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Apple’s maxed-out Mac Pro costs $50,000, we came up with better ways to spend that money

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Apple’s maxed-out Mac Pro costs $50,000, we came up with better ways to spend that money

Apple’s maxed-out Mac Pro costs $50,000, we came up with better ways to spend that money

Yesterday Apple’s redesigned, revamped Mac Pro went on sale.

This is Apple’s first significant Pro-level desktop upgrade in a long time, but it comes at a price.

A fully maxed out Mac Pro costs $52,000 Mac Pro.

Well, $52,599, to be precise.

And that DOESN’T include the $5,000 for a Pro Display XDR, or its $1,000 stand.

We did some math, and think it's important you know that for that price, you could by over 2,000 Baby Yoda plush dolls.

We trust you know how to best spend your money.

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