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Apple Special Event Today..

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troist    4

engadget is back for me

edit: its gone again...

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Sane404    0

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engadget is back up.

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+primortal    11,434

engadget is back up

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myst    0

Steve Jobs on stage

Fun things to introduce today, "medium scale things."

Update on Intel transition. Discussing Apps.

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Liquid    4

all is well! Apple iDDOS failed them! HAHAHAHHHAHA :(

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AppleDave    1

OMGWTFBBQ! Engadget is back up!!

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Sane404    0

Goin' fairly slow though.

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macro    0

I don't know if this is normal or its always been like this but has anyone noticed that if you hover over the "Store" button on Apple's site it has specific link for each pixel? Like in the status bar it shows what pixel you are on when you mouse over it... is that normal?

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mad_onion    13

yeah, mac mini

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AppleDave    1

Its started:

Engadget: 10:07am PT - Good morning, thank you for joining us this morning. We've got some fun things and some medium scale things. All of us want all of them, we hope our customers do too. Let's start with the Mac, biggest thing these days, transition to Intel. We're ahead of schedule, we're converting entire product line to intel over this calendar year

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Liquid    4

New Mac mini

Based on Intel

Single and dual-processor chip versions

2.5x - 3.2x faster

Same exact form factory

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saxondale.    15

iLounge: New Mac mini

Based on Intel, single-processor and dual-processor chip versions.

2.5x - 3.2x faster

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AppleDave    1

Woot!! New Mac Minis

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jackwanders    0

yeah, but is there Front Row & remote?

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mrogers    0

Jobs just announced (less than 2 minutes ago) a new Intel-powered Mac mini, with both single and dual core versions available. Exact same form factor. Cool! It has Front Row.

Discuss.

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Billthy    3

New Mac mini

Based on Intel

Single and dual-processor chip versions

2.5x - 3.2x faster

Same exact form factor

Front Row software

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meamog    0

hooray for a new mini!

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thetechroom    0

same shape :(

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AppleDave    1

Called it!! New minis

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dekaranger    0

Even I'm considering getting the mac mini now that it has a intel processor. And I don't even really like Apple.

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jackwanders    0

All right! I think I'll be getting one of those mac minis :D

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docvenom04    0

Nice. Same price?

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AppleDave    1

Keep it coming Steve, we want more!!

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saxondale.    15

I would love to have one downstairs on my HDTV, with front row!

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RadishTM    312

Awesome! :D

Radish?

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