Apple Mac mini Server (mid 2010)

88
Global
Score
88

An all-around great product that's among the best in its category. You'll almost certainly be happy.

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PC Mag says:

Apple has created a stellar home or small business server. For smaller networking needs, the rapid setup and deployment is a game-changer.
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Breakdown

Expandability
6.0
Size and weight
8.0
Design and form factor
7.5
Noise
8.0
Speed and features
8.0
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Specs

Mac mini

Type
Small form-factor
Bundled OS
Mac OS
Processor speed
2.66 GHz
Video outputs
DisplayPort, HDMI
System RAM
4 GB
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Specs

Mac mini

Type
Small form-factor
Bundled OS
Mac OS
Processor speed
2.66 GHz
Video outputs
DisplayPort, HDMI
System RAM
4 GB
View Full Specs
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