Four months after launch sales of Apple's Mac mini and top-grade iPods are beginning to slow, an analyst claimed yesterday.

Thomas Weisel Partners analyst Kevin Hunt described robust yet mixed demand for Apple's products, according to CBS MarketWatch.

He claimed that demand for iMac G5s, PowerBooks and iPods (particularly iPod mini's and shuffles) remains strong.

"Our checks suggest Mac Mini sales are somewhat slow, as consumers realize that price including monitor is no bargain," he wrote.