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Sell your Mac Mini

You can sell your Mac Mini today for up to $360
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The Process

1. Get a Quote

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2. Ship your item

Package your item securely, or wait for your box to arrive

3. Get paid

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We assess your items on arrival and aim to make payment after 48hrs. You have the choice of payment via a bank transfer or by using PayPal.
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Our goal, first and foremost, is customer satisfaction. Should you not be 100% happy with our service, we will return your item free-of-charge via next day courier.
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How to sell a Mac Mini

Selling your Mac Mini using our service is as easy as 1-2-3: 

  • To see the price for your Mac Mini you need to complete a Quote
  • You specify the time and we collect your device straight from your preferred location or take to a drop off point up to you
  • The payment for your device is made to you via bank transfer or PayPal

Top selling Mac Minis

We trade-in different Mac Minis on a daily basis. Below is a list of the most popular ones (with their trade-in prices).

Mac Mini Original (2006-2009)
2.53GHz Intel Core 2 Duo/1GB/160GB/GRADE A
Trade-in price: $ 95.50

Mac Mini Original (2006-2009)
2.26Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo/2GB/320GB/GRADE A
Trade-in price: $ 95.50

Mac Mini Unibody (2010-Present)
2.3GHz Intel Quad Core i5/3=4GB/SSD 256GB/ PCI-e/GRADE A
Trade-in price: $ 230.00

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A History of Mac Mini

The Mac mini is a desktop computer produced by Apple that first came out in 2005. There have been many revisions over the years that have increased the ability of the Mac mini, but it is basically a desktop computer for budget minded people. It comes with no monitor, which allows the user to purchase any monitor that they wish to use with it.

For the 1st generation Mac mini, released in 2005, the computer was just two inches tall by 6.5 inches wide and deep. Apple’s goal was that PC owners looking to replace their computers could get the Mac mini while using their old PC monitors, which would make the cost less for the consumer.

• In production from 2005 to 2006
• Resolution: 24 bit
• RAM: 256 MB expandable up to 1 GB
• Hard drive options: from 40 or 80 GB

In 2006, Apple released the updated Mac mini. This one came with twice the RAM as the first one. It was still small and light, weighing less than three pounds.

• In production during 2006
• Resolution: 24 bit
• Memory options start at 512, expandable up to 2 GB
• Hard drive options: either 60 or 80 GB

In the middle of 2007, the next design Mac mini came out with Intel Core 2 Duo processors. This model was discontinued in 2009.

• In production from the middle of 2007 to 2009
• Max Resolution: 24 bit
• Memory options start at 1 GB, expandable to 4 GB
• Hard drive: 80 or 120 GB

The year 2009 brought about a change. The Mac mini received its long overdue refresh. The processor speed stayed the same, but there was a better graphics chipset and a Mini Display Port. This was the first Mac Mini to support dual monitors.

• Production started in 2009
• Max Resolution: 24 bit
• Memory options start at 1 GB and maxed out at 4 GB
• Storage options: 120 or 320 GB

In 2010, the Mac mini’s design changed slightly becoming wider and shorter than previous Mac minis. Processor speed increased somewhat, but the good news was that the graphics chipset was just about twice as fast. The mini-DVI port got replaced by an HDMI port and the capacity of the hard drive was improved.

• Production started in 2010 and ended in 2011
• Max Resolution: 1920 x 1200 via HDMI
• Maximum RAM 8 GB
• Storage: 320 GB

The 2011 Mac mini came without an optical drive. It did, however, include a Thunderbolt high-speed interconnect port. There were two configurations of the 2011’s Mac mini with built to order options including up to 8 GB of RAM.

• Production started in 2011
• Max Resolution: 1920x 1200 via HDMI, 2560x 1600 via Thunderbolt
• Memory: 8 GB
• Storage options: 2.5” 500 GB

In October of 2012, the Mac mini Core i5 and i7 came out. These weighed in at 2.7 or 2.9 pounds. The graphics were the Intel HD Graphics 4000. This iteration replaced 4 USB 2.0 ports with 4 USB 3.0 ports.

• Production started in 2012
• Memory options start at 4 GB and maxed out at 16 GB
• Storage: 500 GB or 1 TB
• Dimensions: 1.4 inches tall by 7.7 wide and 7.7 inches deep

The latest Mac mini came out in 2014. It is a Dual-core Intel Core i5. This Mac mini replaced 1 Thunderbolt port and 1 Firewire 800 port with 2 Thunderbolt 2 ports. It weighs 2.6 pounds.

• Production began in 2014
• Memory options: optional 8 GB or 16 GB
• Storage options: 500 GB or 1 TB
• Dimensions: 1.4 inches tall by 7.7 wide and 7.7 inches deep

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