Is it a remote control Mac Pro? No, the $ 400 wheels don’t have a brake

The original Mac Pro accessories have gone viral for their high price and both the base that holds the new XDR screen and the wheels of the Mac Pro have starred in more than one meme. The official wheels are now availableIt even seems that soon you will be able to install them yourself, and again the jokes are hanging over them.

As MKBHD has shown in a recently published review, the super expensive wheels on the Mac Pro don’t have a locking mechanism, which could be a major problem if a ‌Mac Pro‌ equipped with these wheels is placed on a slightly inclined area.

The Mac Pro without brakes

That a team of this size and weight has built-in wheels can be a great solution in professional environments. Apple offers its special wheels, with an exquisite design and that cost 400 dollars, or 480 euros in Spain. However it seems that they forgot to add a braking system to avoid making your Mac Pro look like a remote control car.

#protip don’t get the wheels if you keep this thing on your desk. There’s no locks. pic.twitter.com/NfkqQiNKYC

– Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) February 26, 2020

As we can see, if the ground is somewhat sloping and slippery, your 7,000 euro Mac Pro could just roll completely out of control. And as expected, jokes and trolls have not stopped appearing responding to this video.

. @ MKBHD One More Thing… pic.twitter.com/ySZBJp2NCy

– ᴺᴼᵀ Jony Ive (@JonyIveParody) February 26, 2020

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– ☢☠Kiᴝⓖ – ❤️✊? (@OxKing) February 26, 2020

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Without a doubt, this is something that can be a problem for many, although we hope that the rude Mac Pro is not too sensitive to unevenness. No we know how steep the MKBHD floor is, but if you were thinking of buying these wheels, you should still think about it before.

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