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Jeepintosh - 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee with Mac mini

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A group of automotive and computer enthusiasts managed to install a Mac mini computer in a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Since the introduction of the ultra-compact Mac mini, many customizers have installed the computer in automobiles. However, the full potential of such setups was only realized recently, after users found a way to install Apple’s Front Row multimedia software — meant for the iMac — on the Mac mini.

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