Importantly, you don't have to give up the Mac Pro's default feet like you do with the official wheels. The Rover Pro kit attaches to the feet with a "few hand twists," OWC said. And did we mention there are included wheel stops, so your premium workstation won't roll away on its own?


The Rover Pro wheels should arrive in September. They're still not a trivial purchase, but they're considerably easier to justify if you're still cost-conscious (yes, even for a $5,999+ tower) and want a way to quickly shuttle your Mac Pro around a movie set or music studio.


Resource: engadget.com


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OWC's cheap Mac Pro wheels are still pretty expensive

Importantly, you don't have to give up the Mac Pro's default feet like you do with the official wheels. The Rover Pro kit attaches to the feet with a "few hand twists," OWC said. And did we mention there are included wheel stops, so your premium workstation won't roll away on its own?


The Rover Pro wheels should arrive in September. They're still not a trivial purchase, but they're considerably easier to justify if you're still cost-conscious (yes, even for a $5,999+ tower) and want a way to quickly shuttle your Mac Pro around a movie set or music studio.


Resource: engadget.com


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