eWeek published an article discussing what the Mac mini is, and what it is not. They believe that the Mac mini isn't a cut-down version of the Macintosh and that it also isn't just a competitor for entry-level PCs.
What they believe is that this little thing will sort of sneak into a domain in which Microsoft also wants to become the dominant: our living rooms.
Instead of walking on crowded markets Apple tries to find a niche and grow it - a perfect example of this is their very successful iPod.
Full article can be read at eWeek
The Mac Mini is a trojan horse - it will sneak into our living rooms - sort of
Posted on Friday, January 14 2005 @ 0:31 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck