Apple has been busy today offering updates on two products while launching a totally new one. Some of you may wonder where the new Apple Mac Pro 2010line is? We can inform you that the update is coming, but will not be available until next month.
The Mac Pro range is the most powerful from the troubled iPhone 4 maker and shows that they are still committed to the desktop powerhouse. The new range will finally give you the chance to own a computer with dual-CPU rigs offering 12 cores in total from the Intel Xeon range.
However, there is a downside, as this comes at a price – $4,999 to be precise. If this is too much for you, then the range will start from 2,499. The upgrades are not all about the processor, you need a powerful GPU, and the Radeon HD 5770 should be more than up for the job.
With that kind of power requires a serious amount of memory, the new Mac Pro 2010 lineup now offers up to 32GB of RAM as well as up to 4TB of storage. If money is no object, then you should consider an upgrade to SSD — offering faster speeds and more reliability.
For more details read Vlad Savov article on Engadget, which also has a press release from Apple
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