Apple released the new Mac mini 2009 this week. CNET has published a review featuring benchmarks and a video of the Apple Mac Mini with 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo and 120GB HDD.
Quote from the review: "Even though we have questions about the Mac Mini's hardware value, Apple helps close the gap by including its iLife '09 application suite with every new Mac Mini. We're also glad to see the mini DVI-to-single-DVI dongle mentioned above, but as usual with the Mac Mini, there's no mouse or keyboard. We're also disappointed that Apple left off the tiny Apple Remote this time around. You can add an Apple keyboard and mouse set for $98, and the Remote for an extra $20. Other options from Apple for the Mac Mini include a faster 2.26GHz CPU for an extra $150, and more RAM and larger hard drives, both for reasonable prices."
Read the full new Mac mini review on CNET. Buy the new Mac mini on the Apple Store.
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