The Apple Mac is a small, economical line of computers designed, developed, and sold by Apple Inc., since January 1984. The Mac mini is one of the simplest and most basic models, but has evolved into a highly efficient machine, with new and exciting features being added on a regular basis. The Mac mini is perfect for use in a small office or home, or between occasional trips away, making it an ideal machine for the student as well as the professional. Apple laptops offer many benefits over other types of laptop computers, making them a popular choice with many individuals who are considering purchasing a computer, today.
One of the first noticeable differences between the Apple Mac and other similar computers, is that its smallest size, at just under five inches, makes it easier to fit into a pocket. In contrast, the Microsoft Surface Pro is only half as wide and three inches deep. The Dell Streak is even smaller, at just over six inches long. A five-inch laptop is difficult to carry around.
With the Apple Mac mini, users are also able to upgrade their systems with newer Core Duo processor models, up to Core Duo processors, as well as support for dual graphics cards, USB ports, and additional memory through the purchase of an iMac. Core Duo, which is an updated version of the older Core Duo CPU, is ideal for anyone who needs more performance from their computer. The Mac mini’s two processing cores can be upgraded to help maximize its abilities. Even those who would like to purchase a laptop with four or more cores should consider the option of upgrading to the iMac instead.
Apple has not finished with its new mac mini yet. Currently, the newest version of the MacBook Air has been released, with a design that is thinner and lighter than any other MacBook Air to date. It also has all of the same ports, including two USB ports, two Firewire port slots, an SD card reader, and a headphone jack. The MacBook Air also has four more inches of internal space, which allows for the expansion of the iBooks in addition to everything else that is available on the MacBook Air. While it is thinner and lighter than the MacBook Air, it is much more powerful and packed with plenty of features and capabilities.
Starting with the display, the all-in-one MacBook mini is only available in a “standard” size of eleven inches. It is smaller than the MacBook Air, which measures fourteen inches in width, but is larger in terms of thickness, at seven and a half inches. Although, those who need a laptop with a larger screen may find that the MacBook mini is too small and will not be comfortable using it for working. However, most users will find that they can work well with the smaller screen.
While all of the latest Macs offer Bluetooth support, it is limited to only compatible models of the Mac mini including the USB adapter and base. This means that users will need to purchase a Bluetooth adapter for the mac mini if they want to take advantage of the Bluetooth technology in their day to day lives. Those who have a laptop but would like to take their work on the road can enjoy the benefits of the wireless connectivity offered by the MacBook Air. However, those that travel frequently will find that the MacBook Air offers a little bit better wireless connectivity than the all-in-one macos. However, those that are comfortable with wireless connectivity will be able to use both technologies well.
Apple has not released any official sales figures for the all-in-one macbook. However, many media sources have estimated that the new macbook could out perform the original released versions by Apple. These estimates are based on sales during the holiday season, which historically is a slow period for new Mac sales. However, many people remain skeptical as to whether Apple has underestimated the demand for the new macbook. Many consumers are waiting for the Apple Worldwide Tour to occur, which should provide concrete evidence regarding sales of the new macbook.
The MacBook Air is thinner and lighter than the new Mac mini. It has the same processor as the older version of the Mac mini, however it does not have the integrated graphics card like the Mac mini. The MacBook Air also lacks the flash drive bay as the Mac mini. Many media sources have reported that the MacBook Air will not be compatible with the USB flash drive manufactured by Sony, which has created some negative press for Apple. However, these reports remain unverified, and no concrete evidence of this has been released.