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Apple's brand-new flagship supercomputer is just that: super. While we average PC users may baulk at the cost and wonder why some of the base specifications are so…
£2,299 inc VAT
We expected to see faster performance from the Apple Mac mini (Mid 2010) now it's finally received the Intel Core-series Sandy Bridge upgrade. But we weren't prepared…
£699 inc VAT
Apple has given the case of its entry-level Mac the full unibody makeover, making the new Apple Mac mini (Mid 2010) the most significant update in the product's…
£649 inc VAT
Mac mini - the starter Apple Macintosh - is now more attractive than ever (REVISED 31 MARCH 2009)
£500 inc VAT
Billed as the world's most energy efficient desktop computer, the Apple Mac mini (Late 2009) has been gently revised with faster processors and more memory and storage
£649 inc VAT
Ultra-compact in size, ultra-low in power consumption, and crucially quiet to use, the Apple Mac mini makes a compelling media centre when matched with the right…
£896 inc VAT
The Mac mini with Lion Server is not a big enterprise server, it's targeted at the small office/home office (SOHO) market and small and medium businesses (SMB).
£849 inc VAT
The Apple Mac mini is more than just the cheapest Mac money can buy. It’s a compact but powerful desktop PC that can turn its talents to office and home computing, or…
£529 inc VAT
Apple has updated its iMac line, keeping the metal-framed design from last year but upgrading internals such as processors and hard drives.
£1,149 inc VAT
The Apple iMac is the all-in-one computer and screen that's spawned many imitators in the Windows world. We put the cheapest entry-level Apple iMac 21.5in (Mid 2010)…
£999 inc VAT
Running changes to the Apple iMac 27in (Mid-2011) bring it right up to date in its components, putting it a step ahead of the mainstream Windows competition in more…
£1,809 inc VAT
The Mac mini’s impeccable hardware makes it a very attractive choice as a media-centre PC. Read our Apple Mac mini (Late 2012) review to find out more.
£795 inc VAT
The Apple iMac 27in that arrived at the end of 2012 is arguably the finest all-in-one computer money can buy.
£2,179 inc VAT
Apple has updated its iMac with a new option for an ultra-high resolution display, four times that of earlier 27in models, and 16 times the original 720p HD format.…
£1,999 inc VAT
Here's our review of the final piece of the Mac Pro puzzle - an eight-core, 3.2GHz model. As you might expect, this machine, powered by a pair of 3.2GHz quad-core…
£2,758 inc VAT
The Apple Mac Pro 12-core is an incredibly powerful desktop PC, but with massive power comes a massive price tag - UPDATED 29 NOV 2010
£6,759 inc VAT
It was a welcome surprise when Apple quietly updated the Mac mini to include Intel Core 2 Duo processors.
£399 inc VAT
Yes, we are diehard PC fans, and yes, we like Apple's products. (We're PC enthusiasts, not idiots.) But with Macs oh so expensive, we think it informative to see how…
£275 inc VAT
Apple's Nehalam-based 8-Core 2.93GHz Mac Pro is a speedy, but expensive PC.
£4,819 inc VAT
Apple's new tower PC, the Apple Mac Pro, has just received a major overhaul.
£2,500 inc VAT