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Apple Mac Pro (2010)

Apple Mac Pro (2010)
alaScore 84

5 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Apple Mac Pro (2010) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Apple Mac Pro (Mid 2010) Review

 

It's the fastest Mac you can buy and it's a desktop. These days, the Mac Pro is basically the un-Mac. But it's fast and nothing beats the flexibility of a desktop. If you need a lot of cores, it's actually Apple's most price competitive system on the...

The new Mac Pro isn’t significantly different from last year’s model, which isn't a bad thing. Apple created a good formula with the original Mac Pro and with the Nehalem update fixed some of the remaining issues with its design.

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Apple Mac Pro 2010 review

 

Apple's tower Mac gets an exciting new refresh

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Apple Mac Pro (July 2010)

 

Apple has given some long overdue love to its desktop range. While it doesn't come with the same fanfare as an iPhone launch, significant updates were rolled out today that are bound to make creative professionals happy.

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Apple Mac Pro (2010) review

 

Apple Mac Pro (2010) review,Workstation performance for professional Mac users, technology news from Cliff Joseph at v3.co.uk

Excellent performance; internal expansion slots; upgradeable drive bays

Cheaper iMacs would probably suit most business users better; doesn't include monitor

The Mac Pro range will appeal to professional users in fields such as audio and video editing who need more power than is available from the consumer-oriented iMac. The tower design is also very easy to open and upgrade.

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Apple Mac Pro (July 2010)

 

Why are any of you even looking at Mac Pro reviews. Your obviously Windows users. You must spend all day trolling the web to write useless information on products you either no nothing about, or can't afford.

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