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There is demand for a cheaper Mac Pro.   Just like there is demand for a cheaper iPhone.   Lemon Bon Bon.
  *crater?   B*ll*cks.   Apple make some overpriced desktop sh*t in their line and they nickel and dime the customer...as you pointed out with the IPS 'LG' panel seen cheaper elsewhere.  (Still a good display though.)     ...and so?   The Mini SHOULD have a 640M in it's top model at least.  (Guess it will be rendered mute by Iris...)   The iMac SHOULD be cheaper.  (No sub 1K model...)   The Mac Pro SHOULD be cheaper.  2045 inc vat for a crap Mac Pro was an outrage and...
  The top end iMac is a sound piece of kit.   There's a few reasons why you'd take it over the base Mac Pro.  The monitor being a key one.  Some people like it's AIO appeal.   As for Morons.  Complete or otherwise...  It's name calling based on hypertheticals.  We don't know how much the new Pro is going to be.   Likely as pricey as the old entry point for £2045 inc VAT.  But better value if it includes two gpus trade off vs the monitor in the iMac?   Expect the base Pro...
What he said.   Lemon Bon Bon.
I'd love to be able to view A3 300 dpi print documents on a monitor that can rotate so I can view them A3 native print size.   Lemon Bon Bon.
Is that display tech' even possible at the moment?  Anybody selling one?    Or will Apple just do '4k?'   Lemon Bon Bon.
  Good for viewing A3 documents?  I'll need a 2nd monitor to look at 11x17 inch comic book art pages that I scan in...     Lemon Bon Bon.
  This.  Top post. :)   Lemon Bon Bon.
  I enjoyed the well reasoned arguments there.   Especially the summative punchline.  (I think it's a far more flexible machine which can be tailored to many more needs virtually unlimited external expansion vs limited internal expansion.  Also, would we have 'killed' for a dual GPU machine but mere few months ago?  12 core single cpu as standard on the top end?  Blisteringly fast SSD?  It's worlds away from the old model.  And it's the Cube reborn.  What more do we want?...
  So what you're saying is that we're getting a PCI slot 'upgrade' in practice.  Sure, they're not as fast, technically as PCIe 3?  ...but you get a practical upgrade because we're not dealing with only theoretical bottlenecks?  eg you have the 'two' gpus taking up what would have been the '16' lane PCI slots.  (which is what you would have had anyway in the old design...except that Apple never offered SLI and there was no chance they were ever going to do that...many...
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