Apple has also announced the new Mac Studio, a hybrid of the Mac Mini and Mac Pro, as it is larger than the Mac Mini with higher Mac Pro capabilities.

Its screen size is the same as the Mac Mini, but it is higher at 9.40cm, with such a height, Apple claims that users can put it under many monitors without intelligence. The core of Mac Studio is that it has a chip option up to the M1 Ultra, a new chip that Apple announced at last night’s event. With this new chip, Apple claims that Mac Studio is faster than most high-end Mac Pro models currently on sale, and still maintains good sound quality despite heavy workloads.

On the back, Mac Studio is equipped with four Thunderbolt 4 ports along with 10Gb Ethernet ports, two USB-A ports, one HDMI port and a headphone jack. On the front, it comes with two USB-C ports (10Gbps for M1 Max models and 40Gbps / Thunderbolt 4 for M1 Ultra models) along with an SD Card slot.

The new Mac Studio can support up to 4 Pro Display XDR monitors with one 4K TV, meaning it can connect to up to 5 monitors at a time.

For performance, Apple claims that Mac Studio with M1 Max has up to 50% faster CPU speed than Mac Pro with Xeon 16-Core CPU and 2.5 times faster than the 27-inch iMac with Core i9 10-Core CPU. Apple claims that the M1 Ultra is 3.8 times faster than the 27-inch iMac and 90% faster than the Mac Pro 16-Core CPU.

For key features, the M1 Ultra has a 20-Core CPU, with 16-Core High-performance and 4-Core Efficiency to save power. At the same time, it has a 64-Core GPU and a 32-Core Neural Engine.

In the United States, Apple’s starting price is $ 1,999 for the Mac Studio model using the M1 Max chip and up to $ 3,999 for the M1 Ultra model.