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Mac Mini with 2TB Fusion Drive now available

Apple has silently launched its compact-sized ‘server’ storage, the Mac Mini. Apple is offering the new 2TB Mac Mini, which also comes with its Fusion Drive. Meanwhile, it features a 256GB solid state drive paired with a hard drive. If you’re think the 2GB is a too big capacity, there is also option a 1TB Fusion Drive. Apple_Mac_Mini_2TB_Fusion_Drive-3

Company claims the drive can be reach than 80 percent of the speed of a normal SSD, while use its intelligent self-management of prioritizing. Then, the advanced solid-state drives is able perform at about 10 times the conventional hard drive’s speed.

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Just reminder, company was announced its Mac Mini in October last year but it was available in a 1TB version only. Now, you’ll see a choose of 2.8GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 or 3GHz dual-core Intel Core i7 processors. On memory department, there are 8GB or 16GB of SDRAM.

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It’s suitable for those who want built a media server. Base model of Mac mini is already listed at $999.99 and up. The Mac Mini with the 2TB Fusion Drive configuration will set you back at least $1,099.

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