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Originally Posted by lifeisabeach View Post
If anything, Thunderbolt makes the new Mac Pro more expandable.
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Originally Posted by pigoo3 View Post
Again...maybe so. But Thunderbolt has been out for a little over 2 years now...and I've really seen very very little mainstream implementation of Thunderbolt devices by the average user. About the only device that we commonly hear about in everyday conversation regarding "Thunderbolt" is the 27" Thunderbolt display. And even this device isn't going to be in the average Apple computer owners home...due to the steep $999 price tag.
Well by "more expandable", I meant in comparison to an SGI workstation.

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I realize that other Thunderbolt devices exist...but the average Apple computer user is not using or purchasing them.
The average user simply has no real need for Thunderbolt. But the new Mac Pro isn't for the average user either. If professionals really do take to the new Mac Pro, then I'd expect more TB peripherals to follow. I think there are enough options now to get what they need using TB now.


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