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Apple Desktops Discussion of Apple's desktop machines including Mac Pro, iMac, Power Mac, and mini

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Hi I'm a new member so first of all hi everyone!

Anyway i would like to ask a few questions about the Mac Mini. I'm on a really tight budget but i really want a mac seeing as I've been a windows user all my life and I need a change!! (I know a Windows user on a Mac forum right? lol we all have to start somewhere!)

So anyways would the Mac Mini be a good place to start my Apple experience? I have used a Mac once before and basically wanted one ever since, It's just they cost a fair bit and the Mac Mini seems a reasonable price.

So what does the Mac Mini have to offer me! Come on you sales people!
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Dont Be Stingy Get An I-Mac:

The basic £399 has only a 1.83GHz c2d processor, so you'd have to go for the £499 2.00GHz processor
But for an extra £300 (£799) you get a 2.4GHz c2d processor, Massive Hard Drive and altogether a much nicer looking machine, which you would upgrade the RAM on, after a few months when the bank balance looks healthy again.

Macbook 2.4ghz, 250GB HDD, 4GB ram
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