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mac_mini_intel_core.jpgSo Apple is a bad company according to those do-gooders
at Greenpeace, maybe Jobs is trying to make amends as rumours start to
fly thick and fast over the possible launch of a greener, more
environmentally-friendly Mac Mini.

Slated for announcement at
the MacWorld Expo after CES, the revamped Mac Mini is allegedly going
to be a low-power version of the entry-level Mac we have come to know
and love.

Also the small-form factor computer could be PVC-free. Inside what is
likely to be a silver aluminium casing is a Super Drive CD/DVD player,
160GB of storage, 4GB of RAM and a choice of either a 2.0GHz or 2.3GHz
Core 2 Duo processor. It could even feature an Nvidia card.

The likely price of the new Mac Mini is likely to be around £330 (or more if the pound slides again).

Link: Wired