Peter Zigich has come up with an interesting modular concept for Apple’s MacPro system, allowing users to modify, upgrade and customise systems to their exact requirements and budgets.
The MacPro modular system consists of a system components that lock together like Lego bricks and house the different sections of the system, enabling you to build the exact requirements for the MacPro and processes it will need to carry out, such as video editing or the like.
The modular MacPro system would offer both consumer and business processor options, offering Pro’s Server class dual CPUs (Xenon E5), 8 DIMM ECC memory slots, whilst consumers would enjoy i3, i5, i7 processors with 4 DIMM slots.
As you can see from the conceptual drawings the MacPro modular system is an interesting idea, and would offer users main useful, configuration options whilst designing and expansing their system.
Unfortunately due to it being a concept at the current time don’t expect to see the system in Apple store before the holiday season. For more information jump over to the iPack3D website.
Source: iPack3DFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Top News