The Mac Professional and the Professional Show XDR from Apple that had been introduced again in June, at the moment are obtainable to buy within the US. You will get yours by Apple’s official on-line retailer.
The newly-launched Mac Professional (2019) begins at $5,999. The PC has a conventional, cabinet-like design, and its body is made out of chrome steel. You possibly can configure the case both with toes or wheels for simpler portability. The bottom variant comes with Intel’s 8-core Xeon processor, 32GB of DDR4 ECC RAM, 256GB of PCIe storage, and Radeon Professional 580X graphics card with 8GB of GDDR5 reminiscence.
You possibly can configure it with completely different processors, RAM, storage, and graphics modules with the highest of the road add-ons together with a 28-core Intel Xeon processor, 1.5TB of RAM, 8TB of storage, and two Radeon Professional Vega II Duo graphics playing cards with 64GB of HBM2 reminiscence. You too can throw-in an Apple Afterburner card for higher video enhancing efficiency.
And, guess what, a fully-loaded Mac Professional (2019) will price you a whopping $53,000. And that doesn’t even embrace the 8TB storage choice, which, in keeping with Apple, is ‘coming quickly.’ Choosing the upper storage choice will most likely take the general worth of the system properly past $55,000. So far as I do know, that’s the most expensive pre-built PC you will get out there.
Coming to the Professional Show XDR, it’s a professional-grade 32-inch monitor with a 6K decision. It prices $4,999 for the usual glass variant and $5,999 should you go for nano-textured glass, which, in keeping with Apple, has a much less reflective floor. Nicely, neither of these costs embrace the monitor stand. Yup, that’s proper, the Professional Show XDR doesn’t include a stand. If you would like one, Apple presents the Professional Stand for an extra $999.
The Professional Show XDR has a jaw-dropping, 1000 nits sustained brightness, with peak brightness going as much as an astonishing, 1600 nits. The show has a 1,000,000:1 distinction ratio, 10-bit colour depth, and P3 huge colour gamut. Sadly, it includes a 60Hz refresh fee, not like different high-end displays that often provide a 144Hz choice. That being mentioned, it shouldn’t have an effect on Apple’s focused prospects because the monitor is made for skilled work and never for gaming.