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Frustration Versus Reality by Thom Hogan (DSLRBodies)

Hmm, so the Mac Pro is overpriced? If so, then the Macintosh II was overpriced. [Disclosure: I was the publisher and primary editor of The Macintosh II Report]. Indeed, we heard that exact same claim back in the late 80's about the Mac II (and the Mac Iix and Mac IIfx), and it went on to be a popular and useful tool for many. They were essentially state-of-the-art desktops that appealed to very high end clients. Most folk bought a Mac Plus, Mac SE, or Mac SE/30, though.

Spot on.

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Comparing prices: Mac Pro versus PCs

I had done a similar comparison when the new Intel based iMacs were introduced.   From MacWorld New desktop machines leave no doubt about Mac’s price-competitiveness By Dan Frakes If you caught the Mac Pro’s introduction during last week’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, you know that Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president for worldwide product…

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Mac Pro

Apple announced the final piece of it product transition from the PowerPC to Intel. The newer Mac are Apple's top of the line machines with dual Dual-Core Intel Xeon Processors (that's four CPU cores!), supports up to 2TB of storage and very fast video engines from ATI and Nvidia. The Mac Pro keep the case…

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