Apple's Mac mini is in the firing line this morning.
The Inquirer reports the most affordable Mac ever released may ship with a problem DVI>VGA converter.
As proof it cites some posts that can be found on Apple's own support Web site. Complaints include allegations that brightness is too low and that the display does not "show up at all".
Apple has extensive technical support information for users encountering problems displaying video.
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