Last week, Apple announced new M2 and M2 Pro Mac minis that offer a sizable performance boost over previous models. 24GB and 32GB memory upgrades are now available, along with several CPU, GPU, and internal storage options.
Mac Mini Vault has begun accepting pre-orders for dedicated 2023 M2 Mac minis, and our entire lineup is available on our Dedicated Mac Mini page. Mac Mini Vault has placed orders with Apple, and billing for the preorders will begin on the day your Mac mini arrives when it is ready to be deployed. Please contact our sales team for current ETAs for deployment, as each model has different lead times with Apple.
Like the M1 Mac mini, which includes two Thunderbolt ports, the M2 Mac mini also includes two Thunderbolt 4 ports, while the M2 Pro Mac mini includes four Thunderbolt 4 ports.
Power consumption and thermal outputs are similar to a 2018 Intel i7 Mac mini when running at max CPU. However, the multi-core benchmark score for an M2 Pro Mac mini is about three times better than a 2018 i7. Idle power consumption is about a third of the 2018 Intel model.
Mac Mini Vault will be offering the following 2023 Mac mini configurations:
3.9GHz 8-Core M2/24GB/256GB/10Gbps  (10-core GPU, 16‑core Neural Engine)
3.9GHz 8-Core M2/24GB/1TB/10Gbps  (10-core GPU, 16‑core Neural Engine)
3.9GHz 8-Core M2/24GB/2TB/10Gbps  (10-core GPU, 16‑core Neural Engine)
3.9GHz 12-Core M2 Pro/32GB/2TB/10Gbps  (19-core GPU, 16‑core Neural Engine)
3.9GHz 12-Core M2 Pro/32GB/4TB/10Gbps  (19-core GPU, 16‑core Neural Engine)
3.9GHz 12-Core M2 Pro/32GB/8TB/10Gbps  (19-core GPU, 16‑core Neural Engine)
For questions about our 2023 M2 Mac mini lineup, please contact our sales department via our client portal or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll be happy to help.