I'm working on setting up an interactive exhibit at a local museum and we need four machines to connect to monitors that will be hung on the wall. We've done some roundabouts on brainstorming of how best to approach this, including considering iPads and laptops. Since the monitors are going to be on the wall, it dawned on me that the Mac Mini would be a pretty good solution for us. However, now the museum director is leaning toward netbooks. The overall concern is price, since we're a small non-profit museum and have very little budget. I still think the Mac Mini is the best solution for us, but it's going to be hard to convince the director, who is the first to admit she's not all that tech-savvy, that we should get four $600 machines over four $250 machines. My concern with the netbooks is that they won't be powerful enough to run the website we'll be displaying all day, which is graphic-intensive. I know there have been PCs similar to the Mac Mini, but everything I've found seems to have been discontinued. Is there anything similar that anyone would recommend looking at? I'd like to compile a list of options that I could present to the director. Although it sounds like someone might be giving us a netbook or two, so we might be stuck going that route (for now, at least - ugh).