ATI Radeon HD 5770 graphics card with 1GB of memory.
Powerful new processor.
Cool and quiet.
Superb new SuperDrive.
Stellar unibody case.
Great gaming performance (for a Mac)
Limited Expansion For Memory Upgrades.
Still no Bluray support.
Much more expensive than a similarly equipped PC.
No flash-card reader
By About.com on December 05, 2010
Dec 2 2010 - Apple's single processor version of the Mac Pro has stiff competition from Apple's 27-inch iMac. At $2500, the system is just too expensive compared to a similarly equipped iMac. Sure, the Mac Pro case is still one of the better on...40
By Mac|Life on October 12, 2010
It might be the entry-level Pro, but it’s great for pros and home users alike. A Blu-ray drive was never in the cards anyway, and although expensive, it’s not bad value for the money.2.8GHz Quad-Core Mac...90
By TechRadar on September 27, 2010
Apple's mid-2010 refresh brings us three new models of the Mac Pro – the top-of-the-range tower format Mac aimed at professionals and high-end users. The one we're reviewing here is the entry-level model at £1999, based around a...90
By T3 Magazine on September 22, 2010
A superb update to a very capable machine. It's about time Apple made its peace with Blu-Ray,...80
By V3.co.uk on September 16, 2010
The Mac Pro range will appeal to professional users in fields such as audio and video editing who need more power than is available from the consumer-oriented iMac. The tower design is also very easy to open and upgrade....80
By Macworld Australia on August 30, 2010
The have finally arrived at at our testing lab. And while we ran into some hiccups during the tests, we’re able to share our first results.The new use the identical case design as the systems they replace, with the biggest differences being in...-
By Computer Shopper on August 01, 2010
Apple's powerhouse desktop PC gets even beefier components, making it the continued go-to choice for creative professionals....87
By ZDNet Australia on July 28, 2010
Apple has given some long overdue love to its desktop range. While it doesn't come with the same fanfare as an iPhone launch, significant updates were rolled out today that are bound to make creative professionals...-
By AnandTech on June 01, 2010
It’s the fastest Mac you can buy and it's a desktop. These days, the Mac Pro is basically the un-Mac.For years users have argued that Apple needs a standard Mac. A decent desktop that fills the $1000 - $2000 price range. Apple has refused to...-