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CNET posts review of new entry-level Mac mini
Wednesday, March 4, 2009 - 11:25 PM EST
Posted by: Brian

CNET just posted a review of the new entry-level Mac mini. The review was sort of mixed, but here's the bottom line as they say. "With this $599 model, Apple adds significantly improved Nvidia graphics, a new 2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, and a larger hard drive. Those changes are welcome, and we're also impressed by the Mac Mini's power efficiency, as well as its ability to handle multiple programs at once. We still take issue with the Mac Mini's overall value. The Mac Mini remains a distinctive-looking computer and it has more than a few useful features. We can easily imagine it in a light-duty work role. But if your goal for a lower-cost desktop is core hardware bang for the buck, you're better off with a more well-rounded Windows system," writes Justin Yu of CNET.

I always get a little mad when they compare the Mac mini to other entry-level Windows machines, but what are you doing to do? Anyways, CNET gave the new entry-level Mac mini a score of 3.5 out of 5 stars. CNET also posted a review of the new 24" iMac earlier today. You can read that review here if you're interested. It basically came away with the same score as the Mac mini.

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