Apple has disclosed another PC and an exceptionally strong one at that – the Mac Studio. It resembles the Mac Mini, just supersized and super-charged.
Close by it are two new work area processors for the Mac Studio – the M1 Max which has a 10-center CPU and 24-center GPU and the M1 Ultra with its noteworthy 20-center CPU and 48-center GPU.
The unit has 2 USB-C ports and one SDXC card opening at the front; and four Thunderbolt 4 ports, 2 USB-A ports, a HDMI port, one 10Gb Ethernet port, and 3.5mm earphone jack at the back.
The beginning cost of the Apple Mac Studio in the Philippines is Php117,990 for the M1 Max with 32GB RAM and 512GB stockpiling. It then, at that point, goes up to Php297,990 assuming you move up to an Apple M1 Max with 10-center CPU, 32-center GPU, 16-center Neural Engine, 64GB RAM, 8TB SSD stockpiling.
The Mac Studio with M1 Ultra has a beginning cost of Php237,990 with 64GB RAM and 1TB stockpiling. You can maximize it to Php477,990 with a redesigned Apple M1 Ultra with 20-center CPU, 64-center GPU, 32-center Neural Engine, 128GB RAM, 8TB SSD stockpiling.