Apple releases the all-new Mac Pro

Apple releases the all-new Mac Pro

Apple Inc. has announced the availability of the company’s all new Mac Pro computer starting on December 19, 2013. The new company product features a radically redesigned chassis, the latest Intel Xeon processors, dual workstation-class graphics processing units, fast memory and PCIe-based flash storage.

The new Mac Pro will grab your attention with a new aluminum case that is just 9.9 inches tall and one-eighth of the volume of the previous generation. The Mac Pro also offers 4-core, 6-core, 8-core and 12-core Intel Xeon processors with clock speed that reaches 3.9 GHz and AMD FirePro GPUs that offer up to eight times better performance than the previous generation Mac Pro. PCIe-based flash storage provides sequential read speeds of up to 10 times faster than ordinary hard drives, while the fast ECC DDR3 memory is capable of providing up to 60 Gbps of memory bandwidth. The addition of six Thunderbolt 2 ports as well as support for up to 36 high-performance peripheral devices complete the picture.

You can now order the all-new Mac Pro online with the cheapest model costing USD 2999.

Source: Apple

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