By: Adam Scheck
The Pro Display XDR from Apple came with the new Mac Pro. This computer is outstanding for video creators, editors, and more. But, the Mac Pro starts at $5,999 and can go all the way up to $54,000. So, you are able to just buy the display that is for the Mac Pro, but it isn’t cheap either. The Pro Display XDR is a 32-inch IPS LCD display. It is outstanding for people in the design or video industry, but not much more. This display is not meant for everyday usage, but it can be used for that as well. It comes in two different models, a Standard glass model and a Nano-texture glass model. The Standard glass model starts at $5999 and the Nano-texture glass model starts at $6999. The stands for the monitors are not included. The Pro Stand is an extra $1000, or you can buy your own stand and just get the VESA mount adapter, worth $199. The Pro Stand is able to turn and become a vertical screen. The monitor has USB-C ports and Thunderbolt 3 ports. In my opinion, you should only get the Pro Display XDR if you are a professional in the design or video industry. Otherwise, you could probably find a better, cheaper alternative.
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