How much will the new Mac Pro cost?
PapaRiver 35 weeks ago
I am seriously loving everything I’ve seen about the new Mac Pro so far, and not just the super cool cylinder exterior. What’s not to love about a Mac where the “base” model has a 3.2Ghz quad core Intel Xenon E5, 2 killer AMD Firepro GPUs, next-gen PCI Express flash storage, etc., etc. What I haven’t seen is how much it will cost. I know Apple hasn’t officially released the price, but Is there any "unofficial" pricing information out there for the new Mac Pro?
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