New Mac Pro now on sale, Sharp 4K monitor appears with it

As reported yesterday, Apple has today made the brand spanking new Mac Pro available to order, and alongside it the Sharp 32" 4K monitor that appeared in the store briefly before. We've known the starting prices for some time now, but only today do we learn how much we'll be putting down for some of the upgrades. Time to grab your wallets.

We'll update our Mac Pro buyers guide with the full rundown, but needless to say I just ticked all the boxes to take a look and ran it up to $9599. If you want the Sharp 4K monitor on top of that, add another $3595.

It's expensive, and it's not necessarily for you, but it's extremely impressive all the same. If you've been waiting, and waiting, and waiting, then wait no longer. Hit up the Apple Store where you are and get configuring!

Source: Apple

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New Mac Pro now on sale, Sharp 4K monitor appears with it

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It's a pretty impressive piece of technology.

I like the design, but as it's $4,000AUD, it's far too expensive for my needs.

More Mac than I'd ever know what to do with. I'd love to be able to buy just the case though, would make a fine looking ornament in my office ;-)

This should be called Monster Mac. Wow! Really don't know what I would need all this power , but this is awesome. I'm glad to see this has finally released. I guess no apple monitor.

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I find the "I don't see how I'd need all this power" type comments a bit humorous. "640k ought to be enough for anybody" lol. In the early 2000's I got an iBook with a 500mhz processor and 20gig HD, and I thought that was plenty then... It's laughable now, but 10 years from now this new Mac Pro will be struggling to run the latest software and connect to the hardware available at that time.

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Considering the thousands of dollars one is going to end up paying for this, including the 3-year Apple Care warranty wouldn't hurt. As a matter of fact, they should do that for all PRO machines. If you pay big money for pro-level equipment, you should get the better warranty included.