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I think it is a work of art too although I admittedly like the mini as is, it just needed a halfway decent discrete graphics chip with decent memory on the $799 model.
And I will repeat myself and say a short commercial would definitely help the mini. I would love to see it during the Super Bowl or NBA Finals.
They could add better cooling and allow for the MX processor.
At some point I feel 1 GB will be standard though by then it will not be enough, 2 GB will be standard, and 4 GB will be available as the highest end option.
That reminds me and it doesn't appear this way thus far, though I sure hope we are at least another year away from the next version of OS X. Let Mountain Lion kind of simmer in for a while. I wonder if the limit changes for the HD 4600.
If that's the case then they just need to improve the BTO options across the board. There was a 750 GB HDD option on the last base model of the Mac mini, they should have that or 1 TB. I think trying to get people to upgrade for minimal improvements actually hurts them in the long run.
My fault, I mean as a BTO not standard. It would be asking too much to have Apple replace the 500 GB HDD with a 1 TB HDD or 1 TB Fusion and still sell it for $599.Here is what I mean.Looking at it now, you have the base mini at $599.There should at least be options for a 1 TB hard drive for another $100 and the 1 TB Fusion for $250 or SSD for $300. Or offer a 128 GB SSD only for $150.Hopefully I didn't leave anything out.
I mean have the $599 Mac mini and at least offer either the 1 TB Fusion Drive as with the base model iMac or the 256 GB SSD.I mean have the option of a 512 GB for whatever Apple chooses to sell it for.
I mean have the $599 Mac mini and at least offer either the 1 TB Fusion Drive as with the base model iMac or the 256 GB SSD.I mean have the option of a 512 GB for whatever Apple chooses to sell it for.Maybe Apple doesn't believes in very limited choices for the customer. I believe in having many options.
To be honest, I prefer pure solid state even though the Fusion drive is very good. I would like to think that by the time the Haswell mini is released, the $799 option will offer a single 512 GB SSD.Edit: Maybe even have the base mini offer the 256 GB. (nah that would make sense, heh).
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