iPro 3d concept
iPro 3d concept is a mix between a Mac Pro and an iMac.
Swiss designer Kurt Merki Jr. has mixed the iMac with the Mac Pro into one product called the iPro. This device completes with a 35-inch display and integrated sound bar and it’s looking good.
The Apple iPro computer is a very nice looking concept that looks just like a Lenovo Yoga Tablet, with that circular tube at the bottom. It’s supposed to be a combo between a Mac Pro and an iMac. It features a glass OLED display with unibody design and relies on a flexible architecture. The unibody takes the shape of a tube and components can be lined up inside in order to fit the user’s needs.
Apple iPro features a 35 inch Retina Cinema Display, with a resolution of 3382 x 1964 pixels. The device comes with front facing stereo speakers, 10 of them actually and dual microphones too. This model has a 20 degree tilt function and comes in 3 colors: gold, black and silver. There are actually two Mac Pros worth of hardware inside and the two computers are cooled down separately with a fan on either sides of the tube.
Ever since I was a kid, I have always been interested in Macintosh/Apple products and their way of thinking different. I remember at school we had “touch typing” lessons on a Macintosh Classic. Instead of using the touch typing software I could not help myself exploring the rest of thu Macintosh, trying out all other programs and functions. I guess that is way I can still not touch type. After seeing the 30th Anniversary of Apple, it inspired me to create a computer of my own. I imagined an “all in one” workstation which one would want to work with on a daily basis with endless power and a huge display. The Macintosh Classic was the starting point and thereafter it evolved into the iPro.Maybe one day my wish will come true – Kurt Merki Jr.
Very cool, but we would rather have a Mac Pro and a separate display. Not a fan of All-in-one computers. 2 Mac Pro’s (one on each side), will newer happen, maybe, 2 CPUs like in previous generation MacPro. We love flexible architecture, Apple will never do that.
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Great modeling & rendering.