Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 29th Nov 2005 19:15 UTC
Apple Apple's Mac mini will be reborn as the digital hub centerpiece it was originally conceived to be, sources have disclosed. The new Mac mini project, code-named Kaleidoscope, will feature an Intel processor and include both Front Row 2.0 and TiVo-like DVR functionality. While the specific model and speed of the Intel processor in the new Mac mini is unknown, sources are confident the system will be ready for roll-out at Macworld Expo San Francisco, in line with other reports Think Secret has received that Intel-based Macs will be ready some six months sooner than originally expected.
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RE[2]: I wonder...
by parrotjoe on Tue 29th Nov 2005 20:19 UTC in reply to "RE: I wonder..."
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The video card on the Rev. A mini cannot be replaced and I assume the same is true on the current Rev. B. The upcoming Rev. C...who knows?

I would think that installing Windows XP on a mini would take no longer than it would on a PC with equivalent processor, etc, unless there were problems getting the installation started for some reason or other.

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