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I'm selling the PC I'm using now on eBay. With that money I should have enough for a Mac Mini,This really cool Keyboard, and a monitor.

Only, I've been looking and the one I want says it's only PC compatible. Does it make a difference? Heres a link to the monitor.

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I.E. The keyboard and mouse are PS/2 connected. Does Mac Mini'S HAVE PS/2 ports?
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when they mean pc in this case they mean, personal computer, as opposed to television or something. However, i didn't see the connections anywhere on teh specs page. make sure you find the connections so you can hook it up to your mini.
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when they mean pc in this case they mean, personal computer, as opposed to television or something. However, i didn't see the connections anywhere on teh specs page. make sure you find the connections so you can hook it up to your mini.
I looked it has no PS/2 ports so the keyboard and mouse are probably going to have to be USB connected.

Yeah, I know that dude. I'm just asking since it says PC compatible can it work for Macs too?

Also, I'm guessing Airport Extreme is the internet hardware. Do Mac Mini's come with it already in or is it seperate, and since I already have a router(Belkin) when I hook it up will Airport automatically detect my router and log right in?

>.< Crap, wrong forum.
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