At Apple’s Special Event earlier today, Steve Jobs announced among other things a new Mac mini. The new mini features an Intel Core Duo processor, making it up to 4 times faster than its predecessor. There’s also a Core Solo version available. The mini will start at $599 and include iLife ’06, an Apple Remote, and Front Row. The mini, and all other computers with Front Row, will now be loaded with Apple’s new Bonjour, which lets you share iTunes playlists, iPhoto libraries, and video throughout your home. Bonjour is Apple’s “zero configuration wireless networking” built into OSX. The mini also includes 10/100/1000 BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet for high-speed access, DVI outputs, and VGA outputs for connecting to your TV or plasma.