Apple Mac Mini Price in Singapore & Specifications
Price List by Country for Apple Mac Mini
|Processor Type||Intel Core i5|
|Operating System||OS X 10.5 Leopard|
|Processor Clock Speed||2GHz|
|Number of Processing Cores||1|
|Maximum Memory Expansion||16GB|
|Memory Clock Speed||1600MHz|
|Hard Drive Type||HDD|
|Hard Drive Speed||5400RPM|
|Number of Installed Hard Drives||1|
|Optical Drives Type||DVD|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||165 x 165 x 51mm|
Reviewed on 2010-01-21
Best design among budget desktops; decent performance for its price; best performance-per-watt on the market
160GB hard drive too small at this price, no HDMI port
We didn't love from Apple's most recent round of Mac Mini updates, but we're a bit more positive about this $599 version. A reasonably capable desktop, the entry-level Mac Mini will provide suitable day-to-day performance, wrapped in a familiar, still...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-01-12
Compact. Quiet. Dual-core performance. Wireless 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth built in. Windows compatible. FireWire 800. More powerful than nettops.
No Blu-ray option. No keyboard or mouse included. MiniDisplayPort is still a nascent technology. 30-inch LCD support requires optional DVI adapter.
The Apple Mac mini (Core 2 Duo 2.26GHz) ($599 list) still looks just like it did when it was introduced in 2005. Back then it was the only ultra small form factor (USFF) desktop worthy of the name (6.5-inches square, 2-inches high). Fast forward to ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-01-03
Pity the small office when it comes to technology. With anywhere from several to several dozen employees, there's often no budget for an IT director to manage all the network services required for a modern company of any size. Offices may need to han...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-11-19
Combination of hardware and software is attractively priced; enough processing power for small businesses, small workgroups in larger enterprises, and educational environments.
No optical drive; use of 2.5-inch hard drives hampers speed.
Ever since the Mac mini was first released, people have been using Apple’s diminutive Mac desktop as a server. At 6.5 inches square and 2 inches high, it bears just the sort of compact computing power you want to stick in a closet or under a desk and u...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-11-03
Tiny size; impressive set of features; all the dramatic improvements of the Early 2009 model plus better performance; no longer a very poor value compared to the $599 model.
Slow hard drive; difficult to upgrade; performance increase over $599 model still not dramatic.
Back in March, when I reviewed the previous Mac mini models—officially called the Mac mini (Early 2009)—Apple’s smallest desktop computer had just received a long-overdue refresh: it had been 19 months since the company had touched the Mac mini line. B...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-10-30
Apple recently released an update to its Mac mini line of desktop computers. The changes include faster processors, more RAM, and Apple’s Snow Leopard operating system pre-installed. Macworld Lab has the two desktop Mac minis, and we put them through o...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-03-12
Tiny size; significantly improved graphics performance compared to older models; dual video outputs with support for extended Desktop mode and 30-inch displays; five USB ports; FireWire 800.
Slow hard drive; difficult to upgrade; $200 premium over $599 model doesn’t get you many improvements.
by Dan Frakes, Macworld.com When we reviewed the previous Mac mini iteration, we lamented the 11 months it took Apple to release that update—a period so lengthy that many people wondered if Apple would discontinue the line. So you can imagine the specu...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-03-05
The Mac Mini is the greatest Mac that never was, always just a little too expensive and/or a little too underfeatured to be perfect. This time it's closer than ever to perfection—but still falls short. Sure, a $500 price tag would be great...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-03-05
Compact. Energy efficient. Quiet. Dual-core performance. Wireless 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth built in. New iLife 09. Mac Os X 10.5 Windows compatible. FireWire 800 now standard.
No Blu-ray option. No keyboard or mouse included. DisplayPort is still a nascent technology. 30-inch LCD support requires optional DVI adapter.
The Apple Mac mini has been an entry-level mainstay for the Apple faithful ever since its introduction in 2005. The exterior of the Mac mini (Nvidia GeForce 9400M) ($799 list) is the same 2 by 6.5 by 6.5 inches (HWD) thats been a mini hallmark for ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-03-04
Competitive Nvidia G9400M graphic chip; includes updated iLife 09 suite; energy efficient; space-saving chassis retains distinct design.
Similarly priced PCs offer increased functionality for more than $100 less; phone support only lasts 90 days from purchase.
Apple into its line of Minis, whose specs havent changed since an in August 2007. With this $599 model, Apple adds significantly improved Nvidia graphics, a new 2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, and a larger hard drive. Those changes are welcome, an...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-03-23
Decently priced, reasonably powerful, small and attractive design, DisplayPort connection
No HDMI, 5400rpm hard drive
It has been a year and a half since Apple updated its budget desktop line of Macs, but a new Mac Mini has finally been released. That may excite those looking for a cheap computer or powerful alternative to the AppleTV. The hardware has been improved, but the design is similar to the previous model. The lack of an HDMI connection remains the biggest deterrent to those looking for an elegant home theatre PC. Its the Mac Mini’s internals that have undergone the biggest changes. Both configuratioRead more >