Apple Mac Mini Server (Mid 2010) MC438

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 55 recensioni su Apple Mac Mini Server (Mid 2010) MC438. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 4.1/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.1/5 per altri Computer desktop. Gli utenti sono impressionati da design. Il design ha ottenuto inoltre buoni commenti ma si riscontrano valutazioni differenti riguardo il prezzo.

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Abbiamo analizzato differenti valutazioni di esperti ed utenti, età del prodotto ed altri elementi. A confronto con altri Computer desktop, Apple Mac Mini Server (Mid 2010) MC438 ha ottenuto un alaScore™ complessivo di 88/100 = qualità Molto buono.

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Recensione esperto da : Richard Dyce (techradar.com)

Apple Mac mini server 2.66GHz review

 

Apple's bijou desktop, packed with everything a small business needs from a server

Easy to deploy and manage ; Quiet and energy efficient ; Unlimited client licence

No DVD reader

09/2010

Recensione esperto da : Liam Proven (reghardware.co.uk)

Apple Mac Mini with Snow Leopard Server

 

Review With Apple's Xserve now discontinued [1], the only two Mac servers available are the Mini and the Mac Pro Server. The Mac Mini is Apple's lowest-cost computer yet in its more expensive server incarnation it dispenses with the optical drive of...

The size-zero supermodel of the server world – but with hidden strength and stamina.

11/2010

Recensione esperto da : Steve Cassidy (crn.com.au)

Apple Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server (2nd gen)

 

The new-form-factor Mac Mini gets its server version, is it better than building a PC server of your own?

It's undeniably expensive, but in return you get a beautifully compact package and a fine operating system

10/2010

Recensione esperto da : Steve Cassidy (pcauthority.com.au)

Apple Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server (2nd gen)

 

The new-form-factor Mac Mini gets its server version, is it better than building a PC server of your own?

10/2010

Recensione esperto da : Alan Stevens (theinquirer.net)

Apple Mac Mini Server

 

A small business server for Macheads

Small, efficient and quiet, unlimited user licence, user upgradeable RAM, cross-platform file sharing, bundled email, address book, calendaring and web servers, wiki and blogging tools

Limited expansion options, no eSATA interface for external storage, old-fashioned webmail client

that springs to mind when it comes to network servers might not be Apple's Mac Mini. However, a server implementation of the popular Mac desktop is available, and it's not just for Apple aficionados.

09/2010

Recensione esperto da (itreviews.co.uk)

Apple - Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server

 

As all Dr Who fans know, the Tardis time machine is a lot bigger on the inside than out. A seemingly impossible feat that Apple appears to have replicated with its tiny Mac mini which can ...

By cramming in extra hardware and tweaking the OS, Apple has managed the seemingly impossible, turning its tiny Mac mini into a respectable small business server, complete with file and print sharing, email, web, wiki and blogging tools. It works best...

08/2010

Recensione esperto da : John C. Welch (macworld.com)

Review: Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server (Mid 2010)

 

For a small utility server or as the only server for a SOHO business, the Mac mini With Snow Leopard Server is hard to beat.

One handy feature of the Mac mini server: since it supports large-capacity SD cards, you can install an OS on one and boot from it. Apple was clear that you don’t want to use an SD card as the normal boot device on these servers—they’re not designed...

08/2010

Recensione esperto da : John C. Welch (macworld.co.uk)

Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server (Mid 2010) review

 

The Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server lets you add an unlimited number of Mac and PC users without per-user licensing fees.

Small, quiet, and doesn’t use a lot of power; CPU and RAM are enough to handle a solid load; can boot from SD card; can use the MacBook Air’s Optical Drive and USB Ethernet Adaptor

Only one power supply; only one ethernet port; no optical drive; replacing drives somewhat tedious

The Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server is an outstanding small utility server for the lower end of the SMB market, able to handle a couple hundred users for almost any single service, (Mail, Chat, Open Directory, etc.) with aplomb. It's also a good "do...

08/2010

Recensione esperto da (v3.co.uk)

Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server review

 

A complete server product ideal for small businesses

Small, efficient and quiet; unlimited user licence; user upgradeable RAM; cross-platform file sharing; bundled email, address book, calendaring and web servers; wiki/blogging tools

Limited expansion options; no eSATA interface for external storage; old-fashioned webmail client

Likely to appeal most to Apple shops, the Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server is a complete server solution that meets most small business needs. It can also be used with Windows and, with no client access licences needed, beats Windows Small Business...

07/2010

Recensione esperto da : Jason Snell (macworld.com)

Review: Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server

 

The new $999 Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server is a fantastic product for workgroups, small businesses, and even schools to use.

Combination of hardware and software is attractively priced ; Enough processing power for small businesses, small workgroups in larger enterprises, and educational environments

Use of 2.5-inch hard drives hampers speed ; No optical drive ; Bottom Line ; This OS X Server-equipped version of the Mac mini isn't the ideal choice for most home users. But if you want to run a Mac OS X-based server and take advantage of Snow Leopard...

Ever since the Mac mini was first released, people have been using Apple's diminutive Mac desktop as a server. At 6.5 inches square and 2 inches high, it bears just the sort of compact computing power you want to stick in a closet or under a desk and...

11/2009