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I've always wanted to order a Sealy Posturepedic bed, have a big party on it, and then send it back after the "no-risk 30-day trial." Well, a Mac Mini isn't a Posturepedic bed but it does come with a 30-day trail. What does this means? Strangely enough, I suspect Mac Minis aren't horribly popular and a boost like this will move some end-of-the-year stock and maybe switch a few more PCs users over to the Dark Side. If you asked me, I'd say go for it because the Mini is the best little computer this side of the Mac Cube, and that's saying a lot.

My Mini is at TekServe in New York, BTW, being overhauled. They better fix it quick or I'm going to have to go back into Windows full time. I can feel the pull of the Start Menu already. [Thanks, Jerrod]

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