Re: Pretty cool...Nashton
|Subject||Re: Pretty cool...|
|Date||06/11/2013 04:48 (06/10/2013 23:48)|
|Followups||Alan Baker (2m)|
Sandman (8h & 22m)
On 6/10/2013 6:16 PM, Lloyd wrote:
LloydIf this is anything like the Cube, with connectors in the rear or even the bottom (who knows), it's just another proprietary Apple product that will disappoint. They'll ;probably sell 500 of therm and then EOL them.
In article <alangbaker-96E833.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Alan Baker <email@example.com>wrote:Alan BakerLloyd
Up to 12 cores, Xeon E5 processors.
Four channel, DDR3 1866MHz, ECC memory (60GB/s memory bandwidth)
PCIe gen 3 at 40GB/s
Twin AMD FirePro GPUs, able to support up to 3 4K displays.
PCIe-based Flash storage at 2.5 times faster than SATA-based flash.
Up to 36 peripherals at Thunderbolt 2 speeds (6 TB2 ports allowing 6 daisy-chained devices each at 20Gb/s)
Plus 4 USB3, HDMI 1.4, gigabit ethernet, and all ports light up for easier use when you turn the machine.
And 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0
All in a 10" high by 6.5" high cylinder.
While I have no need for the power and flexibility that thing brings to the table, it sure is a looker! Thanks for posting.