Apple's new Mac mini: 6 features in focus

Apple's new Mac mini: 6 features in focus
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Apple's new Mac mini: 6 features in focus

<b>Text: Agencies</b><br><br>Apple recently unveiled its new Mac mini, a smaller yet stronger version of its standard iMac.<br><br>Mac mini features fourth-generation Intel Core processors, faster integrated graphics, Thunderbolt 2, next-generation Wi-Fi and plenty of ports. <br><br>We take a look at six salient features of Apple's new product:

Connectivity
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Connectivity

It's easy to connect Mac mini to the biggest screen in the house or HDTV with the help of a built-in HDMI port.<br><br>All it takes is one HDMI cable to watch films, surf the web and flip through photo library.

Ports
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Ports

In case of third-party display, user can use the HDMI port to connect it. <br><br>Two displays can be connected to see photos, films and documents at the same time. <br><br>A built-in SDXC card slot makes it easy to import photos and videos from digital camera.

Performance
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Performance

With fourth-generation Intel Core processors, Mac mini keeps up with computers twice its size. <br><br>User can choose a 1.4GHz, 2.6GHz or 2.8GHz dual-core Intel Core i5.

Storage
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Storage

Fusion Drive combines a 1TB hard drive with amazingly quick PCIe-based flash storage. <br><br>Fusion Drive automatically manages data so that frequently used apps, documents, photos and other files stay on the faster flash storage, while infrequently used items move to the hard drive.

Graphics
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Graphics

Intel Iris Graphics and Intel HD Graphics 5000 deliver up to 90 per cent more pixel-pushing performance than the previous generation of integrated graphics.<br><br>This makes the videos and games more smoother and responsive.

Technology
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Technology

Thunderbolt 2 technology in Mac mini is phenomenally fast. <br><br>The two Thunderbolt 2 ports on Mac mini feature dual 20-Gbps channels for data transfer.

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