|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Processor||2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo|
|RAM||2 GB SDRAM DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1066 MHz|
|Hard Drive||320 GB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce 320M|
|Card Description||GeForce GT 320M|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||256 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
Apple Mac Mini MC270LL/A Desktop (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Intel Core Duo Processor 2.4GHz
- 2GB DDR3 RAM
- 320GB 5400RPM Hard Drive
- GeForce GT
- Apple Mac OS
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-The RAM on these minis is VERY easy to upgrade. This machine comes with 2GB but can be upgraded to 8GB. Just twist off the bottom with your fingers and replace the RAM. (Literally, no tools required.)
- If you're looking to use the Mac mini connected to your TV, you'll be glad to hear that it now comes with HDMI. Nearly every current HDTV should have HDMI and it's a great fit.
- Speaking of TV watching, the new GPU (video card) is great. A wonderful upgrade.
- This Mac mini was reduced in power consumption AND the power brick is now internal instead of the big external one from before. That makes for a cleaner looking hookup.
- We use all our Mac minis as servers here and they're great. They run 24 hours a day and have no problems.
- This machine still has the IR capability so it can be controlled with the Apple Remote or one of the Harmony remotes with no problems.
All in all, a good upgrade.
HDMI audio/video output (HDMI version 1.3 and supports up to 1920-by-1200 resolution and multichannel audio.) Allows you to connect the Mac Mini to your HDTV easily.
Nvidia Geforce 320 M integrated graphics processor. More powerful than last years Nvidia Geforce 9400 which was in the 2009 Mac mini. Useful for content creation.
320 gb hard drive - Last years base model had a 160gb hard drive.
Secure Digital (SD) memory card slot - Useful for transferring photos and videos from Cameras.
Unibody aluminum body.
STANDARD FEATURES - from last years model (minor changes noted in brackets) are
Core 2 Duo Processor ( 2.4 ghz - up from 2.26ghz )
2 GB 1066 MHz DDR3 Ram
8x slot-loading SuperDrive DVD burner
Mini DisplayPort video output with support for up to 2560-by-1600 resolution
Combined optical digital output/headphone output
Four USB 2.0 ports (1 less than the 2009 Mac Mini)
One FireWire 800 port
Wi-Fi - 802.11n specification; 802.11a/b/g compatible, Bluetooth 2.1 and Gigabit Ethernet -10/100/1000.
Software included is OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and the iLife 09 suite of content creation tools. A 1 year warranty on parts and 90 day telephone technical support is standard.
As one can see, not much has changed. Apple is still using outdated Core 2 Duo processors while the rest of the computer industry has moved on to using Intel's "i" series of processors and it's still shipping the Mac mini with 2gb of ram which is completely inadequate for multi-tasking effectively.Read more ›
It sits on your desk and looks so small, yet it packs a powerful punch inside.
I bought a Mini Displayport to VGA connector to integrate this into my KVM setup with the intention of only using it on one of my three monitors, and when I realized that I could also use the HDMI port to hook up a second monitor, it was like a new world.
The new Nvidia Graphics card handles my 24" and 22" monitors just fine.
I also picked up Parallels 5.0 software from Amazon as well, and I don't flinch when I say that this little Mac Mini is running Windows 7 Professional better than my Quad Core PC does!
I am also going to throw Ubuntu on here as well to play with.
The Snow Leopard install is very snappy, and opens programs and installs things in a breeze.
This little guy is also handling syncing to my iPad and iPhone like it was nothing, and it amazingly will handle multiple programs open with no problem.
This is actually the first Mac I have owned, and I am so impressed that I may be converted forever.
The SD card slot, HDMI, and new Graphics card is what really sets this apart from the older models.
The new case is also a very nice piece of engineering! I have no idea how they fit the power supply in there! No more power brick laying around on the floor!
So user friendly, and could be the pinnacle of a Home office or be a great HTPC in the living room!
First, the Mac Mini is so small I could hardly believe it. Since I bought it for an entertainment center I couldn't spare the space for a full desktop model. I connected it to my receiver with an HDMI cable from Amazon, which in turn connects to my Sharp Aquos 65" LCD HDTV. As soon as it turned on I was VERY impressed by how sharp and crisp the picture is. I did have a rather comical problem getting started though, as unknown to me the entire Mac toolbar along the top of the screen was being cut off, leading to a very confused support person having me repeatedly say "What Apple icon?! There's no such thing on my screen." Fortunately it was resolved in seconds once I knew the problem existed. I also had a hard time getting my internet connection to work initially, but that was due to my limited knowledge and not the product. By default the Mac is set to search for a wireless internet signal, a feature which had to be switched off before my wired ethernet connection would work. My Magic Mouse and Apple keyboard were detected in seconds and didn't require any setup. The SD card slot works flawlessly, so there's no need to directly connect a camera if you don't feel like digging out your USB cable.
Once the initial minor frustrations were taken care of there was no issue at all.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this unit and heard the fan running all the time! They had a sticker on it you'll void the warranty if you remove or open can't remember what one but it was getting hot they... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Bobw
I'm not sure how to send the seller a message personally, so forgive me for that. I bought this for my husband for Christmas and he started trying to use it yesterday. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Very nice little computers. They are fast, get the job done. Easily connect to HDMI for home theater setups. Highly recommended! 5 star.Published 3 months ago by BigBudde
the mac pc worked but was not as mention. did not come with all you see on the photo he used to sell this mac. had to downgrade the operating system to what I expected it to be. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tripp studio
The mac mini is the best bang for the buck ever in PCS Great don’t hesitate to buy one!Published 4 months ago by ROBO
This is an excellent little machine. I upgraded the RAM to 16GB. Works like a charm. Hooked it up via HDMI to my Samsung HDTV. Be gentle while upgrading the RAM. Read morePublished 5 months ago by williamdesign
Since Apple released Mac Minis, they rocked. This one is not different. Small, quiet and powerfull.Published 10 months ago by CID Monteiro