Apple has finally pushed a major update for Mac Mini with improved hardware keys. At its special media event in Cupertino, the company announced an extended and upgraded version of Mac Mini with killer hardware configuration in the box.
Now powered by fourth-generation Intel core processors, the new Mac Mini uplifts the performance track to the next level of graphics, expandability and connectivity. Along with the new Intel Core, the miniature Mac also features Intel HD Graphics 5000 and Intel Iris Graphic, which boosts the graphics performance by 90 percent compared to that of its precedent.
The upgraded Mac Mini fires three times faster Wi-Fi connectivity when joint to an 802.11ac network station, and comes in three flash-storage (PCIe) variants; 500GB, 1TB and 1TB Fusion. Alongside four USB 3 ports, Apple Mac Mini offers two Thunderbolt 2 ports which promises to deliver up to 20Gbps of bandwidth to each line.
Apple Mac Mini is available in three basic factory configurations with ‘price tag’ included; $499 for Intel i5 (1.4GHz, dual-core) and 500GB of onboard storage space, $699 for Intel Core i5 (2.5GHz, dual-core) and 1TB of storage and finally $999 for Intel i5 (2.8GHz, dual-core) and 1TB Fusion. The miniature Mac ships starting today.
Source: Apple PR