Mini PC For TV Windows 7,8,10 and Mac Laptop Computer iPhone

Mini PC For TV Windows 7,8,10 and Mac Laptop Computer iPhone

Mini PC For TV Windows 7,8,10 and Mac Laptop Computer iPhone

Mini PC For TV Windows 7,8,10 and Mac Laptop Computer iPhone

System requirements for Zoom Rooms Follow

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This article lists the requirements for using the Zoom Rooms display and controller.

This article covers:

Bandwidth requirements

  • 2.0 Mbps up and down for single screen
  • 2.0 Mbps up 4.0 Mbps down for dual screen
  • 2.0 Mbps up 6.0 Mbps down for triple screen
  • For screen sharing only: 150 to 300kbps
  • For audio VoIP: 60 to 80kbps

Zoom Rooms platform requirements

  • Minimum OS:
    • macOS X with macOS 10.10 or higher
    • Windows 7 or higher
  • macOS or Windows OS hardware requirements:
    • 2.5 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 or higher desktop CPU (single screen) processor
    • 2.8 GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 or higher desktop CPU (dual or triple screen) processor
    • Dual-bank RAM for better performance

Zoom Rooms verified platforms (macOS)

  • Mac mini (single screen)
    • 3.6GHz quad‑core 8th‑generation Intel Core i3 processor
    • 8GB 2666MHz DDR4 memory
  • Mac mini (dual or triple screen)
    • 3.2GHz 6‑core 8th‑generation Intel Core i7 processor
    • 8GB 2666MHz DDR4 memory

Zoom Rooms verified platforms (Windows)

  • Dell Optiplex 5070 Micro (dual or triple screen)
    • Intel® Eight-Core™ i7-9700T processor
    • 16GB (2x8GB) 2666MHz DDR4 memory
    • Additional DisplayPort (triple screen)
  • Logitech Kit(single or dual-screen display plus Logitech TAP controller)
    • Intel NUC8i5BEH
    • Intel® Quad-Core™ i5 gen 8 processor
    • 8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 memory
      Note: Due to the Logitech Tap connecting to the room computer as a USB based monitor, the Logitech Kit only supports up to two main displays. 
  • Lenovo ThinkSmart Edition Tiny for Zoom Rooms (single, dual, or triple screen)
    • Intel i7-9700T processor
    • 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 memory
    • 2x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort
    • VESA wall mount included 

Zoom Rooms touch-verified platforms (Windows)

  • Touch screens: (single screen on touchscreen with an i5/i7 Windows 10 PC).
  • Zoom Rooms Controller is integrated into touch (external controller is optional)
  • Integrated all-in-one touch display (TV, PC, Camera, Speaker, Mic)

Zoom Rooms verified platforms (appliances)

Zoom Rooms touch-verified platforms (appliances)

Zoom Rooms Controller requirements

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Mac Mini

Desktop computer by Apple

The Mac mini (stylized with a lowercase "mini") is a desktop computer made by Apple Inc. It is one of four desktop computers in the current Macintosh lineup, serving as an alternative to the all-in-one iMac, and sitting below the performance range iMac Pro and Mac Pro.

The Mac mini is Apple's only consumer desktop computer since 1998 to ship without a display, keyboard, or mouse. Apple initially marketed it as BYODKM (Bring Your Own Display, Keyboard, and Mouse),[3] pitching it to users switching from a traditional PC running operating systems such as Microsoft Windows.[4] It uses many laptop components to achieve its compact size.[5]

The Mac mini was introduced in January 2005, using PowerPC G4 processors. The second-generation Mac mini, introduced in February 2006, carried over the design of the PowerPC version, but used Intel Core processors and other upgraded components, and made wireless connections such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi standard.

The third-generation Mac mini, introduced in June 2010, brought a thinner unibody aluminum case and an HDMI port, more readily positioning it as a home theater device alternative to the Apple TV.[6] Later revisions added Thunderbolt and Intel Core i5 and i7 processors.

The fourth-generation Mac mini, introduced in October 2018, added a darker "space gray" finish, comes with solid-state storage standard, and replaced most data ports with USB-C.

A server version of the Mac mini, bundled with the Server edition of the OS X operating system, was offered from 2009 to 2014.[7]

1st generation (PowerPC G4)[edit]

A small form factor computer had been widely speculated and requested long before the release of the Mac mini.[8] On January 10, 2005, the Mac mini was announced alongside the iPod shuffle at the Macworld Conference & Expo and was described by Apple CEO Steve Jobs at the time as "the cheapest, most affordable Mac ever".[9][10]

The Mac mini was intended as an entry-level computer intended for budget-minded customers. Unlike regular desktops, which use standard-sized components such as 3.5-inch hard drives and full-size DIMMs, the Mac mini uses low-power laptop components to fit into a small case and run without overheating.[11]

Design and repairability[edit]

The aluminum case, capped with polycarbonate plastic on the top and bottom, has an optical drive slot on the front and the I/O ports and vents for the cooling system on the back. It has an external 85W power supply.[12]

The 1st generation has no visible screws, reflecting Apple's intention that the computer not be upgraded by the user. Some Mac mini owners used a putty knife or a pizza cutter to open the case to install third-party memory, which could be obtained far more cheaply than Apple's offering.[13] Apple describes this procedure in detail, including an official Apple part number for a "modified putty knife".[14]


The Mac mini G4 has single-core 32-bitPowerPC processors with 512 KB (1 KB = 1024 B) of on-chip L2 cache. The processor — running at 1.25, 1.33, 1.42, or 1.5 GHz, depending on the model — accesses memory through a front-side bus clocked at 167 MHz. An ATI Radeon 9200 graphics processor with 32 MB of DDR SDRAM (1 MB = 1024 KB) came standard; in 2005's final Mac mini G4, Apple added a high-end option for 64 MB VRAM.


The Mac mini G4 uses 333 MHz DDR SDRAM. It has just one desktop-sized DIMM slot for random-access memory, allowing a maximum of 1 GB of memory (1 GB = 1024 MB). This relatively small amount often forced the system to page to the hard disk, slowing operation considerably. (Intel models of Mac mini had using two notebook DIMM slots.)


The Mac mini G4 uses a single 2.5-inch Ultra ATA/100 hard drive, which offers a maximum transfer rate of 100 MB/s.[clarification needed] Because of its sealed enclosure, it is not possible to upgrade the hard drive without opening the enclosure and possibly voiding the warranty of the system.[15] The Mac mini G4 also contains a second ATA cable that connects to the optical drive. A Combo drive was included as standard, while a SuperDrive able to write to DVDs was also an option.

Back panel of a late 2005 PowerMac10,2 model Mac mini. From left to right, first row: power button, 15 ventilation holes, Kensington lock slot. Second row: DC in, Fast Ethernet, blanked 56k Modem, DVI-I, 2 USB 2.0 ports, FireWire 400, audio out.


The Mac mini includes two USB 2.0 ports and one FireWire 400 port. Networking is supported with 10/100 Ethernet and 56k V.92 modem, while 802.11b/g Wi-Fi and Bluetooth were additional build-to-order options. External displays are supported via a DVI port. Adaptors are also available for VGA, S-Video, and composite video. The system contains a built-in speaker and an analog 1/8-inch stereo mini jack.

In the last revision of the Mac mini G4, the internal mezzanine board was upgraded to accommodate the AirPort Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology onto one chip. In prior models, the Mac mini included an AirPort Extreme card taped to the mezzanine board and a separate Bluetooth module.[16] This new Wi-Fi card also no longer uses an MMCX-Female connector for the antenna (as the prior models did) but rather a proprietary Apple one.


Model Early 2005 Mid-2005[18]Late 2005[19]
Component PowerPC G4
Release date January 11, 2005[20]July 26, 2005[21]September 27, 2005
Order number M9686*/A, M9687*/A M9686*/B, M9687*/B, M9971*/B M9687*/B, M9971*/B
Model identifier PowerMac10,1 PowerMac10,2
Model number A1103
Processor1.25 GHz or 1.42 GHz PowerPC G4 (7447A) 1.33 GHz or 1.5 GHz PowerPC G4 (7447A)
Cache64 KB L1, 512 KB L2 (1:1)
Front-side bus167 MHz
one RAM slot
256 MB of 333 MHz DDR SDRAM
Expandable to 1 GB
512 MB of 333 MHz DDR SDRAM
Expandable to 1 GB
GraphicsATI Radeon 9200 graphics processor with 32 MB of DDR SDRAM. ATI Radeon 9200 graphics processor with 32 MB or 64 MB of DDR SDRAM.
Hard drive2.5" 40 or 80 GB PATA/133 at 5400 rpm
Optical driveSlot-inCombo drive or SuperDrive
Connectivity Optional or integrated Wi-Fi 3 (802.11b/g)
10/100 Base-T Ethernet
Optional or Integrated 56k V.92 modem
Optional or Integrated Bluetooth 1.1
Optional or Integrated Wi-Fi 3 (802.11b/g) with Bluetooth 2.0+EDR card
10/100 Base-T Ethernet
Optional or Integrated 56k V.92 modem
Peripherals 2x USB 2.0
1x FireWire 400
Built-in mono speaker
Audio-out mini-jack
Video out DVI
Latest release operating system Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
Weight 2.9 pounds (1.3 kg)
Power 32W (Idle), 85W (Max)[22] (1.25 GHz model with 256MB RAM, 40GB drive, and Combo drive)
Dimensions 2.0 inches (51 mm) H × 6.5 inches (170 mm) W × 6.5 inches (170 mm) D

1 The serial number and specifications sticker on the underside of the latest revision do not carry the actual specs of the upgrade. For example, on a 1.5 GHz model, 1.42 GHz is listed. The product packaging also did not reflect the upgrade. Apple did not revise the official specifications on their web site.[23]

Alternative operating systems[edit]

The Mac mini G4 can run different operating systems designed for the PowerPC architecture. For example, users can install the AmigaOS-compatible MorphOS, OpenBSD,[24] or Linux distributions such as Debian or Ubuntu.[25][26][27][28] Success has been reported with running Mac OS 9 on the Mac mini G4 through an unofficial patcher, though this is not supported in any way by Apple.[29]

Support for pre-OS X Mac applications[edit]

Unlike the Intel models, a G4 Mac mini running Mac OS X 10.4 can run Mac OS 9 "Classic" applications, as long as a bootable copy of the OS 9 System Folder is installed from which to run the Classic environment. As of Mac OS X 10.5, the ability to run the Classic Environment was removed.

2nd generation (Intel-based)[edit]

On February 28, 2006 Apple announced an Intel-based Mac mini with an Core Solo or Duo processor. Apple claimed it was "four times faster than its predecessor".[30]

On October 22, 2009, Apple introduced a server version with a second hard drive instead of an optical drive. It was marketed as an affordable server for small businesses and schools.[31]


Inside of an Intel Mac mini circa 2007

The 2006 and 2007 models came with 32-bit Intel Core Solo processors that could be replaced with 64-bit Core 2 Duo processors through a simple upgrade.[32] Since the 2006 and 2007 "Merom"-based Mac mini models came with socketed processors, the 32-bit processor can easily be removed, and replaced with a compatible 64-bit Intel Core 2 Duo processor. The following processors are compatible: 2.00 GHz Intel T7200 SL9SF, 2.16 GHz Intel T7400 SL9SE, 2.33 GHz Intel T7600 SL9SD. 2009 and later models have the processors soldered onto the logic board and preventing it from being upgradable. Once the 2006 model is upgraded to a Core 2 Duo processor, it can support up to 2 GB of memory, and can run Mac OS X Lion through a minor modification by editing or deleting the platformsupport.plist file.[33][34] Many users have found that such upgrades can make the 2006/2007 models perform even better than the 2009 models. Geekbench scores have shown that the 2.33 GHz Core 2 Duo fitted Mac mini with 2 GB of RAM has a score of 3060 whereas a late 2009 Mac mini with 2 GB of RAM has 3056 making the two machines fairly comparable.[35][36]

While the Mac mini G4 contained a separate graphics processor, all revisions of the Intel-based Mac mini contain integrated GPUs, except in the 2011 version where the 2.5 GHz model contains a separate AMD Radeon GPU. In Apple's early marketing of the Mac mini G4, it touted the superiority of the use of a discrete ATI Radeon 9200 32 MB graphics card over the integrated graphics included in many budget PCs.[37] The Intel GMA that was built into the Mac mini was criticized for producing stuttering video, despite supporting hardware accelerated H.264 video playback, and disappointing frame rates in graphics-intensive 3D games.[38] Early and Late 2009 models corrected these performance issues with an improved NVIDIA based GeForce 9400M chipset.

Back panel of a mid-2007 2,1 model Mac mini. From left to right, first row: power button, ventilation holes, Kensington lock slot, audio in, audio out. Second row: DC in, gigabit Ethernet, FireWire 400, DVI, 4 USB 2.0 ports
Back panel of a late 2009 3,1 model Mac mini. From left to right, first row: power button, ventilation holes, Kensington lock slot, audio in, audio out. Second row: DC in, gigabit Ethernet, FireWire 800, Mini DVI, Mini-DisplayPort, 5 USB 2.0 ports


Unlike the Mac mini G4, the Intel-based Mac mini uses a dual-channel architecture for memory. The original Intel-based Mac mini uses 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM, while models starting with the early 2009 revision use 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM.


The Intel-based Mac mini moves away from the formerly used Ultra ATA/100 to the newer Serial ATA interface, which offers a maximum 3 Gbit/s transfer rate, however all models of Intel Mac mini have been limited to 1.5 Gbit/s even though the SATA standard supports a transfer of 3 Gbit/s. All models continue to use 2.5-inch hard drives as opposed to the 3.5-inch drives used in standard desktops. A server edition of the Mac mini was introduced in October 2009, which omits the optical drive in favor of a second hard drive for a total of 1 TB of storage (1 TB = 1000 billion bytes). A Combo drive was initially offered as standard, with the SuperDrive being an option, but through the 2010 models, all models that have an optical drive contain the SuperDrive as standard. The 2010 standard version of the Mac (without Server) comes with a 0.3 TB or on 2.66 GHz 0.5 TB of storage.


The Intel-based Mac mini includes four USB 2.0 ports and one FireWire 400 port. The I/O ports were changed with the early 2009 revision, with a fifth USB 2.0 port added and the FireWire 400 port replaced with a FireWire 800 port. An infrared receiver was added allowing the use of an Apple Remote.

Bluetooth 2.0+EDR and 802.11gWi-Fi became standard after being optional in the G4 version, and the Ethernet port was upgraded to Gigabit, while a built-in 56k modem is no longer available.[39] The 2009 models added 802.11 draft-n and later 802.11n Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth was also upgraded from 2.0 to 2.1.

External displays are supported through a DVI port. The 2009 models change the video outputs to Mini-DVI and Mini DisplayPort, which allowed for dual displays. The Mini DisplayPort supports external displays with a resolution up to 2560×1600, which allows use of the 30-inch Cinema Display. While the Mac mini G4 supported only analog audio output, the Intel-based Mac mini has separate Mini-TOSLINK/3.5 mm mini-jacks that supported both analog audio input and output as well optical digital S/PDIF input and output.


Model Early 2006[41]Late 2006[42]Mid 2007[43]Early 2009[44]Late 2009[45][46]
Component Intel CoreIntel Core 2 Duo
Release date February 28, 2006[47]September 6, 2006 August 7, 2007 March 3, 2009[48]October 20, 2009
Order number MA205*/A, MA206*/A MA607*/A, MA608*/A MB138*/A, MB139*/A MB463*/A, MB464*/A MC238*/A, MC239*/A, MC408*/A
Model identifier Macmini1,1 Macmini2,1 Macmini3,1
Model number A1176 A1283
Processor1.5 GHz Intel Core Solo (T1200) or 1.66 GHz Intel Core Duo (T2300)

Upgradable up to an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.33 GHz T7600 processor.[32]

1.66 GHz (T2300) or 1.83 GHz (T2400) Intel Core Duo

Upgradable up to an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.33 GHz T7600 processor. [32]

1.83 GHz (T5600) or 2.0 GHz (T7200) Intel Core 2 Duo

Upgradable up to an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.33 GHz T7600 processor. [32]

2.0 GHz (P7350) Intel Core 2 Duo
Optional 2.26 GHz (P8400) Intel Core 2 Duo
2.26 GHz (P7550) or 2.53 GHz (P8700) Intel Core 2 Duo
Cache2 MB on-chip L2 cache 2 MB (1.83 GHz), 4 MB (2.0 GHz) shared 3 MB on-chip L2 cache
Front-side bus667 MHz 1067 MHz
Memory512 MB (2 × 256 MB) of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
Expandable to 2 GB (Expandable to 4GB after Core 2 Duo upgrade and macmini2.1 efi hack
1 GB (2 × 512 MB) of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
Expandable to 4 GB (only 3GB will be used)
1 GB (1 × 1 GB) or 2 GB (2 × 1 GB) of 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM
Expandable to 8 GB (4 GB supported by Apple)[49][50]
2 GB (2 × 1 GB) or 4 GB (2 × 2 GB) of 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM
Expandable to 8 GB (4 GB supported by Apple)
GraphicsIntel GMA 950 using 64 MB of DDR2SDRAM (up to 224 MB in OS X with sufficient RAM or Windows through Boot Camp)[51]NvidiaGeForce9400M using 128 MB or 256 MB of DDR3 SDRAMNvidia GeForce 9400M using 256 MB of DDR3 SDRAM
Shared with main memory
Hard drive60 or 80 GB
Optional 100 GB or 120 GB
60 or 80 GB
Optional 100 GB, 120 GB, 160 GB
80 or 120 GB
Optional 160 GB
120 or 320 GB
Optional 250 GB
160 or 320 GB
2 × 500 GB on Server model
Optional 500 GB
Serial ATA 5400-rpm
Optical drive8× DVD read,
24× CD-R and 16× CD-RW recording Combo drive
8× DVD±R read, 4× DVD±R writes or 2× DVD±RW writes,
24× CD read, 16× CD-R, and 8× CD-RW recording SuperDrive
8× DVD±R read, 6× DVD±R-DL writes, 8× DVD±R writes or 6× DVD±RW writes,
24× CD read, 24× CD-R and CD-RW recording SuperDrive
8× DVD±R read, 6× DVD±R-DL writes, 8× DVD±R writes, 6× DVD-RW writes, 8× DVD+RW writes,
24× CD read, 24× CD-R and CD-RW recording SuperDrive
No optical drive on Server model
Connectivity Built-in Wi-Fi 3 (802.11b/g)
Bluetooth 2.0+EDR

IR Receiver

Built-in Wi-Fi 4 (802.11a/b/g/draft-n)
Gigabit Ethernet
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR

IR Receiver

Built-in Wi-Fi 4 (802.11a/b/g/n)
Gigabit Ethernet
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR

IR Receiver

Peripherals 4x USB 2.0
1x FireWire 400
Built-in mono speaker
Audio-out mini-jack
Audio line-in/digital audio input
5x USB 2.0
1x FireWire 800
Built-in mono speaker
Audio-out mini-jack
Audio line-in/digital audio input
Video out DVIMini-DVI and Mini DisplayPort
Latest release operating system Mac OS X 10.6 Snow LeopardMac OS X 10.7 Lion if at least 2 GB RAM installed, otherwise Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard[52]OS X 10.11 El Capitan if at least 2 GB RAM installed, otherwise Mac OS X 10.6 Snow LeopardOS X 10.11 El Capitan
Weight 2.9 pounds (1.3 kg)
Dimensions 2.0 inches (51 mm) H × 6.5 inches (170 mm) W × 6.5 inches (170 mm) D

3rd generation (Unibody)[edit]

Back panel of a mid-2010 4,1 model unibody Mac mini. From left to right, first row: power button, AC power supply plug, Gigabit Ethernet, FireWire 800, HDMI, Mini-DisplayPort, 4 USB 2.0 ports, SDXC card slot. Second row: ventilation holes, audio in, audio out
Mac mini 2010 front view of optical drive

On June 15, 2010, Apple introduced the third generation Mac mini with a thinner unibody aluminum case. It also included an internal power supply and an SD card slot.[53] An HDMI port, which Apple describes as being HDMI 1.4 compliant, replaces the Mini-DVI port as one of the main video connection methods.

An update announced on July 20, 2011 added a Thunderbolt port, dual-core Intel Core i5 and quad-core i7 processors, support for up to 16 GB of memory, Bluetooth 4.0, and either Intel HD Graphics 3000 integrated graphics or AMD Radeon HD 6630M dedicated graphics. The revision also removed the internal CD/DVD optical drive from all versions. The server model was upgraded to a quad-core Core i7 processor.

Apple updated the line on October 23, 2012 with Ivy Bridge processors, USB 3.0, and upgraded graphics.[54] On October 16, 2014 the line was updated with Haswell processors, improved graphics, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and Thunderbolt 2. The FireWire 800 port was replaced with a second Thunderbolt port. The price of the base-model was lowered by $100. The only change to the body was the removal of the two holes used to open the case, as the memory was no longer upgradable because it was soldered to the logic board. Since the integrated graphics processor does not have its own dedicated memory, the system shares some of the main system memory with it.[55]4K video output via HDMI was added.[56]


There is a removable panel on the bottom of the chassis enabling the user to upgrade the RAM. While opening the case does not actually void the warranty, anything broken while the case is open is not covered.[15]

The 2011 revision removes the Kensington Security Slot,[57] as well as the optical drive, leaving internal space for a second internal hard drive or SSD, which can be ordered from Apple, or as an upgrade kit from third party suppliers.


Mac mini models released in late 2014 used dual-core processors, which perform worse in multi-threaded workloads compared to the quad-core processors from the 2012 model. Meanwhile, single-threaded workload performance increased.[58] Comparing the high ends of both releases, the 2012 model used a 4-core, 8-thread Intel Core i7-3720QM, whereas the 2014 model used a 2-core, 4-thread Intel Core i7-4578U.

The 2014 model featured Intel Iris graphics (GT3), which greatly outperforms the Intel HD Graphics 4000 (GT2) in the previous models.[59] The late 2014 CPUs were also more energy-efficient: their maximal thermal design power (TDP) was 62% lower than that of the 2012 models.[60][61]


In general, the Mac mini has been praised as a relatively affordable computer with a solid range of features. Reviews noted it is possible to purchase small computers at the same price with faster processors, better graphics card, more memory, and more storage.[62] The small size has made the Mac mini particularly popular as a home theater solution. In addition, its size and reliability has helped keep resale values high.[63]


Obsolete VintageDiscontinued
Model Mid 2010[64][65]Mid 2011[66][67]Late 2012[68][69]Late 2014[70]
Component Intel Core 2 DuoIntel Core i5 & i7
Release dateJune 15, 2010[71]July 20, 2011[72]October 23, 2012[73]October 16, 2014[74]
Order numberMC270*/A MC438*/A
(server model)
MC815*/A MC816*/A MC936*/A
(server model)
MD387*/A MD388*/A MD389*/A
(server model)
Machine modelMacmini4,1 Macmini5,1 Macmini5,2 Macmini5,3 Macmini6,1 Macmini6,2 Macmini7,1
Base Price at LaunchUS $699 US $999 US $599 US $799 US $999 US $599 US $799 US $999 US $499 US $699 US $999
Model numberA1347
ProcessorIntel Core 2 Duo (P8600)
Optional 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (P8800)
Intel Core 2 Duo (P8800) Dual-core Intel Core i5 (i5-2415M) Dual-core Intel Core i5 (i5-2520M Turbo Boost up to 3.2 GHz)
Optional i7-2620M dual-core Intel Core i7
Quad-core Intel Core i7 (i7-2635QM) Dual-core Intel Core i5 (i5-3210M) Quad-core Intel Core i7 (i7-3615QM)
Optional i7-3720QM quad-core Intel Core i7
Dual-core Intel Core i5 (i5-4260U) Dual-core Intel Core i5 (i5-4278U)
Optional i7-4578U dual-core Intel Core i7
Dual-core Intel Core i5 (i5-4308U)
Optional i7-4578U dual-core Intel Core i7
(Turbo Boost)
2.4 GHz
2.66 GHz with P8800
2.66 GHz 2.3 GHz (2.9 GHz) 2.5 GHz (3.2 GHz)
2.7 GHz (3.4 GHz) with i7-2620M
2.0 GHz (2.9 GHz) 2.5 GHz (3.1 GHz) 2.3 GHz (3.3 GHz)
2.6 GHz (3.6 GHz) with i7-3720QM
1.4 GHz (2.7 GHz) 2.6 GHz (3.1 GHz)
3.0 GHz (3.5 GHz) with i7-4578U
2.8 GHz (3.3 GHz)
3.0 GHz (3.5 GHz) with i7-4578U
2 2 (4) 4 (8) 2 (4) 4 (8) 2 (4)
Cache3 MB on-chip L2 3 MB on-chip shared L3 3 MB on-chip shared L3
4 MB on-chip shared L3 with i7-2620M
6 MB on-chip shared L3 3 MB L3 6 MB L3 3 MB L3 3 MB L3
4 MB L3 with i7-4578U
Front-side bus1066 MHz DMI
two RAM slots
2 GB (2 × 1 GB)
Expandable to 8 GB (2 × 4 GB)
4 GB (2 × 2 GB)
Expandable to 8 GB (2 × 4 GB)
2 GB (2 × 1 GB)
Optional 4 (2 × 2 GB) or 8 GB (2 × 4 GB)
4 GB (2 × 2 GB)
Optional 8 GB (2 × 4 GB)
4 GB (2 × 2 GB)
Optional 8 GB (2 × 4 GB) or 16 GB (2 × 8 GB)[75]
4 GB soldered on board[76]
Optional 8 GB or 16 GB available at time of purchase only
8 GB soldered on board[76]
Optional 16 GB available at time of purchase only
1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM1333 MHz DDR3 SDRAM1600 MHz DDR3 SDRAM[77]1600 MHz LPDDR3 SDRAM[77]
shared with main memory
Nvidia GeForce320M using 256 MB of DDR3 SDRAM Intel HD Graphics3000 processor with 288 MB of DDR3 SDRAM AMD Radeon HD6630M graphics processor with dedicated 256 MB of GDDR5 memory Intel HD Graphics 3000 processor with 384 MB of DDR3 SDRAM Intel HD Graphics4000Intel HD Graphics 5000 processor Intel Iris Graphics 5100
Hard drive320 GB 5400 rpm HDD
Optional 500 GB 5400 rpm HDD
2 × 500 GB 5400 rpm HDD 500 GB 5400 rpm HDD
Optional 750 GB 5400 rpm HDD
500 GB 5400 rpm HDD
Optional 750 GB 5400 rpm HDD, 256 GB SSD, or 1 × 256 GB SSD + 1 × 750 GB 5400 rpm HDD
2 × 500 GB 5400 rpm HDD
Optional 2 × 750 GB 5400 rpm HDD, 1 or 2 × 256 GB SSD(s), or 1 × 256 GB SSD + 1 × 750 GB 5400 rpm HDD
500 GB 5400 rpm HDD[78]1 TB 5400 rpm HDD
Optional 1 TB Fusion Drive or 256 GB SSD[79]
2 × 1 TB 5400 rpm HDD
Optional 1 or 2 × 256 GB SSD(s)[80]
500 GB 5400 rpm HDD
Optional 1 TB Fusion Drive
1 TB 5400 rpm HDD
Optional 1 TB Fusion Drive or 256 GB SSD
1 TB Fusion Drive
Optional 2 TB Fusion Drive or 256 GB, 512 GB or 1 TB SSD
SATA II (3 Gbit/s) SATA III (6 Gbit/s)
Optical driveSuperDrive (writes: 6× DVD±R-DL, 8× DVD±R, 6× DVD-RW, 8× DVD+RW; reads: 8× DVD±R, 24× CD, 24× CD-R and CD-RW None included
(Optional External SuperDrive)
10/100/1000 Base-T Gigabit Ethernet
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR Bluetooth 4.0
Built-in Wi-Fi 4 (802.11a/b/g/n) 2×2 chipset, up to 300 Mbit/s Built-in Wi-Fi 4 (802.11a/b/g/n) 3×3 chipset, up to 450 Mbit/s Built-in Wi-Fi 5 (802.11a/b/g/n/ac) 3×3 chipset, up to 1.3 Gbit/s
IR receiver
Peripheral connections
4x USB 2.0 ports 4x USB 3.0 ports
Mini DisplayPort
Supports one 2560×1600 display
Thunderbolt port
Supports two 2560×1600 displays
2x Thunderbolt 2 ports
Supports two 2560×1600 displays
FireWire 800 port None
SDXC card slot
HDMI port
Supports 1920x1200 output
HDMI port
Supports 3840×2160/30 Hz or 4096×2160/24 Hz output
3.5 mm Line out/headphone jack, 3.5 mm line-in jack
Latest release operating systemmacOS 10.13 High SierramacOS 10.15 CatalinamacOS 11 Big Sur
at idle
13 dBA (2.4 GHz)
15 dbA (2.66 GHz)
15 dBA 16 dBA 17 dBA 12 dBA[81]15 dBA[81]16 dBA 12 dBA[82]
(Non-Server Model)[83]
Mode100 V115 V230 V
Off0.23 W0.24 W0.26 W
Sleep1.39 W1.45 W1.42 W
Idle9.13 W9.14 W9.44 W
(Server Model)[84]
Mode100 V115 V230 V
Off0.19 W0.26 W0.31 W
Sleep1.18 W1.18 W1.28 W
Idle9.78 W9.78 W9.97 W
(Non-Server Models)[85]
Mode100 V115 V230 V
Off0.21 W0.21 W0.23 W
Sleep1.16 W1.14 W1.16 W
Idle12.97 W12.97 W12.85 W
(Server Model)[86]
Mode100 V115 V230 V
Off0.20 W0.21 W0.25 W
Sleep1.02 W1.02 W1.11 W
Idle11.98 W12.02 W12.36 W
(Non-Server Models)[87]
Mode100 V115 V230 V
Off0.26 W0.26 W0.32 W
Sleep1.25 W1.24 W1.25 W
Idle10.4 W10.3 W10.2 W
(Server Model)[88]
Mode100 V115 V230 V
Off0.24 W0.24 W0.25 W
Sleep1.62 W1.60 W1.61 W
Idle10.9 W10.08 W10.8 W
(All Models)[89]
Mode100 V115 V230 V
Off0.29 W0.29 W0.31 W
Sleep0.75 W0.71 W0.73 W
Idle5.9 W5.8 W5.5 W
Greenhouse gas emissions270 kg (600 lb) CO2e[83]710 kg (1,570 lb) CO2e[84]280 kg (620 lb) CO2e[85]1,130 kg (2,490 lb) CO2e[86]290 kg (640 lb) CO2e[87]1,020 kg (2,250 lb) CO2e[88]530 kg (1,170 lb) CO2e[89]
Weight3.0 lb (1.4 kg) 2.8 lb (1.3 kg) 2.7 lb (1.2 kg) 3.0 lb (1.4 kg) 2.7 lb (1.2 kg) 2.9 lb (1.3 kg) 2.6 lb (1.2 kg) 2.7 lb (1.2 kg)
Dimensions1.4 inches (36 mm) H × 7.7 inches (196 mm) W × 7.7 inches (196 mm) D

4th generation (USB-C)[edit]

Back panel of a 2018 Mac mini. From left to right, first row: power button, AC power supply plug, Gigabit Ethernet, 4 Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C 3.1 Gen 2), HDMI 2.0, 2 USB 3.0 Type-A. Second row: ventilation holes, audio out

On October 30, 2018, Apple announced a fourth generation Mac mini with Intel Coffee Lake processors, the T2 series chip used to manage the security of the device, Bluetooth 5, four USB-C 3.1 gen 2 ports that support Thunderbolt 3, two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, and HDMI 2.0. PCIe-based flash storage is standard with no option of a hard disk drive. The storage was changed to a baseline 128 GB, with a maximum of 2 TB. The RAM was increased to a baseline of 8 GB, and a maximum of 64 GB of SO-DIMM DDR4. The chassis is mostly a carryover from the previous generation, measuring the same dimensions, though is only available in a darker "space gray" finish.[90][91] This generation removes the SD card reader, SATA drive bay, IR receiver, optical S/PDIF (TOSLINK) audio out, and audio in. macOS Catalina added support for Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision, and HDR10.[92] In March 2020 Apple doubled the default storage in both base models.[93]

On June 22, 2020, Apple released the A12Z-based Developer Transition Kit in a Mac mini enclosure for developers, which is the first Mac to use an ARM processor.[94] Available in a single configuration, this version comes with 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage. Thunderbolt 3 support is removed as well, replaced with two USB-C ports.

Hardware replaceability[edit]

Memory can again be replaced, unlike the 2014 models which had it soldered directly to the logic board, though it is not officially user-replaceable per Apple, and requires service by an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider.[95][96] The processor and flash storage are soldered to the logic board and cannot be replaced.[97]


Component Intel Core i3, i5, i7
Model 2018[98]
Release DateNovember 7, 2018
Order NumberMRTR2*/A MRTT2*/A
Machine ModelMacmini8,1
Base Price At Launch$799 $1099
Model NumberA1993
ProcessorIntel Core i3-8100B quad-core CPU
Optional Intel Core i7-8700B six-core CPU at time of purchase only
Intel Core i5-8500B six-core CPU
Optional Intel Core i7-8700B six-core CPU at time of purchase only
Frequency (Boost)3.6 GHz (Core i3) or 3.2 GHz (Core i7, boost to 4.6 GHz) 3.0 GHz (Core i5, boost to 4.1 GHz) or 3.2 GHz (Core i7, boost to 4.6 GHz)
Cores/Threads4/4 (Core i3), 6/12 (Core i7) 6/6 (Core i5), 6/12 (Core i7)
Cache6 MB (Core i3), 12 MB (Core i7) 9 MB (Core i5), 12 MB (Core i7)
8 GB (Optional upgrade at time of purchase: 16 GB/32 GB/64 GB)
GraphicsIntel UHD Graphics 630
Video SupportSupport for the following combination of maximum concurrent display setups:

2 displays with 4096x2304 resolution at 60 Hz via Thunderbolt 3, plus 1 display with 4096x2160 resolution at 60 Hz via HDMI 2.0


1 display with 5120x2880 resolution at 60 Hz via Thunderbolt 3, plus 1 display with 4096x2160 resolution at 60 Hz via HDMI 2.0

Thunderbolt 3 digital video output supports

HDMI 2.0 display video output

  • Support for up to 1 display with 4096x2160 resolution at 60 Hz
  • DVI output using HDMI to DVI adapter (sold separately)
Solid-state drive
128 GB (before March 2020)
256 GB

Optional 512 GB, 1 TB, or 2 TB available at time of purchase only. Before March 2020, 256 GB was optional.

256 GB (before March 2020)
512 GB

Optional 1 TB or 2 TB available at time of purchase only. Before March 2020, 512 GB was optional.

NVMe/PCIe 3.0 ×4 8.0 GT/s (31.5 Gbit/s)
Security ChipApple T2
Built-in Wi-Fi 5 (802.11a/b/g/n/ac) 3×3 chipset, up to 1.3 Gbit/s
Bluetooth 5.0
Gigabit Ethernet (upgradeable to 10 Gigabit Ethernet at time of purchase)
Peripheral Connections
4× Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C 3.1 Gen 2)
2× USB 3.0 Type-A
HDMI 2.0
3.5 mm headphone jack
Noise (at idle)4 dBA
Power150 W (max continuous) [100]
(All Models)[101]
Mode100 V115 V230 V
Off0.34 W0.31 W0.34 W
Sleep1.01 W1.19 W1.16 W
Idle10.6 W10.6 W11.5 W
Greenhouse Gas Emissions226 kg CO2e[102]255 kg CO2e[102]
Weight1.3 kg (2.9 pounds)
Dimensions3.6 cm (H) × 19.7 cm (W) × 19.7 cm (D)

Supported macOS releases[edit]

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