New Mac Minis are available now from Apple with Sandy Bridge, Thunderbolt and more!

Not only did Apple release OSX Lion, updated MacBook Airs and ThunderBolt Displays yesterday, but the Mac Mini also saw a significant update. The new Mac Minis now come with Sandy Bridge processors, New AMD HD Radeon graphics, Thunderbolt Ports and a new design. All that starts at only $599 as well, not bad for a sweet little machine. You can even connect the Mac Mini to your TV with a single HDMI cable now, to get an even better Mac experience.




The new Minis can be customized with a Core i5 or a Core i7 processor. They also have new updated graphics from AMD (ATI) in their new HD Radeon line, giving you an HDMI output port, perfect for hooking the Mini up to your HDTV. The new Mini no longer comes with a Superdrive but is only 7.7 inches square and 1.4 inches thin. The Mini also comes with Lion preinstalled of course, giving you the ultimate Mac experience. The new mini is perfect for the new Mac user or even the Mac professional. The Mini also follows Apple’s upgrade path, meaning if you want anything above the stock Mini, you will have to pay for it.

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