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Old 10-30-2018, 02:10 PM
ramonetl ramonetl is offline
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Default New Mac Mini released

Hey folks, so i saw the new mac mini released with a 6 core cpu and up to 2TB SSD and 64GB ram. Couple this with four TB3 ports, one hdmi and two USB3 ports, could this be considered a Mac Pro killer? My mac pro is great and i have zero issues with it but i think if i ever sell it I may get the mini for the footprint especially now that apollo has released the TB3 units. Thoughts?
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