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Apple Mac mini 2020 Version Computer comes with even more storage than before

Get even more storage with the new Apple Mac mini 2020 Version Computer. This redesign of a loved device now comes with even more space to keep your data. In fact, the Quad-Core option starts out with 256 GB of storage, and the Six-Core model begins at 512 GB of storage. You can then upgrade all the way to two terabytes of storage if you need it. Both options of the 2020 Mac mini use the eight-generation Intel Core processors to let you work on whatever you need to. Additionally, the new Mac mini offers Intel UHD Graphics 630 to handle industrial-level tasks. Add Turbo Boost up to 4.6 GHz, and don’t worry about any overheating issues. That’s thanks to its redesigned vents, fan, and all-flash storage.

Apple Mac mini 2020 Version Computer comes with even more storage than before
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Apple
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Graphics
Intel UHD 630
Processors
3.6 GHz Quad-Core 8th-Gen Intel Core i3, 3.0 GHz 6-Core 8th-Gen Intel Core i5
Memory
8GB 2666MHz DDR4
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