Mac Pro - Computer Definition
Apple's professional workstation. Packaged as a floor-standing tower, it uses Intel Xeon CPUs with four to 12 processor cores. The Mac Pro is a powerful series that supports six monitors, up to 64GB of main memory, 8TB of hard disk or 2TB of solid state storage. The First Intel Towers Mac Pro was the first family of tower-based Macs that were powered by Intel x86 chips rather than PowerPC. The Mac Pro superseded the Power Mac G5 series. See Macintosh models, Mactel and Power Mac.
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