|Jun 15, 2013, 03:37 AM||#51|
I think that the new forward thinking design may actually move the MacPro away from the margin. That will encourage the development of more peripherals.
I'll jump on the comment about clutter too. This is a desktop...that means you set it up and it stays where you put it. I can't believe a complaint about this machine could be that it is not portable! If you want portability we have the laptops...and NOW that you have switched to thunderbolt outboard gear you can move your peripherals to your laptop!
I mean really, you move your current Mac Pro around? With the monitor(s)?
|Jun 17, 2013, 11:52 AM||#52|
(That said, Apple did highlight the handles on the existing Mac Pro, and on new new one and how they aid portability/accessibility. It is kind of funny when they mentioned rotating the tower to access the ports - I wonder how easy it'll be to turn the tower around with 6 or 7 cables trailing from it).
Mac <- Macintosh <- McIntosh apples <- John McIntosh <- McIntosh surname <- "Mac an toshach" <- "Son of the Chief"
|Jun 17, 2013, 01:05 PM||#53|
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