It finally happened. The Mac mini has finally broken the Php30K price point threshold, making this yearâ€™s model the most affordable Mac to date.
As usual, there are three models to choose from – two for general public consumption and an OS X server edition for those with more needs.
The sub-Php30K model Iâ€™m talking about earlier runs on a 2.5GHz dual-core Core i5 processor with 4GB of RAM, a 500GB HDD, Intel HD Graphics 4000, and now comes with four USB 3.0 ports. SRP of this Mac mini is Php28,990.
If youâ€™re willing to spend more, specifically Php8K more, you can go quad-core. For Php37,990, you can the other mini that rocks a 2.3GHz quad-core Core i7 with 1TB HDD.
The Mac mini with OS X Server, meanwhile, has been upgraded with the same processor and souped-up with two 1TB HDDs. SRP of this bad-ass Mac mini is Php47,990.
All three are now available for ordering online at the Philippine Apple Store.
Now who says owning a Mac costs an arm and a leg?
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