Cupertino, Calif. - Apple today introduced two new Mac Mini computers.
For the $699 version Apple has doubled the Mini's graphics performance, added an HDMI port and a new SD card slot. The company has also added a new integrated power supply, negating the need for an external power adapter.
This Mini is powered by a 2.4Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 320GB hard drive, 2GB of memory and Nvidia's GeForce 320M graphics.
The Mini measures 7.7 inches square and is 1.4 inches thick. It has four USB 2.0 ports, AirPort Extreme 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and an HDMI-to-DVI video adapter.
The second version, which runs Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server, has a more powerful 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 3MB of shared L2 cache, 4GB of 1MHz DDR3 SDRAM and two 500GB hard drives. Memory can be expanded to 8GB and the build-to-order options can add a variety of software options, including Apple Remote Aperture and Final Cut Express 4. A 24-inch LED display is also available.
Pricing starts at $999.