Ever fancied a black Mac Mini? Well, the Evesham Mini PC isn't quite a Mac mini, nor is it exactly black, but on both points it comes close. Evesham's box is based on the tiny MP945-VXR chassis from AOpen, which has been out to out-Mini the Mac Mini for a couple of years now. The Mini PC measures 17 x 17cm and stands 6.1cm tall …
Whats the point of comparing a PC and Mac in this way? people have made the platform & decision way before before choosing their new hardware. It like saying why eat an apple when tomatoes are so much cheaper. doh...
you can run windows on a mac very easily so its a perfectly reasonable comparison. plenty of people use a mac mini as a windows mce box.
My thoughts exactly. My company runs on a Mac Mini file server - it's small and silent (the Mac Mini, that is). We're just about to get another one to run SourceForge. I think the Mac Mini is a better PC than a PC.
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