Apple calls it ‘the most powerful Mac ever’ — Brogue prefers ‘Big Mac’. So what sets this all-in-one behemoth apart from its un-Pro forebears, besides a sharp shade of space grey? Try a staggering 18-Core Xeon Processors, the 22 Teraflops of GPU Performance, the 128GB of memory, or the 4TB of all-Flash storage, for starters. To cope with the heat generated by a computer bolted to the back of a 27-inch 5K Retina display, Apple has completely redesigned its thermal architecture from the inside out. The result? Around 75% better airflow, or to put it another way, more power.

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