Apple to sell the new Mac Pro in December

Apple to sell the new Mac Pro in December

Apple has unveiled its plans to start selling the highly expected new Mac Pro computer in December. The new device captured attention earlier this year with its unusual round chassis and the powerful hardware inside.

The new Mac Pro is going to be very powerful – it will come with 4-core, 6-core or 12-core Intel Xeon processors at up to 3.9 GHz, up to 64 GB of DDR3 ECC memory at 1866 MHz, a quad-channeled memory controller, up to 12 GB of video memory in two AMD FirePro D700 graphics cards, PCIe-based storage for sequential read speed of up to 1.2 GB/sec, Thunderbolt 2 technology, support for the latest 4K displays and more. In addition the new Mac Pro will come with the latest OS X Mavericks.

The new Mac Pro will become available in December through Apple’s own distribution chain. The machine will definitely offer great performance but this comes at a price – the base model will start at USD 2999. If you want more power you can upgrade the machine before ordering it, but this will cost you even more.

Source: Apple

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