What do you think is better for editing movies ?
But considering video-editing will be a major part of what you do on your Mac, you'd be much more inclined to go for the $799 model, which has a 2.3GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 (Turbo Boost up to 3.3GHz) and 1TB hard-drive (with the option for a 256GB SSD or a 1TB Fusion Drive), making it more suitable for video editing, though the lack of a dedicated graphics card may be noticeable.
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It would be nice if Apple had a new Mac Pro replacement by now. I don't see the Mini's small size as valuable when it comes to things like video editing and workstation use. I'd love to see something in between the mini and the pro in size, with actually desktop CPUs and options for graphics. It could have a fairly wide price range depending on the options, as low as the mini and as high as the current pro's.
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