The recently announced M2 Mac mini offers an even better value and starts at just $599 which is $100 less than the M1 model.
Apple takes Mac mini value to the next level by making the M2 even cheaper — now starting at just $599 for the base model
The M1 Mac mini offers insane value for money and performance for just $699. But with the M2 Mac mini, Apple not only takes things to the next level, but drops the price of the entry-level Mac to just $599, which is a full $100 price cut.
With the previous Mac mini, users were stuck with just the M1 chip — there was no upgrade option at all. With the new 2023 Mac mini, Apple is allowing users to upgrade to the M2 Pro chip with purchase. This gives you professional-grade performance, with a total of four Thunderbolt 4 ports and 8K output for a single display, a first for any Mac out there.
However, if you’re looking to upgrade the design, you won’t find it here at all. In fact, the new Mac mini ships in the old chassis and you’d never know it was a 2023 model unless someone mentioned it or looked on the About This Mac page. But that’s okay, because most of you will be running your Mac mini behind the screen anyway.
Speaking of which, the Mac mini is just the heart of the Mac experience and you need to bring along your monitor, keyboard, and mouse. You can either use what you have lying around or buy something new from Apple, it’s totally up to you.
If you want a cheap Mac, the new M2 Mac mini is what you need to check out right now. It starts at $599 with 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD and you can order it today and it will ship to you on the 24th of this month.
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