The iMac Pro is a powerful all-in-one machine, but it also comes saddled with a pretty high price tag. So if you have been waiting to pick one up with a slight discount, Apple may have a solution.
In the United States and Canada, Apple began selling the iMac Pro in refurbished units in the online storefront. As is par for the course with Apple selling refurbished units, there is a slight price discount over the full retail price, and the company is offering a variety of different options to choose from, from the 8-core all the way up to the 18-core option.
The 8-core model, with 32GB of RAM, 1TB of built-in storage, and Radeon Pro Vega 56 graphics processor with 8GB of HBM2 memory is priced at $4,249.00, which will save you 15% –or $750.00– off the full retail of that particular model. The top-of-the-line model, with 128GB of RAM and 2TB of built-in storage, is priced at $8,159.00.
Here is how Apple describes its certified refurbished devices:
“We test and certify all Apple refurbished products and include a 1-year warranty.
All refurbished Mac models include a power adapter / cord and a new white box.
Supply is limited and availability is guaranteed once we receive your full payment.”
As a quick refresher, the iMac Pro offers a 27-inch 5K display and it’s designed to be workhorse, including virtual reality content creation, heavy video and graphics editing, and real-time 3D rendering. The models can be configured to your liking, based on what you might want or need, all the way up to an 18-core design, 4TB of built-in storage, and 128GB of RAM.
You can head through the source link below to peruse the refurbished stock of iMac Pro units if you are looking for a new desktop machine.
15% might not seem like a lot, but when you’re dealing with a machine that’s priced as high as the iMac Pro is, it’s definitely worth a second look if you’ve already been eyeing one of these powerful computers. Of course, you can now buy the Space Gray iMac Pro accessories separately from the desktop, so maybe customers don’t need to fork over the thousands of extra cash for the whole kit if they can avoid it.
Are you planning on picking up a refurbished unit?[via Apple]