Apple iMac Pro announced in India; starts at ₹4,15,000

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2017 has been a good year for the Indian Apple enthusiasts. Be it the global launch of the Apple iPhone X and now the Apple iMac Pro. Apple has officially released an Apple iMac Pro’s price tag and it’s not at all surprising. Just like the US model, the Apple iMac Pro in India will cost you ₹4,15,000.

For this price tag, you will get a 5K display, 8 core Intel Xenon 8 core processor, 32 GB RAM and 1 TB SSD and 8 GB Vega GPU. However, the top of the line model will cost you around $14,000 (₹13,00,000) which comes with 16 core processor, 128 GB RAM and 4 TB SSD based storage.

The display is one of the main highlights of this Apple iMac Pro, in fact, the 5K IPS LCD display with P3 wide colour gamut is spread across 27-inches with very narrow black bezels. For the first time, the Facetime camera has been upgraded, in fact, this is the only mac that offers FHD 1080p video recording capability.

Like most of the Apple products, the iMac Pro is priced at a much higher price tag compared to Indian pricing. In fact, the difference in the entry-level model is around ₹1,00,000. Except for the price difference, this is a well-made machine with unprecedented hardware capabilities.

In fact, this is the most costliest and powerful Mac from Apple ever. Though the design is in line with the standard iMac lineup, one has to take a note that, this is the first iMac to feature space grey theme on the body, keypad, and the trackpad.

As this is a powerful desktop, the company has also included 3 USB type C ports with thunderbolt capability, 3 full sized USB ports, Gigabit Ethernet port, full-sized SD card port and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. In fact, this specific hardware is a creators dream that everyone likes to own.

For a general user, the resources might not be that helpful, however, for the cinema makers, 3D animation engineers and to render 3D models, this will be a great option.

If we look at the retails package, it includes all-in-one desktop with a full sized keypad, Apple magic mouse 2 and a lightning to USB cable. Everything taunts in a new space grey colour shade.  So, what is your opinion on the Apple iMac Pro? Share your views in the comment box about the most powerful Mac from Apple.

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