Apple’s newly unveiled Mac Pro, at just 9.9 inches tall with a diameter of just 6.6 inches — smaller than most subwoofers — offers up to 7 teraflops of computing power.
10 years ago this month, if it existed, Apple’s new Mac Pro would have been the eighth most powerful supercomputer on the entire planet, beating out the DOE/SC/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s supercomputer which peaked at 6.16 teraflops.
2003 wasn’t that long ago. Imagine, the world’s 8th most powerful supercomputer sitting comfortably on your desk!
What will Apple have to offer 10 years from now?
Up to 7 teraflops sitting comfortably on your wrist?
The next generation Mac Pro will be available later this year. To learn more, visit www.apple.com/mac-pro.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Chas” for the heads up.]