About the Mac mini


PCWorld quips that the Mac mini might be the small impressive system that could tempt people to switch to the Mac and gives it four out of five stars. It further adds, “The Mac Mini provides an elegant way to enter the Mac universe without having to spend too much.” MDN

Mathew Ingram reviews the Mac mini for Globe and Mail. He’s not generous with praise here. He calls the mini “stripped down,” makes an issue out of the mouse and keyboard hogging the two USB ports (unless you get a Mac keyboard), and deems it too be too expensive for something that’s not cutting edge. He used the mini for two weeks and the only problem he encoutered was Safari crashing. The things he did weren’t that extensive and says the mini worked flawlessly. He likes the mini for its looks and simplicity and recommends it as a second or third computer but not for anything media intensive. MDN

Washington Post’s Rob Pegoraro answers questions about the Mac mini. Questions asked include LCD monitor compatibility, KVMs, aftermarket upgradability, and many other questions not related to the Mac mini.


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