Apple's Mac Pro maxes out at over $50,000, Microsoft reveals Xbox Series X
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Apple's new Mac Pro is available for order now, though the price of the entry level configuration is 5999.
If you go with all the many upgrades, the powerhouse computer tops out at more than $50,000 and that doesn't include software or even a display.
Some of the pricey Mac Pro upgrades include seven grand for a 2.5 gigahertz 28 core Intel Xeon w processor and $25,000 for 1.5 terabytes of RAM.
If you want wheels on the tower that'll cost you $400 YouTube says it will intensify harassment policies on its site, including removing videos that insult people based on race, gender or sexual orientation.
Whether the victim is a private figure or famous.
Personal threats, even ones that are implied will be prohibited and Video Creators with a pattern of harassing behavior.
Could be prevented from making money with their videos.
And finally, Microsoft has announced their next console the Xbox series X, previously referred to as project Scarlet that will debut next holiday though we don't have any current pricing information.
The new console resembles a mid size PC tower that can rest vertically or horizontally.
Microsoft says it will be backwards compatible and all Xbox 1 accessories will also work with the new hardware.
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