New Mac Pro price is designed for?

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2013 has been a good year for Apple and those who choose to purchase Mac and iOS devices because a multitude of new products have been released over the past couple of months. However, the company has yet to stop and will offer yet another new product in the last month of the year.

The new Mac Pro shows to Apple’s competitors that a powerful desktop does not need to be an ugly looking thing, and could resemble something of beauty, although the design of the all-new Mac Pro is still up for discussion.

Another thing that seems to be a hot topic is its price, as there have been suggestions that the cost of the Mac Pro is designed for you and I. We know that a $3,000 starting price is not cheap, but those of you who purchase a desktop like this would consider this a bargain.

Improved connectivity for the new Mac Pro

Improved connectivity for the new Mac Pro

The reason we say this is because when you take into consideration the 2013 Mac Pro specs, the hardware will do whatever you ask of it, which Apple showed during their October iPad event.

However, there are still some of you out there who would like more from your new Mac Pro once you have taken possession of it, and would like to make a few upgrades. The problem here is its expandability; as we know this will be the Achilles heal of the new desktop from Apple.

We’ve come across an article that has been looking into who will buy the Mac Pro for $3,000, as well as its pros and cons, and it is clear that opinion is divided. We would like to know if Product reviews readers consider this new desktop expensive?

You will be able to purchase the all-new Mac Pro from December, 2013.

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New Mac Pro price is designed for

  • compyjones

    It’s priced for people that buy macs is probably the most honest answer I can state. It’s not even that I not like them, it’s just that most people can get their needs fulfilled with just 300 dollars. Play games comfortably for less. It’s nice and everything but not what I need.

  • powerhouse

    I personally will be buying one because I use a computer up to 8 hours a day and my job depends on efficient performance. Sometimes I’m on the phone and need to look up information in Excel spreadsheets and waiting 10 seconds for it to load on my 2011 MacBook Pro 15″ is too long. I compile up to 30GB of source code and need something that can do this in less than 1-2 hours. This sounds like the ultimate workstation. I looked up the AMD FirePro’s on Newegg and they look at be around $1000 A PIECE. With two of those in the base model, $3000 sounds like a steal. I also need at minumum 3GB of video card memory to run 3 displays at 1920×1080.