June 10, 2013 AT 9:24 pm

Next-generation Apple Mac Pro

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Next-generation Apple Mac Pro, look at this thing!.


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4 Comments

  1. It looks like Apple still has it’s edginess and innovation. Just not sure if it is going in the right direction.

  2. Looks like a trash bin, and how can a person fit a capture card, for exemple? Now, not only the fanboys will have to pay a humongous amount of money for an overpriced machine, but also will have to buy an external case to use a PCIe card, something you don’t have to in virtually any desktop in the galaxy.
    As much as I never liked Steve Jobs, I don’t think the would have let a thing like this go public.
    Big fail.

  3. I’m also wondering how dangerous light can be over time from having the components exposed.

    If they made it into a Tardis, it might have interested me.

    I’m a computer orphan from the 80’s and I don’t like the modern computers of today and back then Apple represented a computer that was two or three times the price of their competition. Today it represents a walled garden which I don’t wish to live in.

    Computers should be made for the masses and not for the classes.-Commodore

  4. Why do I think this looks like ‘Vger’ from Star Trek TOS?

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