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Mac mini 2014 Models

Mac mini 1.4GHz

  • 1.4GHz Dual-core Intel Core i5
  • 4GB memory
  • 500GB hard drive
  • Intel HD Graphics 5000

$525.45 $459.00


Mac mini 2.6GHz

  • 2.6GHz Dual-core Intel Core i5
  • 8GB memory
  • 1TB hard drive
  • Intel Iris Graphics

$736.05 $669.00


Mac mini 2.8GHz

  • 2.8GHz Dual-core Intel Core i5
  • 8GB memory
  • 1TB Fusion Drive
  • Intel Iris Graphics

$1,051.95 $899.00


Compare The Latest Mac mini Models

There are three base configuration options for the Mac mini. The first two base models have a few significant differences.

Mac mini 1.4GHz Dual-core vs. Mac mini 2.6GHz Dual-core
1) 1.4GHz Dual-core Intel Core i5 vs. 2.6GHz Dual-core Intel Core i5
2) 500GB vs. 1TB
3) 4GB vs. 8GB
4) Intel HD Graphics 5000 vs. Intel Iris Graphics
5) $499 MSRP vs. $699 MSRP

With only a $200 price differential between these models, the higher-end option is a great deal for a faster processor, additional hard drive space, twice as much RAM, and a better graphics card.

The mid-range and high-end model only have a couple differences.

Mac mini 2.6GHz Dual-core vs. Mac mini 2.8GHz Dual-core
1) 2.6GHz Dual-core Intel Core i5 vs. 2.8GHz Dual-core Intel Core i5
2) 1TB hard drive vs. 1TB Fusion Drive
3) $699 MSRP vs. $999 MSRP

For an additional $300, a slightly faster processor and the upgrade from a standard hard drive to a Fusion Drive doesn't seem like enough to justify the upgrade.

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