Apple Insider claims Apple may introduce a new 17" MacBook Pro with NVIDIA chipset and a fixed internal battery as early as Tuesday. The site's sources claim the new 17" MacBook Pro will have a unibody design, unfortunately for users this means the battery will not be easily removable.
Additionally, the Apple rumour site confirms the Mac mini will get updated as well this week. Just like Apple's new notebooks, the Mac mini will get the NVIDIA MCP79 platform and a couple of other changes:
Additionally, AppleInsider can also confirm that a similarly-timed makeover to the Mac mini will see the diminutive desktop adopt chipsets from NVIDIA's MCP79 platform, as was previously implied by discoveries within the resource files of a Mac OS X build train that shipped on the latest MacBooks and MacBook Pros.
In addition to sporting both a Mini DisplayPort and a Mini DVI connector, it's now also rumored that the new Mac mini will see the addition of a FireWire 800 port and a fifth USB port, with the legacy FireWire 400 port going away. The Mini DVI connector will allow the mini to continue to cater to users who already own a display, while the Mini DisplayPort will offer support for customers of Apple's latest LED-backlit Cinema Display.