Desktop Computers

Desktop Computers

Description
Description

Desktop computers are stationary computing devices typically consisting of a separate monitor, keyboard, mouse, and a tower or case that houses the computer's hardware. They come in various forms, including all-in-ones with integrated displays, compact mini-PCs, and powerful towers designed for gaming or professional tasks. Desktops are known for their high performance, upgradability, and customization options. Users can easily swap out components like the graphics card, RAM, or storage. They are commonly used for demanding tasks like video editing, gaming, and software development, offering robust processing power, larger storage capacities, and better cooling systems than their portable counterparts. Their versatility makes them suitable for both home and office settings.

History
History

Desktop computers started off as room-sized behemoths in the mid-20th century, accessible only to governments and large corporations. The 1970s and 1980s saw a dramatic reduction in size, with the personal computer (PC) revolution bringing them into homes and offices. Initially, they were used for basic tasks like word processing and simple games, but as technology advanced, so did their capabilities. In the 1990s and 2000s, desktops became the hub of connectivity and multimedia, handling everything from intensive gaming to complex graphic design. Over the years, they've evolved from clunky, noisy boxes to sleek, powerful machines, integral to both work and entertainment.

Future
Future

Desktop computers will likely continue to evolve, becoming more powerful and compact. With trends leaning towards minimalism, the bulky towers of old may give way to smaller, more integrated systems. Advances in technology could lead to even more seamless and immersive virtual and augmented reality experiences, particularly in gaming and professional simulations. Desktops might also become more modular, allowing users to easily upgrade individual components without needing technical expertise. As sustainability becomes increasingly important, eco-friendly materials and energy-efficient designs will become standard. Despite the rise of portable devices, desktops will remain the powerhouse choice for high-performance computing and complex tasks in both professional and entertainment realms.

Common Questions
Common Questions
What should you look for in a desktop computer?

When purchasing a desktop computer be mindful of what you intend to use the computer for and create a budget for it. Decide if a laptop or desktop would be a better fit, look at the specs that the computer offers like the processor, RAM, hard drive, graphics, and potential software included.

How long does a desktop computer last?

A desktop computer typically lasts between 3 to 5 years. If it is properly maintained it can last more than 10 years. The factors that change the length of a desktop computer’s lifetime are its maintenance, cooling system, and daily use. If a PC is used daily it will wear down much sooner than if it is only used occasionally.

How many watts does a desktop computer use?

A desktop computer generally uses between 60 to 250 watts depending if it is on sleep mode or in active use. When a desktop computer is in sleep mode it uses about 20 percent of the power it generally uses when it is in use. A laptop consumes 15 to 45 watts while a 22-inch LCD monitors uses about 25 watts.

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20.8” | 52.9 cm
8.58” | 21.8 cm
17.7” | 45 cm
39.7 lb | 18 kg
2019
Apple Mac Pro (2019)
52.900
21.800
45.000
18.000
2019.00
1400
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Apple Mac Pro (2019)3D model of the Apple Mac Pro (2019) viewed in perspective3D model of the Apple Mac Pro (2019) viewed in perspective
13.6” | 34.5 cm
9.6” | 24.4 cm
10.9” | 27.7 cm
16.5 lb | 7.5 kg
January 24, 1984
Apple Macintosh 128K
34.500
24.400
27.700
7.500
1984.00
1060
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Apple Macintosh 128KView of the Apple Macintosh 128K (1984) in 3D available for downloadView of the Apple Macintosh 128K (1984) in 3D available for download
21.0”-25.7” | 53.3-65.3 cm
28.3” | 71.8 cm
9.3” | 23.6 cm
16.49 lb | 7.48 kg
2019
Apple Pro Display XDR
53.300
71.800
23.600
7.480
2019.00
2000
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17.7” | 45 cm
20.8” | 52.8 cm
6.9” | 17.5 cm
12.5 lb | 5.66 kg
March 19, 2019
Apple iMac 21.5" (2019)
45.000
52.800
17.500
5.660
2019.00
13700
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Apple iMac 21.5" (2019)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac 21.5” (2019)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac 21.5” (2019)
18.15” | 46.1 cm
21.54” | 54.7 cm
5.79” | 14.7 cm
9.88 lb | 4.48 kg
April 20, 2021
Apple iMac 24” (2021)
46.100
54.700
14.700
4.480
2021.00
16000
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Apple iMac 24” (2021)3D model of the Apple iMac 24” (2021) viewed in perspective3D model of the Apple iMac 24” (2021) viewed in perspective
20.3” | 51.6 cm
25.6” | 65 cm
8” | 20.3 cm
20.8 lb | 9.44 kg
March 19, 2019
Apple iMac 27" (2019)
51.600
65.000
20.300
9.440
2019.00
15200
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Apple iMac 27" (2019)3D model of the Apple iMac 27” (2019) viewed in perspective3D model of the Apple iMac 27” (2019) viewed in perspective
18.5” | 46.9 cm
19.1” | 48.5 cm
7.4” | 18.9 cm
20 lb | 9.1 kg
August 7, 2007
Apple iMac Aluminum - 20”
46.900
48.500
18.900
9.100
2007.00
500
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Apple iMac Aluminum - 20”Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac Aluminum - 20” (2007)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac Aluminum - 20” (2007)
20.5” | 52 cm
22.4” | 56.9 cm
8.1" | 20.6 cm
25.4 lb | 11.5 kg
August 7, 2007
Apple iMac Aluminum - 24”
52.000
56.900
20.600
11.500
2007.00
500
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Apple iMac Aluminum - 24”3D model of the Apple iMac Aluminum - 24” (2007) viewed in perspective3D model of the Apple iMac Aluminum - 24” (2007) viewed in perspective
17.75” | 45.1 cm
20.8” | 52.8 cm
7.42” | 18.8 cm
20.5 lb | 9.3 kg
October 20, 2009
Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 21.5”
45.100
52.800
18.800
9.300
2009.00
1035
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Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 21.5”View of the Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 21.5” (2009) in 3D available for downloadView of the Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 21.5” (2009) in 3D available for download
20.4” | 51.7 cm
25.6” | 65 cm
8.15” | 20.7 cm
30.5 lb | 13.8 kg
October 20, 2009
Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 27”
51.700
65.000
20.700
13.800
2009.00
1035
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Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 27”Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 27” (2009)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 27” (2009)
15.8” | 40.1 cm
15.2” | 38.6 cm
17.6” | 44.7 cm
38.1 lb | 18.1 kg
April 14, 1999
Apple iMac G3
40.100
38.600
44.700
18.100
1999.00
7000
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Apple iMac G3Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac G3 (1998)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac G3 (1998)
12.95”-20” | 32.9-50.9 cm
15.1”-16.3” | 38.3-41.5 cm
10.6”-16.3” | 27-41.5 cm
21.3 lb | 9.7 kg
September 8, 2003
Apple iMac G4 - 15”
50.900
41.500
41.500
9.700
2003.00
2950
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Apple iMac G4 - 15”3D model of the Apple iMac G4 - 15” (2002) viewed in perspective3D model of the Apple iMac G4 - 15” (2002) viewed in perspective
13.03”-20” | 33.1-50.9 cm
16.7”-17.7” | 42.3-44.9 cm
10.6”-16.7” | 27-42.3 cm
22.8 lb | 10.4 kg
September 8, 2003
Apple iMac G4 - 17”
50.900
44.900
42.300
10.400
2003.00
2950
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Apple iMac G4 - 17”View of the Apple iMac G4 - 17” (2002) in 3D available for downloadView of the Apple iMac G4 - 17” (2002) in 3D available for download
13.93”-20.9” | 35.4-53 cm
20.9” | 53.1 cm
10.6”-17.3” | 27-43.9 cm
40.1 lb | 18.2 kg
November 18, 2003
Apple iMac G4 - 20”
53.000
53.100
43.900
18.200
2003.00
2950
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Apple iMac G4 - 20”Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac G4 - 20” (2002)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac G4 - 20” (2002)
16.9” | 43 cm
16.8” | 42.6 cm
6.8” | 17.3 cm
18.5 lb | 8.4 kg
August 31, 2004
Apple iMac G5 - 17”
43.000
42.600
17.300
8.400
2004.00
2250
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Apple iMac G5 - 17”3D model of the Apple iMac G5 - 17” (2004) viewed in perspective3D model of the Apple iMac G5 - 17” (2004) viewed in perspective
18.6” | 47.2 cm
19.4” | 49.3 cm
7.4” | 18.9 cm
25.2 lb | 11.4 kg
August 31, 2004
Apple iMac G5 - 20”
47.200
49.300
18.900
11.400
2004.00
2250
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Apple iMac G5 - 20”View of the Apple iMac G5 - 20” (2004) in 3D available for downloadView of the Apple iMac G5 - 20” (2004) in 3D available for download
16.9” | 43 cm
16.8” | 42.6 cm
6.8” | 17.3 cm
15.5 lb | 7 kg
September 6, 2006
Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 17”
43.000
42.600
17.300
7.000
2006.00
420
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Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 17”Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 17” (2006)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 17” (2006)
18.6” | 47.2 cm
19.4” | 49.3 cm
7.4” | 18.9 cm
22 lb | 10 kg
September 6, 2006
Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 20”
47.200
49.300
18.900
10.000
2006.00
420
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Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 20”3D model of the Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 20” (2006) viewed in perspective3D model of the Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 20” (2006) viewed in perspective
20.6” | 52.3 cm
22.6” | 57.4 cm
8.1” | 20.7 cm
24.7 lb | 11.2 kg
September 6, 2006
Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 24”
52.300
57.400
20.700
11.200
2006.00
420
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Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 24”View of the Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 24” (2006) in 3D available for downloadView of the Apple iMac Intel Plastic - 24” (2006) in 3D available for download
20.3” | 51.6 cm
25.6” | 65 cm
8” | 20.3 cm
21.5 lb | 9.7 kg
December 14, 2017
Apple iMac Pro
51.600
65.000
20.300
9.700
2017.00
28500
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Apple iMac ProView of the Apple iMac Pro (2017) in 3D available for downloadView of the Apple iMac Pro (2017) in 3D available for download
17.7” | 45 cm
20.8” | 52.8 cm
6.9” | 17.5 cm
12.5 lb | 5.68 kg
October 13, 2015
Apple iMac Retina - 21.5”
45.000
52.800
17.500
5.680
2015.00
130
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Apple iMac Retina - 21.5”Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac Retina - 21.5” (2015)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Apple iMac Retina - 21.5” (2015)
20.3” | 51.6 cm
25.6” | 65 cm
8" | 20.3 cm
21 lb | 9.54 kg
October 13, 2015
Apple iMac Retina - 27”
51.600
65.000
20.300
9.540
2015.00
130
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Apple iMac Retina - 27”3D model of the Apple iMac Retina - 27” (2015) viewed in perspective3D model of the Apple iMac Retina - 27” (2015) viewed in perspective
17.7” | 45 cm
20.8” | 52.8 cm
6.9” | 17.5 cm
12.5 lb | 5.68 kg
October 23, 2012
Apple iMac Slim - 21.5”
45.000
52.800
17.500
5.680
2012.00
1330
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Apple iMac Slim - 21.5”3D model of the Apple iMac Slim - 21.5” (2012) viewed in perspective3D model of the Apple iMac Slim - 21.5” (2012) viewed in perspective
20.3” | 51.6 cm
25.6” | 65 cm
8" | 20.3 cm
21 lb | 9.54 kg
October 23, 2012
Apple iMac Slim - 27”
51.600
65.000
20.300
9.540
2012.00
1330
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Apple iMac Slim - 27”View of the Apple iMac Slim - 27” (2012) in 3D available for downloadView of the Apple iMac Slim - 27” (2012) in 3D available for download
3.74” | 9.5 cm
7.76” | 19.7 cm
7.76” | 19.7 cm
5.95, 7.94 lb | 2.7, 3.6 kg
March 18, 2022
Mac Studio
9.500
19.700
1.970
3.600
2022.00
227000
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Apple iMac G5 - 17” (2004)
Front and side view illustrations of the Apple iMac G5 - 17” (2004) dimensioned with width, height, depth, and resolution

The Apple iMac G5 17" is the smaller variation desktop computer designed by Apple and was sold from August 2004 to March 2006. It was the last iMac to use the PowerPC processor making it the last model that could run Mac OS 9. The Apple iMac G5 is enclosed in white polycarbonate, has a widescreen display, and originally came with 256 MB of memory.

Its introduction caused it to become the world’s thinnest desktop computer with a depth of 2 inches. It integrates the entire computer into a flat panel display. The iMac G5 redefined the design of the standard desktop computer.

The Apple iMac G5 17” (2004) has a height of 16.9” (43 cm), width of 16.8” (42.6 cm), depth of 6.8” (17.3 cm), and weighs 18.5 lb (8.4 kg). The screen size is 17” (43.2 cm) with a resolution of 1440 x 900 px.

Illustrations of the Apple iMac G5 - 17” (2004) viewed from the back and top
The Apple iMac G5 17" is the smaller variation desktop computer designed by Apple and was sold from August 2004 to March 2006. It was the last iMac to use the PowerPC processor making it the last model that could run Mac OS 9. The Apple iMac G5 is enclosed in white polycarbonate with a widescreen.

The Apple iMac G5 17” (2004) has a height of 16.9” (43 cm), width of 16.8” (42.6 cm), depth of 6.8” (17.3 cm), and weighs 18.5 lb (8.4 kg). The screen size is 17” (43.2 cm) with a resolution of 1440 x 900 px.

Illustrations of the Apple iMac G5 - 17” (2004) viewed from the back and top
Apple iMac G5 - 17” (2004)
Height:
16.9” | 43 cm
Width:
16.8” | 42.6 cm
Length:
Depth:
6.8” | 17.3 cm
Display Size
17” | 43.2 cm
Resolution
1440 x 900 px
Weight:
18.5 lb | 8.4 kg
Area:

Discontinued: May 3, 2005

Storage
80 GB
Designer
Apple
Release
August 31, 2004

Drawings include:
Apple iMac G5 - 17” (2004) front elevation, back, side, plan, views with mouse and keyboard

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Apple iMac Retina - 27” (2015)
Front and side view illustrations of the Apple iMac Retina - 27” (2015) dimensioned with width, height, depth, and resolution

The Apple iMac (2015) 27" is a the larger variation of the iMac workstation designed by Apple and is part of the 5th generation of iMacs. This model was released in October of 2015. It features a 4K resolution display with fast processors and Thunderbolt 2.

The keyboard, mouse, and trackpad all have rechargeable batteries and lighting connectors. It has a memory of 8 GB and can have a 1 TB or 2 TB of drive storage. It supports FaceTime, Wifi and Bluetooth connectivity, and dual microphones. It also comes with a Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2. It has the macOS Sierra operating system.

The Apple iMac Retina 27” (2015) has a height of 20.3” (51.6 cm), width of 25.6” (65 cm), depth of 8" (20.3 cm), and weighs 21 lb (9.54 kg). The screen size is 27” (68.6 cm) with a resolution of 5120 x 2880 px.

Illustrations of the Apple iMac Retina - 27” (2015) viewed from the back and top
The Apple iMac (2015) 27" is a the larger variation of the iMac workstation designed by Apple and is part of the 5th generation of iMacs. This model was released in October of 2015. It features a 4K resolution display with fast processors and Thunderbolt 2.

The Apple iMac Retina 27” (2015) has a height of 20.3” (51.6 cm), width of 25.6” (65 cm), depth of 8" (20.3 cm), and weighs 21 lb (9.54 kg). The screen size is 27” (68.6 cm) with a resolution of 5120 x 2880 px.

Illustrations of the Apple iMac Retina - 27” (2015) viewed from the back and top
Apple iMac Retina - 27” (2015)
Height:
20.3” | 51.6 cm
Width:
25.6” | 65 cm
Length:
Depth:
8" | 20.3 cm
Display Size
27” | 68.6 cm
Resolution
5120 x 2880 px
Weight:
21 lb | 9.54 kg
Area:

Discontinued: June 5, 2017

Storage
1, 2 TB
Designer
Apple
Release
October 13, 2015

Drawings include:
Apple iMac Retina - 27” (2015) front elevation, back, side, plan, views with mouse and keyboard

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Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 21.5” (2009)
Set of dimensioned front and side views of the iMac Aluminum Unibody 21.5” (2009) with width, height, depth, and resolution

The Apple iMac (2009) 21.5" is the smaller workstation developed by Apple and is part of 3rd generation of iMacs released in 2009. The design of this iMac is a depart from the plastic back of the previous iMac models. The plastic back has been replaced with a single piece of aluminum providing the unibody look.

The model comes with built-in stereo speakers and a built-in microphone. Its design features an LED-backlit glossy widescreen and supports millions of colors. It also has a built-in iSight camera, has a typical viewing angle of 178 degrees horizontal or 178 degrees vertical. It features arsenic-free display glass and is PVC-free.

The Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody 21.5” (2009) has a height of 17.75” (45.1 cm), width of 20.8” (52.8 cm), depth of 7.42” (18.8 cm), and weighs 20.5 lb (9.3 kg). The screen size is 21.5” (54.6 cm) with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 px.

Pair of scaled drawings of the Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 21.5” (2009) from the back and plan views
The Apple iMac (2009) 21.5" is the smaller workstation developed by Apple and is part of 3rd generation of iMacs released in 2009. The design of this iMac is a depart from the plastic back of the previous iMac models. The plastic back has been replaced with a single piece of aluminum unibody.

The Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody 21.5” (2009) has a height of 17.75” (45.1 cm), width of 20.8” (52.8 cm), depth of 7.42” (18.8 cm), and weighs 20.5 lb (9.3 kg). The screen size is 21.5” (54.6 cm) with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 px.

Pair of scaled drawings of the Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 21.5” (2009) from the back and plan views
Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 21.5” (2009)
Height:
17.75” | 45.1 cm
Width:
20.8” | 52.8 cm
Length:
Depth:
7.42” | 18.8 cm
Display Size
21.5” | 54.6 cm
Resolution
1920 x 1080 px
Weight:
20.5 lb | 9.3 kg
Area:

Discontinued: July 27, 2010

Storage
500 GB, 1 TB
Designer
Apple
Release
October 20, 2009

Drawings include:
Apple iMac Aluminum Unibody - 21.5” (2009) front elevation, back, side, plan, views with mouse and keyboard

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Apple Pro Display XDR (2019)
Size comparison diagram of the Apple Pro Display XDR (2019) to a person and standard desk

The Apple Pro Display XDR (2019) is a high-end professional LED computer monitor that combines extreme brightness, clarity, and accuracy with the ability to easily rotate the display from landscape to portrait mode. Claimed by Apple to be ‘the world’s best pro display,’ the Apple Pro Display XDR is the first ever 32” Retina 6k display with a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, an HDR range over a billion colors, 218 ppi, and a resolution of 6016 x 3384. The Apple Pro Display XDR is designed with a custom aluminum enclosure that increases airflow while reducing weight. The Apple Pro Display XDR has an adjustable overall height.

The Apple Pro Display XDR (2019) has an adjustable height of 21.0”-25.7” (53.3-65.3 cm), width of 28.3” (71.8 cm), depth of 9.3” (23.6 cm), and weighs 16.49 lb (7.48 kg). The Apple Pro Display XDR (2019) was released in 2019.

Front and back elevation drawings of the Apple Pro Display XDR (2019) with resolutions and dimensions for height and width
The Apple Pro Display XDR (2019) is a high-end professional LED computer monitor that combines extreme brightness, clarity, and accuracy with the ability to easily rotate the display from landscape to portrait mode.

The Apple Pro Display XDR (2019) has an adjustable height of 21.0”-25.7” (53.3-65.3 cm), width of 28.3” (71.8 cm), depth of 9.3” (23.6 cm), and weighs 16.49 lb (7.48 kg). The Apple Pro Display XDR (2019) was released in 2019.

Front and back elevation drawings of the Apple Pro Display XDR (2019) with resolutions and dimensions for height and width
Apple Pro Display XDR (2019)
Height:
21.0”-25.7” | 53.3-65.3 cm
Width:
28.3” | 71.8 cm
Length:
Depth:
9.3” | 23.6 cm
Display Size
32" | 81.3 cm (Retina 6K)
Resolution
6016 x 3384; 218 ppi
Weight:
16.49 lb | 7.48 kg
Area:

Display
Depth (Screen):
1.1” | 2.7 cm
Height (Screen): 16.2” | 41.2 cm

Stand
Width:
7.1” | 18 cm
Height:
17” | 43.3 cm
Depth:
9.3” | 23.6 cm
Weight:
9.5 lb | 4.3 kg

Designer
Apple
Release
2019

Drawings include:
Apple Pro Display XDR (2019) front elevation, back, side (multiple positions), plan (with Apple Mac Pro and accessories), front (person and desk)

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Mac Studio (2022)
Series of scaled illustrations comparing the size of the Mac Studio to other related Mac desktop computers

Many people agree that the Apple Mac Studio is specially designed for creative professionals. This is because it has a lot of port selections, is meant to sit on a desk, and is powered by M1 Ultrachip, which gives it immense performance and capabilities. It looks like the Mini Mac but is taller and more squared. It is also quieter. The Apple Mac Studio comes with support for four 6K Pro Display XDRs and the fastest Wi-Fi speeds (Wi-Fi 6). It runs on mac0S. Apple launched this monitor in the spring of 2022, replacing the 2019 Pro Display XDR and Thunderbolt Display with components made of recycled materials.

The Mac Studio has a height of 3.74” (9.5 cm), width of 7.76” (19.7 cm), depth of 7.76” (19.7 cm), and weighs 7.76” (19.7 cm). The storage capacity can be customized as 512 GB, 1, 2, 4, or 8 TB.

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Mac Studio measured with height, width, and depth
Many people agree that the Apple Mac Studio is specially designed for creative professionals. This is because it has a lot of port selections, is meant to sit on a desk, and is powered by M1 Ultrachip, which gives it immense performance and capabilities. It looks similar to the Mini Mac.

The Mac Studio has a height of 3.74” (9.5 cm), width of 7.76” (19.7 cm), depth of 7.76” (19.7 cm), and weighs 7.76” (19.7 cm). The storage capacity can be customized as 512 GB, 1, 2, 4, or 8 TB.

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Mac Studio measured with height, width, and depth
Mac Studio (2022)
Height:
3.74” | 9.5 cm
Width:
7.76” | 19.7 cm
Length:
Depth:
7.76” | 19.7 cm
Weight:
5.95, 7.94 lb | 2.7, 3.6 kg
Area:
512 GB, 1, 2, 4, 8 TB
Designer
Apple
Release
March 18, 2022

Drawings include:
Mac Studio front elevation, back, side

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