Mac mini is the tiny-but-powerful computer which has always offered a way to make future upgrades possible, with an easy-to-access case, with easily upgradable parts that aren’t permanently soldered into the system. Mac mini does everyday tasks a breeze with its fourth-generation Intel Core processors and wireless performance up to three times quicker and faster than its predecessor.
Mac mini is as similar in concept to a laptop and has an access panel so that you can get to the upgradable parts, but it isn’t as flexible as a full PC desktop. The only two parts that you can easily upgrade are the RAM and the hard drive.
Choosing A Hard Drive
When shopping for a hard drive for your Mac mini keep in mind that to fit correctly, the hard drive needs to be 2.5 inches in length and 9.5mm in thickness. You’re free to choose whichever hard drive you want. Make sure that you’ll be able to clone the hard drive’s contents over to your new hard drive.