If The Mac Pro and iMac Had a Child, This Would Be It
Mar 04, 2014 13:13
This is the iPro, and it is the spawn of an iMac and Mac Pro with a 35 inch display created by Swiss designer Kurt Merki Jr. It is pure beauty!
Swiss designer Kurt Merki Jr. thought it would be cool to mix the iMac with the Mac Pro into one. Could we see something like this in the future?
In his own words:
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 touchtyping software I could not help myself exploring the rest of th 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.
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