An inch and a half tall.
And nothing short of amazing.
Sleek aluminum design. A built-in power supply. Mac mini makes the most of every square inch.
Forged ahead. Way ahead.
Mac mini features a 1.4-inch-thin seamless unibody enclosure carved from a single, solid block of aluminum. It’s created using computer numerical control, or CNC, machines — the same kind used by the aerospace industry to build mission-critical spacecraft components. This ensures absolute precision of every component of the Mac mini enclosure. Not to mention a stunning aluminum fit and finish that will make any desk proud.
No detail is too mini.
The power supply is built right into Mac mini. So there’s no bulky brick, and there are fewer cables to connect. Mac mini is clean and well organized on the inside, too. With attention paid to the tiniest details. Like the air intake vent. It’s practically invisible. Mac mini is full of big ideas.
Many ports. Major possibilities.
Still the world’s most energy-eﬃcient desktop computer.*
What Mac mini doesn’t do could be its biggest feat. It doesn’t waste energy. Even though the new Mac mini can deliver a huge performance boost compared with the previous generation, it still uses less than 6 watts of power when idle. Small wonder, then, that it doesn’t just meet ENERGY STAR requirements, it exceeds them — seven times over.
Mac mini is made from highly recyclable aluminum, and with a built-in power supply, there’s no plastic housing. It’s also free of many harmful toxins commonly present in the desktop computer manufacturing process. Mac mini contains no lead, brominated flame retardants (BFRs), or polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Even its package is designed to be mini, so it’s as efficient as possible to ship.
Advanced power management.
Mac mini uses energy-efficient hardware components that work hand in hand with the operating system to conserve power. macOS never misses a power-saving opportunity, no matter how small. It spins down hard drives and activates sleep mode after a period of inactivity. It even regulates the processor between keystrokes, reducing power between the letters you type.