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Samsung released a $1,200 Mac Pro clone while we were talking about exploding Notes

This Samsung Mac Pro lookalike is already available on Amazon for preorder. It seems that Samsung launched it earlier this week, but everyone was simply too busy with Samsung's more popular exploding Galaxy Note 7 to notice a desktop PC that's basically a Mac Pro clone. DON’T MISS: The battery in a Samsung phone burst in our office, and it wasn’t a Note 7 There’s absolutely nothing wrong with the trash can design in the image above.
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