A set of new products from Apple have just been revealed. All of them aim, in difference to Apple's traditional lineup, at the low end of the market. iPod Shuffle is a small, display-less music player which carries 512 MiB or 1 GiB storage space, coming in at USD 99 and USD 149 respectively. The Mac mini is a small and quiet "headless" Mac, aimed at users considering a switch to Linux or Mac, users inspired to search out other Apple products by the popular iPod, or people that want a small portable computer but not a laptop. It comes in at USD 499 and USD 599 respectively for the 1.25GHz/40GB and 1.42GHz/80GB versions.
Price for funniest footnote today goes to the "2. Do not eat iPod shuffle." note on the iPod Shuffle product page.