Apple's small form factor desktop computer. It first debuted on January 22, 2005.

The Mac mini, which debuted in 2002, is Apple's smallest desktop computer. Prior to the mid-2011 refresh, all Mac minis had an optical drive, except for the server editions. The Mac mini was also the first Apple product to ship without a display, keyboard, or mouse.

The original Mac mini had a 32-bit PowerPC G4 processor. In early 2006, it was updated from the original processor to an Intel Core Solo/Intel Core Duo. The current model (Late 2018) is available with revised spec featuring 8th Generation Intel processors, SSD in standard configuration with option to add upto 64 GB of RAM.

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