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New Mac mini to Support Dual Display

New Mac mini to Support Dual Display

Posted January 2, 2009 at 11:05am by iClarified
Apple is expected to revamp the Mac mini with support for multiple video outputs, according to AppleInsider.

Their sources say the small form factor desktop will have both the Mini DisplayPort connector first introduced on unibody MacBooks but also a Mini DVI connector.

The reason for the addition is unclear, though it would potentially give the budget Mac dual display support that it has lacked since it was introduced as a PowerPC G4 model in 2005. All other current Macs either already include a built-in display and only need one video output or else use full-size video cards, such as the discontinued Power Mac G5 or today's Mac Pro.

AppleInsider also notes that Apple itself has unintentionally confirmed the new Mac mini using the GeForce 9400M chipset through software leaks.

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