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 finally got around to releasing its own version of the Bose SoundDock and JBL's On Stage speakers. Perhaps not surprisingly, Apple's product arguably looks cooler--and is more expensive.
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.