Apple Mac Mini 2.0GHZ, 1GB RAM, 120GB Hard Drive, 128MB Geforce, £445.35 @ Laskys - HotUKDeals
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Baby of the 2 models of the current range of the Apple Mac Mini's.

Good price for this model considering Apple are £499. Cheapest price I can find on the net.

Buy yourself a 320GB Hard drive for £53 (7200rpm and from Scan) and an extra 2GB of RAM for £24 (Crucial) and you then have the higher model of MINI for cheaper than then higher model.

Also dont forget Topcashback and get another 4.5% back.

Mines been dispatched. Using it as a media centre with Plex on it :)

Ive seen refurbished models from apple for £415. So this ones a bargain for new
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Hot.
Sells for 499 on apple store!
Use mine for a HTPC its great especially when combined with the eyeTV tv tuner.
#2
I have to say OP, that although the upgrading parts sounds good, its not for the faint hearted!!!!!

Its a nightmare to get into the cases, and the electronics are tightly packed inside. I managed an RAM upgrade, but would be cautious about anything else, and I consider myself to be competent at PC builds.
suspended#3
if you are upgrading the memory, doing the hard drive is easy. Its on the underneath of the component you lift out to get to the memory.
Loads of guides on youtube.
Even if you dont upgrade cheap at that price
#4
Hi guys, might have to buy a mac for business...never used one before, and have important question and probably a silly one lol but can you use normal pc monitors with macs?

just trying to understand if I need to buy a new monitor specifically for a mac.

Thanks.
#5
Where can we get an extra 2GB of RAM for £24? Do you have a link?
#6
cosmic4z
Where can we get an extra 2GB of RAM for £24? Do you have a link?

+1. :thumbsup:
#7
Great price, voted hot.

bassman_uk
I have to say OP, that although the upgrading parts sounds good, its not for the faint hearted!!!!!

Its a nightmare to get into the cases, and the electronics are tightly packed inside. I managed an RAM upgrade, but would be cautious about anything else, and I consider myself to be competent at PC builds.


+1 - It's a piece of cake on iMacs and G5's etc but even upgrading ram on Mac Mini's is a nightmare.
#8
liltman
Hi guys, might have to buy a mac for business...never used one before, and have important question and probably a silly one lol but can you use normal pc monitors with macs?

just trying to understand if I need to buy a new monitor specifically for a mac.

Thanks.


Nope, any normal monitor is fine, you might have to get a DVI adapter but I believe the Mac Mini comes with one as standard anyway.
#9
Money Spinning
Nope, any normal monitor is fine, you might have to get a DVI adapter but I believe the Mac Mini comes with one as standard anyway.


Thanks, looks like I have fixed my problem without getting a mac so hopefully I won't need to buy one, but still good to know that!
#10
Money Spinning
Great price, voted hot.

+1 - It's a piece of cake on iMacs and G5's etc but even upgrading ram on Mac Mini's is a nightmare.


+2


Have to agree. Did a first gen model a few years back no trouble, but just a a few weeks ago upgraded my current Mini with 2Gb I removed from an iMac (upgraded to 4Gb). Had a devil of a time. First time I booted up one of the chips wasn't recognised and on my second attempt managed to break my Airport antenna and somehow actually break the hinges that hold the ram in. Had to hold the ram chips in with cotton buds in the end (don't ask!) but it seems to work OK though. Wouldn't want to do it again.

SirHugo :thinking:

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