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Re: Creatives Not Likely to Blanch at iMac Pro's $5K Price
Posted by: John P. Mello Jr. 2017-12-14 03:23:54
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Apple will release a professional version of its all-in-one iMac desktop computer with a $5,000 price tag on Thursday. Up to now, all-in-one computers in general and iMacs in particular have been seen as stylish offerings for home and family, but Apple has changed that in a big way with the iMac Pro. Apple has given the Pro workstation-class graphics, processors, storage, memory and I/O -- all without increasing the size of the iMac. Creative professionals, the target audience for the Pro, have a choice of muscular Xeon processors with eight, 10 or a whopping 18 cores.


Re: Creatives Not Likely to Blanch at iMac Pro's $5K Price
Posted by: borisaman 2017-12-15 05:46:04 In reply to: John P. Mello Jr.
lol, 5 grand for a tarted up iMac. No access to the internal parts like the real Mac Pros (old silver towers you could actual get inside that also didnt have a built in monitor). It will be based on OS X Low Sierra 10.13, or Mac OS X Vista. lol pass. It would make much more sense to get a PC or a Hackintosh
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