The most powerful Mac ever created is finally coming, and it could change the way desktop computers are designed forever.
A U.S. server company plans to begin offering a solution powered by Apple's new Mac Pro when it is made available later this year, and along with that promise they've included designs of what the next-gen server array will look like.
Yesterday's Apple keynote revealed a stunning update to one of the company's staple machines for creative artists, the Mac Pro.
Computing is an increasingly mobile practice these days, making old-school tower computers less and less necessary. It even appears that Apple is considering giving the axe to the Mac Pro, it's high-end tower computer.
Don't pretend like you've never dreamed of owning one of Apple's top-of-the-line Mac Pro towers that go for about $3,000. If you have only about $900, you can be like this guy, Kalvin, who decided to build a hackintosh (a PC that runs Mac OS X), but with with one twist.
Apple gave some healthy spec boosts to pretty much all of its desktop hardware today: iMacs, Mac Pros and Cinema Displays.
Apple just revved up its Mac Pro line, and at the top of the feature list is the latest quad-core Intel Xeon "Nehalem" processors. Apple says the new Mac Pro with two quad-core Intel 2.66GHz processors is twice as fast...