Apple Mac Mini (Dual-Core i5 2.5GHz Processor, 4GB DDR3 SDRAM, 500GB, HD Graphics) | Apple Mac Training UK

Apple Mac Mini (Dual-Core i5 2.5GHz Processor, 4GB DDR3 SDRAM, 500GB, HD Graphics)

Apple MD387B/A – ^MAC MINI DUAL I5 2.5GHZ/4GB/500GB

Product Features

  • Apple Mac Mini Desktop PC
  • 2.5GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor with 3MB L3 cache
  • 4GB (2x2GB) 1600MHz DDR3 memory
  • 500GB (5400 rpm) Hard Disk Drive
  • Apple Mac OS X Mountain Lion

2 thoughts on “Apple Mac Mini (Dual-Core i5 2.5GHz Processor, 4GB DDR3 SDRAM, 500GB, HD Graphics)

  1. Bernardette Lugner

    Entry to the world of Apple Mac If you already own a good screen, the compact Mac Mini could be for you, and will get you — as it did me — into the world of Mac and OS X a lot more cheaply, but less prettily, than buying an iMac. I got set up very quickly, using a Logitech wireless keyboard and an Apple Magic Mouse, plus an ordinary Dell screen and my speakers. The included video adapter makes the connection to the screen work, or you can attach to an HDMI-equipped screen or TV. If you want to use DVDs or CDs, you will need to buy an external drive and plug it into a USB port. (£25-30). My cheap Samsung DVD drive was fine.The Mac Mini box looks great, is completely silent, but is inconvenient to use. Everything is around the back – on/off switch, four USB3 ports, line in and sound out ports, camera memory card port, etc., and I found that a USB extension hub made life easier. That line in port will not work with a normal microphone.Performance with 4GB memory is not good enough. Using OS X…

  2. John Ryan "Kat is the Brains!"

    Beautifully designed entry level Mac. Absolutely Love it! Beautifully designed entry level Mac. Absolutely Love it!If you’re like me, you’ll have spent ages comparing features and specs before splashing the cash on a new Mac. In my case I already have a MacBook Pro and wanted an additional machine for my daughter, and this fits the bill beautifully.Here’s why…Quick word of warning first – if you already own a MBP or MBA and want a techie comparison with the iMac best skip this review. I’ve come from a Windows background, and I’m not an expert on the Apple mac line-up, and this is meant for similar non-experts.Firstly, the hardware – which is all held in a small aluminium box at about 8 x 8 inches and about 1.5 inches tall.In terms of hardware you get:- * * 2.5 GHz dual-core Intel processor with 4Gb of Memory (Not fastest but not bad!) * * 500GB hard drive (Huge amount of space for photos and videos) * * A Firewire 800 port (to connect a very fast…

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