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96台の MacBook Pro Retina をラックに詰め込んでみた

何のテストなのかまったくわかりませんけど、96台の MacBook Pro Retina を購入して1つのラックに納めている様子がブログに紹介されているそうです。 https://simbimbo.wordpress.com/2015/07/24/well-im-at-it-again-this-time-with-macbook-pros/
少しだけ MacBook Pro の蓋を開けておけるクサビを作って、1Uに3台の MacBook Pro を納めているとのこと。いったいなにをしているのかもわかりませんし、この96台がこの後どうなるのかもわかりませんが、なにやら勢いだけはすごいですよね。
1台ほしいですww
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