Just a few centimetres tall. And nothing short of amazing.

Sleek aluminium design. Easy access to memory. A built-in power supply.
Mac mini makes the most of every square centimetre.

Forged ahead. Way ahead.

Mac mini features a 3.6cm-thin seamless unibody enclosure carved from a single, solid block of aluminium. It’s created using computer numerical control, or CNC, machines — the same kind used by the aerospace industry to build mission-critical spacecraft components. This ensures absolute precision of every component of the Mac mini enclosure. Not to mention a stunning aluminium fit and finish that will make any desk proud.

No detail is too mini.

The power supply is built directly into Mac mini. So there’s no bulky brick, and there are fewer cables to connect. A removable panel on the bottom makes upgrading the memory completely painless. And once you’re inside, you’ll see how clean and organised Mac mini is. With attention paid to the tiniest details. Like the air intake vent. It’s practically invisible. And when the fan is running, you’ll barely hear it. Mac mini is full of big ideas.

Many ports. Major possibilities.

Built-in Thunderbolt technology lets you daisy-chain up to six Thunderbolt peripherals, including the new Apple Thunderbolt Display, to a single port. It also supports Mini DisplayPort peripherals you might already have, including the Apple LED Cinema Display. The HDMI port lets you connect Mac mini to your HDTV with a single cable. And a built-in SDXC card slot makes speedy work of transferring photos and videos from your digital cameras.

Exactly what you need. And nothing you don’t.

The iTunes Store and the Mac App Store have made it so easy to download music and apps that you probably won’t need an optical disc drive. So we designed Mac mini without one and used that extra space to squeeze in more powerful processors, advanced graphics and Thunderbolt technology.

* Claim based on energy efficiency categories and products listed in the US Environmental Protection Agency ENERGY STAR database as of October 2012.