Apple Launches All-New Mac Mini with HDMI port, starting at $699

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Apple Launches All-New Mac Mini with HDMI port, starting at 699

Apple’s online store was down momentarily this morning and is now back up with an all-new Mac Mini line up featuring a new HDMI port.

The 1.4 inch thin unibody design starts with stock specs including a 320 GB Hard drive, 2GB of RAM, and a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo. There is also a Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server model available that includes 4 GB of RAM, dual-500 GB Hard drive, and a 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo. The Snow Leopard Server model will start at $999 for the stock configuration.

The new design also includes an SD card slot and HDMI port seen below.

Your Mac mini comes with drivers for hundreds of printers, cameras, mice, and other accessories. Just connect your device to an available HDMI, USB 2.0, FireWire 800, or other port, and you’re good to go

The new Mac Mini also features a removable bottom panel to easily add memory to the SO-DIMM slot.

[via Apple]

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