During the live event in San Francisco Apple’s senior vice president Phil Schiller announced two new Updated Mac mini.
Powered by an Ivy Bridge processor, the new updated Mac mini now packs 4GB of RAM along with 500GB hard drive. Moreover, now there’s optional dual-core or quad-core chip versions.
The Intel HD 4000 GPU equipped models still features Bluetooth 4.0 along with built-in four USB 3.0 slots, SD card reader and HDMI out. Meanwhile, Apple has also confirmed Thunderbolt, as well as SDXC port on the new models.
Priced at $600 for 2.5GHz dual-core i5 processor equipped model, the new Mac mini will be retailing at $1000 for a 2.3GHz quad-core i7 chip version, which also has dual 1TB drives.
The both OS X Mountain Lion pre-installed models are expected to go on sale later today. Head over to the Apple’s site for more details.