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Following last week’s Apple event that provided some final technical, shipping, and pricing details for the next-generation Mac Pro, Apple has begun sending out posters to a limited set of journalists to promote the upcoming computer. The posters give a look into the distinct design of the workstation and have an interesting description of the computer’s creation imprinted on them. That image can be seen below. More images on Jeff Carlson’s Flickr (via TechCrunch). The new Mac Pro ships in December.

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4 Responses to “Apple promoting new Mac Pro with posters sent to select journalists”

  1. haruhiko2013 says:

    The rubbish bin, and the sweeper.


  2. William says:

    Reblogged this on William's iBlog and commented:
    First time I’ve ever seen Apple use expletives. :)


  3. GeekSays says:

    Apple marketing team trolls everyone in real time with everything they have in their hands. Just take a look at the social media, and guess what people are talking about?

    When just a poster can make this type buzz, then what kind of buzz come out on the launch of this premium desktop upgrade from Apple.