Apple Set To Sting Oz Customers With New Mac Pro + New Desk Free PC

Written by David Richards     19/12/2013 | 09:46 | Category: HOME OFFICE

As Apple gets set to launch their new cylindrical Mac Pro in Australia priced $300 more expensive than the USA and that takes into account GST it's been revealed that the PC Company has registered a PC patent that eliminates the need for a monitor.

Apple Set To Sting Oz Customers With New Mac Pro + New Desk Free PC

A patent for a "desk-free" computer has been granted to Apple by the US Patent and Trademark Office.

The all in-one PC delivers the screen display onto a surface using a built-in projector output. The projector would offer an advanced optical engine for extreme-angle projection so you could have the box close up to a wall while still keeping a pretty decent sized picture.

Meanwhile Apple is set to start flogging their new cylindrical Mac Pro which comes with a 3.7GHZ quad-core Intel Xeon E5 processor, 12GB of memory, and 256GB of flash storage. The price is $3999. The same PC in the USA is $US2999. Taking into account Exchange rates and a local GST the cost is $300 more for Australian buyers.


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