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Apple to begin selling Mac Pro

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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Washington Post: Apple's new high-end desktop, the Mac Pro, goes on sale Thursday.

The Mac Pro, a cylindrical tower that gives it a radically different look than previous Apple desktops, is aimed squarely at the high-end of the market, with a $3,000 price tag.

Apple is highlighting the computer’s power as its main selling point, promoting how it could be useful for professional or semi-professional music producers, videographers and photographers in presentations about the computer.

With so much power, it’s certainly not a device aimed at the casual or even regular home computer user, but it is a way for Apple to showcase its engineering prowess.

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