A new Mac mini with a $100 discount is finally here and it’s worth taking a look at.

Mac Mini (2014)Review and review Apple’s new mini computer is a bit of a rarity these days.

There are only a few Apple products available to purchase at retail, and a lot of them are small and low-profile, like the $299 Mac Pro or the $199 MacBook Pro.

But the $100 price cut on the new Mac Mini is quite a bargain.

That’s because the new mini has a really sweet little keyboard and trackpad, with built-in 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.

You can also connect to other Apple devices via the new Mini’s HDMI port, a nice touch.

The Apple TV isn’t on the menu yet, but it’s coming soon.

I like the look of the Apple TV remote, which is nice and thin.

It’s not as small as the Mac Mini, but that’s a small price to pay for a really great remote.

The Mini itself is a fairly standard Mac mini, and it comes with a 3.7-inch display.

You get a 2.1GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage, plus 802.15AC Wi-fi and Bluetooth 5.0 for cellular connection.

The display is a 2560×1600 resolution, so the pixels aren’t as crisp as on a Mac Pro, but there are some nice details.

The display is bright and crisp, and the colors are vivid.

It feels really good in your hands.

It has no stand or trackpad so you can’t adjust it, but you can adjust the keyboard with your fingers.

The Mac Mini has four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0, one HDMI port (for connecting your Mac), and one DisplayPort.

There’s also a USB-C port, and you can use an adapter to plug in an external monitor.

The Mini has a USB 3G port, but the USB-3.0 port is only usable with Apple TV.

Apple says it has a 10-day money-back guarantee, so you’re guaranteed the Mac mini will work with the newest version of OS X. But if you’re unhappy with the Mini, you can always return it for a full refund.

You won’t have to buy a new one.

The $100 deal is valid from now through January 13.