Apple Mac Studio
Apple Mac Studio runs on a new processor dubbed the M1 Ultra, the flagship in-house chipset. There is another lower variant too which runs on the M1 Max processor. The computer is targeted at professionals in the field of 3D modelling, animation, or any other graphics and performance-intensive applications.
It is housed in a 7.7×7.7×3.7-inch package and is capable to relay output to up to five screens at the same time.
Connectivity options include one 10Gb Ethernet port, one audio jack, one HDMI port, two USB A ports, and four Thunderbolt 4 ports on the rear; an SD card slot and two USB C ports on the front. Bluetooth 5.0 and Wifi 6 are built-in.
The M1 Max model features a 10-core CPU, 16-core neural engine, 24-core GPU (extendable up to 32 cores), 32GB unified memory (expandable up to 64GB), 400GBps bandwidth, and 512GB storage (other options include 1/2/4/8TB).
The M1 Ultra variant of the Mac Studio features a 20-core CPU, 48-core neural engine, 32-core GPU (extendable up to 64 cores), 64GB unified memory (expandable up to 128GB), 800GBps bandwidth, and 1TB storage (other options include 2/4/8TB).
Mac Studio will be available from March 18. Pricing starts at ₹1,89,900 for the M1 Max model and ₹3,89,900 for the M1 Ultra variant.
Apple Studio Display
Apple Studio Display features an ultra HD retina display. It is a 27-inch monitor with 5K support, A13 Bionic, and a 12MP ultra-wide camera. It will be available from March 18 for ₹1,59,900.