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This would be a great entry level Mac for anyone at a nice price.

Seems a fair bit cheaper than anywhere else and I have used Jigsaw24 several times before - always reliable, you get next day delivery also.



# 1.5GHz Intel Core processor
# 1GB memory (667MHz DDR2 SDRAM) 2x512MB
# 2MB L2 Cache
# 667MHz Frontside Bus
# 60GB Serial ATA hard drive
# Combo drive (DVD-ROM/CD-RW)
# Built-in AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth 2.0
# Front Row with Remote
# Mac OSX 10.4 Tiger and iLife 06.

All Mac mini models also include an integrated Intel GMA950 graphics processor with 64MB of shared DDR2 SDRAM(1), 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet, four external USB 2.0 ports, FireWire 400 port, optical digital and analog audio in/out, and built-in mono speaker.

In the Box:

# Mac mini
# Apple Remote
# DVI to VGA adapter
# Power cord
# Install/restore DVDs
# Printed and electronic documentation
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that is a very good saving!
these are the old models you can pick these up cheaper as they are old models. the new model is only £399 1.66Ghz Combo Drive
that is a very good saving!

Apple store sells these at £399 and that is with less ram (512MB)

this drop in price could be because the model has been around for a while and an update is due!

Days Since Update 258 (Avg = 151) -

an update has happened a long time ago from this model
The problem is it is old stock, with the 1.5ghz single core processor. The ones Apple sell out for £399 are 1.66ghz dual core.
yep just what i said thanx for backing me up
This is a core solo and was dropped last autumn from memory. I'd have to say at £50 less it would be good but you can get the current entry model core duo for £350 through an education link and £399 full price.

The Mini is due for a revision very soon (perhaps even June) and if the new MacBook is anything to go by Leopard is going to need 1Gb of RAM as a minimum.

I'll wait until Apple puts these up in the refurb section ;)
For an entry level Mac it's great value though especially as it has 1GB Ram pre installed (installing ram on Mac Mini's is a nightmare BTW).

I bought my Mum one of these a few months ago from Jigsaw but it only had 512MB Ram, luckily for her she doesn't need any more than that as she won't be using Photoshop etc.
Complete coincidence:

Apple is selling reconditioned Mac mini systems which include the 1.66GHz Intel Core Duo with 512MB of memory, an 80GB hard drive, and a double-layer SuperDrive (DVD+R DL/DVD±RW/CD-RW) for $649; as well as the 1.83GHz Intel Core Duo with 512MB of memory, an 80GB hard drive, and a slot-loading SuperDrive with double-layer support for $699.

so if the sell off has started in the US it won;t be long before it spreads here...
Both deals sound great if $649 = £325 and $699 = £350, but unfortunately I doubt that will be the case.

Also it's a shame they don't come with 1GB Ram as standard too, if I get one I will definitely get it upgraded first with extra ram, the 512MB one's are annoying as they come in two modules of 256MB each so take up both slots meaning to upgrade you will have to throw them both away as if you only throw one away you will be left with uneven modules which is not recommended.
Hey my mother is perfectly happy with her G4 1.25Ghz 256Mb RAM...

BTW uneven modules is a myth it makes at most 5% difference to performance. HTH

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