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Pro grade equipment. Lots of input/output ports. Easy expansion.
Pricey. No eSATA onboard.
By Macworld UK on September 03, 2010
It used to be that if you wanted the fastest processors, the biggest hard drives and most powerful graphics, then Apple’s tower computers, like the Mac Pro and Power Mac that it replaced, were the only real options available to Mac users. These...
By Macworld on September 02, 2010
Based on performance alone, it seems like the Mac Pro addresses a smaller market each time a new iMac appears. But there remains a need for a highly configurable and fast performing Mac. The new Mac Pros may be little more than speed bumps from the...
By PC Mag on August 25, 2010
The Apple Mac Pro (Xeon E5620) might be overkill compared with some of its workstation rivals and all-in-one alternatives, but it's still a worthy addition to your art/scientific/entertainment company's arsenal of number-crunching weapons....
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