bridge processor i7 quad core 2.3GHz with 4GB of RAM and 2 dual hard drives of 1TB each. The memory can be increased up to 16 GB of RAM and hard drive can be up to 256 SSD.
The Blast video is the Intel HD 4000, the same one that the new 13-inch MacBook Pro . It has 4 USB 3.0 ports, an SD targetas reader, HDMI output and a Thunderbolt port.
With the Mac Mini, Apple has used to introduce Fusion Drive, a technology that works with the new Mac Mini or iMac with two different hard drives. What it does is that the system automatically chooses which applications go to the hard disk and the disk which are solid storage, which makes frequently used applications or system startup are faster to run from the SSD.
One of the elements that have also highlighted is the fuel efficiency for this new model and that is respectful to the environment. The Mac Mini is now available in the Apple Store .Tags: Mac mini