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Apple has given its two Mac Mini models a makeover. The £529 model now sports a 1.83GHz Core Duo processor, which is a speed bump from 1.66GHz. Meanwhile, its £399 baby brother uses a 1.66GHz Core Duo instead of a 1.5GHz Core Solo.

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Both models run the CPU on a 667MHz FSB with 512MB of DDR2 RAM and have AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth. The cheaper model has a 60GB HDD and a combo drive, while the more expensive model stretches to 80GB of storage and a SuperDrive.

Note those are Core Duos and not Core 2 Duos. ®

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