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Mac Pro Go Case

The Mac Pro gets spec bump after 3 years; Mac Pro Go Case is here to protect it.

Posted Apr 02, 2017

From MacRumors: it looks as though the Mac Pro has another year to go before getting a major update. Today

Apple announced a spec bump, though, with no changes to the hardware.

Videographers, photographers, and anyone else who needs to transport the Mac Pro can slip the computer into the Mac Pro Go Case to protect it from nicks and bumps. A comfortable shoulder strap makes it easy to take along.

"...This bag makes all the difference in my ability to transport my Mac Pro with ease and peace of mind. Its strap, keyboard slot, compartment sleeve, and its sleek and sturdy design make it a must-have for any Mac Pro owner." - Andrew W.

"...You still need a display but I can fit my keyboard mouse and all the cables I need in the bag and it rides well over my shoulder with my backpack. We have used this to take the Mac Pro to performances too. Very nice and no other alternative I have seen is as good. Own two of these and have had one for more than a year." -Martin B.

"Extremely versatile, well-built and it makes a desktop portable. I fit the following in it: Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, power cord, HDMI cable, 3D mouse and a thunderbolt portable drive. This case is truly a great purchase." - Daniel L.

Enjoy today's Mac Pro, and take it anywhere you go!

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