Potentially £3,859 GBP for 2 TB of storage and a lifespan of what might be 13 months. Samsung’s 960 Pro’s have a 5 year warranty. An entire logic board replacement for a failed drive is just bonkers and it will be mightily expensive out of the 1 year limited warranty. 128GB internal storage may be far cheaper but SSD’s tend to get dramatically faster the bigger they get.
I wasn't a fan of the 2014 model, which is what I have on my desk, but it is almost adequate. I mourned the death of my 2012 and it’s Quad CPU, as someone who does a fair bit of Virtualisation it made a good wee desktop lab. I yearn for 10GB Ethernet and more RAM. A Hyper-converged stack of Mini’s would make me quite giddy but that’s probably quite niche.
But it’s expensiveness kills its allure, that’s not what the mini is supposed to be. It was entryism to the Mac, it was for experimenting with and doing other things. I prefer a 21:9 monitor and an iMac is a difficult thing to squash. Unlike the T-800, T2 is designed to kill itself.
Quando lo avranno fatto, sarai in grado di visualizzare un grafico della reputazione guadagnata nel tempo da loro.
Ecco un'anteprima di come il grafico apparirà:
Ancora nessuna reputazione acquisita.