The Mac Mini was the Mac mini in 2012.
It was one of the few mid-range devices at launch that could be considered a MacBook Pro competitor, but even today it’s a pretty good laptop for $250, and it’s got an attractive laptop wallpaper.
But with the new MacBook Pro, Apple has done away with the MacBook Mini, and replaced it with the more expensive, and more versatile, i7 model, which makes the MacBook Pro even more appealing.
The new MacBook Pros have an extra inch of height to their frames, as well as a slightly wider, thinner keyboard.
And while the new i7 models are slightly more expensive than the old MacBook Pros, they’re also significantly more powerful, with a quad-core Intel Core i7-5500U CPU and 8GB of RAM, which can double as a GPU for video editing and gaming.
The Mac Pro’s price hasn’t changed much over the past few years, and you can pick up a 15-inch MacBook Pro for $1,299.
That’s still a pretty big deal, but it’s worth it if you want a MacBook with a big screen and a high-end processor.
The best Macs, however, are those that offer a more comfortable typing experience, while staying reasonably priced.
These are the top five best Mac Pros for the 2018 Mac OS X Lion launch.