Sunday, August 07, 2005

Mini Pal for Mac Mini

If you are looking for a new computer for your kids or are thinking about retiring your old PC and just need a work horse computer to surf the web, check your email and other home and small office duties, this is a neat choice. I have used one in my classroom right beside my G5 and was impressed with its over all performance. I like the mini Pal because it adds ports and needed storage. This would be a great addition if you are a budding photographer or have one in your family. Make sure you save up for the Photoshop software. There are cheaper alternatives for editing photos. Many users have raved about Photoshop Elements. It has lots of features and is easy to use. Oh, you might be able to do most of the photo edits you need with iPhoto. By the way, it comes with the Mac Mini.
AcomData introduces the mini Pal for Mac mini. With available storage up to 320GB, 4 USB 2.0 ports and 3 FireWire ports, the mini Pal extends the capabilities of your Mac mini. Mini Pal is the same size, has the same shape, and features the same case materials and finish as the Mac mini.

Tax-free day (Sunday-today, is the last day in NC, SC and online). This AcomData might not be tax-free unless you can buy it at the Apple Retail Store. I have no idea if the stores have these cool external drives. No, this is not a commercial, and no I do not get any money from these companies. I just had to think out loud about this combo.

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