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From the side, the Mac Pro is about as Apple as they come. Huge, honkin' Apple logo? Check. Cold, hard stainless steel? Check. Precisely milled aluminum slabs? Check.

Around back, we spot some ports: a 3.5 mm audio jack, two Thunderbolt/USB-C ports, two USB-As, two HDMIs, two 10 Gb Ethernets, and a run-of-the-mill C14 power plug.

Ports are cool, but we're more excited about what's behind all that black plastic: eight PCIe slots, which add up to more upgradability than we've seen from any Apple product in a long time.

From above, you can spot two more USB-Cs and what looks like an inconspicuous power LED to the left of the power button.

We already got a look at the Mac Pro's two primary handles, but what's this third one up top?

Maybe it opens the computer? Nah, it can't be that easy.

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