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Tom's Hardware likes Mac Mini


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Another hardcore x86 PC site has "switched" and given a glowing review to the mini:

http://www.tomshardware.com/howto/20050216/index.html

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The engineers at our THG labs were especially suspicious of this miniature computer. However, that skepticism quickly dissolved after a few hours of practical use. Actually, many concluded that the world of Windows PCs has an enormous amount of catching up to do in the areas we mentioned above.
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Compared to the well-known SFF PCs, Apple's Mac mini stands out with its exceptional design. The choice of color, form and materials literally puts the mini into a class of its own. The high build quality and overall charm are also points in its favor, especially compared to other SFF PCs. Its very compact dimensions, its near-silent operation and the low power draw of roughly 20 W make its rivals from the Windows world look like amateurs.
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That's awesome, chalk one more up for apple.
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That is awesome, but I had no doubt that Apple would win with the mini.
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