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Mac Pro 2013 photo shoot, stunning photographs of the new Apple Mac Pro

We have a new Mac Pro here in the Macworld office so we have taken some photographs. We'll be publishing our first look Mac Pro review and full review when we have had time to test it thoroughly.

In the meantime take a look inside and outside the new Mac Pro from Apple.

You can view more photos on Macworld's Facebook page.

Colour - it's not black, as you can see from our photographs the new Mac Pro has very reflective surface which means that Apple's images aren't really representative of the colour of the device.

Size - at about an eighth of the size of previous model it's a lot smaller than you probably expect. You can grab the rim around the top if you need to move it - it weighs 5kg though, so it's not exactly portable.

Design - Apple has arranged all of the components around a central wind tunnel with a single big fan, which it has engineered to keep everything cool while apparently keeping noise to a minimum.

Back - On the back of the Mac Pro are four USB 3.0 slots, six Thunderbolt 2

Storage - The internal PCI-e storage of up to 1TB

The RAM - The Mac Pro supports up to 64GB of RAM as a build-to-order option.

Photography by Dominik Tomaszewski.


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