I think cooling will be fine. The pictures I've seen online show a heatsink and a fan, both probably larger than what's in a laptop. <br><br>Also, keep in mind the Mac mini is really just an iBook, complete with an either 4200 or 5400 RPM drive. It should be fine. <br><br>To Snag's point, I think people need to be realistic about the performance of the Mini.<br><br>
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I think it's a neat solution and it does not have anything new to make it fail its initial release.. Some friends are chipping in and getting one to use as a download server and it will be running all the time.. I'll let you all know if it fails.<br><br>[color:blue].........................................<br>Loading, please wait...</font color=blue>
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