Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 46. Chapters: IBook, Power Mac G4 Cube, Power Macintosh 8500, Mac Mini, IMac G3, PowerBook G4, Power Macintosh G3, Power Mac G5, PowerBook G3, Power Macintosh 5000 series, PowerBook Duo, IMac G5, EMac, Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh, IMac G4, Xserve, Macintosh Performa, PowerBook 5300, Power Macintosh 6200, PowerBook 1400, PowerBook 3400c, Power Macintosh 6400 series, Power Macintosh 6100, Power Macintosh 9600, PowerBook 2400c, Power Macintosh 7200, Power Macintosh 9500, Power Macintosh 7100, Power Macintosh 8600, Power Macintosh 8100, Power Macintosh 7300, Power Macintosh 4400, Power Macintosh 7500, Power Macintosh 7600, G5Jam. Excerpt: The Mac Mini (marketed as Mac mini) is a small form factor desktop computer manufactured by Apple Inc. Like earlier mini-ITX PC designs, it is uncommonly small for a desktop computer: 7.7 inches (19.7 cm) square and 1.4 inches (3.6 cm) tall. It weighs 2.7 pounds (1.22 kg). Models prior to July 2011 included a built-in optical disc drive. Models prior to 2010 used an external power supply and were narrower but taller at 2 6.5 6.5 inches (50.8 165.1 165.1 mm). The Mac Mini is currently one of three desktop computers in the current Macintosh lineup, the other two being the iMac and Mac Pro. The Mac Mini was the first recent Macintosh desktop to ship without a keyboard or mouse. In addition, there is no included display. The primary intended market for the Mac Mini was for qswitchersq (users moving from a traditional Windows PC to Mac) who would already own a compatible display, keyboard, and mouse. Other customers could easily purchase these if needed. A special version of the computer is also intended for use as a server in a small network. It includes Lion Server and has a second hard drive. The updated unibody Mini is notable as Apple's first computer to include an HDMI video port to con...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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