Apple made a lot of mistakes with the newest iteration of the Mac mini. Soldered RAM, a unimpressive lineup of processors, and the removal of some of great options that have graced previous versions like ability to configure it with as much as 2TB of storage. That last injustice has unceremoniously been corrected, albeit in a slightly different manner.
Unlike the previous mini that allowed for a pair of 1TB drives to be configured, the new version has added a 2TB Fusion Drive option which brings the total price of the computer up US$100. In order to actually choose this option you'll need to select the most capable mini, which comes with a 2.8GHz i5 by default, and -- with the 2TB drive equipped -- will hit your wallet for $1,099.