Among the letdowns for Apple faithful at this month’s Macworld show was the lack of a new Mac Mini model — despite weeks of rumors, gossip and even images floating around the Web of what many Mac fans believed to be a case for a new Mini.
That setback hasn’t stopped the rumor mill from starting up once again. And now, it’s churning out more detail. Tom’s Hardware, the popular hobbyist Web site, cited an nVidia partner in a report that says Apple was the first PC manufacturer to receive samples of nVidia’s Ion graphics processor, ostensibly for use in an Intel Atom-powered Mac Mini. … Go to source