Tuesday, at its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters, Apple showed off its new Intel-powered Mac Mini and iPod Hi-Fi in a variety of staged rooms, including a dorm room, kitchen and den.
The iPod Hi-Fi comes with an iPod dock built-in, as well as an auxiliary port to connect an iPod Shuffle or other device.
A room staged to show off Apple's new products, unveiled on Tuesday.
Apple also finally got around to releasing leather cases for the iPod--for the Nano, left, and the video iPod.
As you can see, the look of the Mac Mini hasn't changed, but now there's an Intel chip inside.