2005 model Serial # YM535176TAC.

PowerPC G4, 1.5 GHz, 1 GB of PC3200 SDRAM, 80 GB HD.
MATSHITA DVD-R UJ-845.

AirPort Extreme wireless card, Bluetooth included.

85 watt power supply with its power cords. DVI output cable included.

The hard drive has just been reformatted with Mac OS X 10.4.2 (Tiger).
I have those original DVDs plus iLife '05.

Everything works fine and it got my daughter through high school, but
it's been unused since she upgraded to a Macbook a year ago.

You need to supply the keyboard, the mouse, and the monitor that accepts a DVI input (or a VGA adapter).

If you want it you can have the 2005 Princeton KVM switch that's
built to match the Mac Mini. It's almost an exact replica of the Mac
Mini case and it works fine too but it looks pretty strange alongside
any other computer.

If you're wondering why anyone would pay $200 for a six-year-old computer, they're still used as video servers and music processors for those who prefer the Mac OS.

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