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Topic # 112587 13-Dec-2012 11:22
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The most stylish looking, powerful and affordable Mac Mini. The 2012 Mac Mini specs are as follows: 

2.5GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 
4GB memory 
500GB hard drive 
Intel HD Graphics 4000 

HDMI 
Gb Ethernet 
Thunderbolt 
4 x USB 3.0 
SDXC port 

Not had the device long, thus hardly used. 
Real top bit of kit and very close to brand new condition. 
I still have all the boxes & manual. 

Comes with the superb Apple Magic TrackPad and ultra stylish wireless Apple Keyboard.

Since winning a HP laptop in the HP storage giveaway I really don't have any use for this anymore. Bought it on a bit of a wim as well. 
Still under warranty. I bought it around 3 weeks / 1 month ago.

Based Auckland CBD.
Ready now.
Price: $990 or close offer. 






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  Reply # 735277 20-Dec-2012 08:34
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Reduced $850 :-)




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  Reply # 735887 21-Dec-2012 09:40
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As with my other posts, PM me to discuss a price.
This is a top bit of kit that someone could get some use out of rather than it sat on my desk doing nothing!

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  Reply # 736748 24-Dec-2012 01:06
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PMed :)




 




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  Reply # 736761 24-Dec-2012 08:02
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Sold




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  Reply # 738769 31-Dec-2012 08:14
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