The SG41J1 is part of Shuttle's entry-level J series of barebones systems so you’ll be building this PC yourself. Provided you can live with fairly basic integrated graphics you’ll need to supply an LGA775 Intel Core 2 processor, DDR 2 memory, a hard drive and an operating system, plus mouse, keyboard, speakers and a display. …
Peak Cape price error
The start and end say "300 win7 premium, 200 os-free" suggesting a 100 quid MicroS**t tax, but the running article says 240 for os-free... which is it.
<offtopic>looking at these high prices and doubtful designs, and remembering isupply's "Apple makes 55% profit off mac mini [ignoring all costs except parts and labour]" paper and all MacHater's comments, you cannot honestly ignore how fair the mac mini's pricepoint always was. </offtopic>
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