Ever since Apple unveiled a new, cheese-grinded version of the Mac Pro for the first time, everyone wondered: how well would the Mac Pro actually work as a cheese grater with a value in excess of $ 6,000? Fortunately, we no longer have to wait, thanks to YouTube Winston Moy, who has edited a replica of Apple's new Mac Pro case to answer the question once and for all.
It is not surprising that it does not do a great job. This makes sense, because the Mac Pro was not even designed for grating cheeses remotely. It's designed to release air from the inside of the Mac Pro and not to turn hard cheese into shredded pieces to garnish a bowl of noodles Mac Pro lattice. It takes a lot of effort to bring Apple's design to a much smaller scale, which helps to put into perspective the technical progress in creating the case for the actual computer. Even so, even if our joint Mac Pro cheese rubbing dreams have died an early death, there is some consolation: Moy goes on to show that the design makes an excellent stand for a bar of soap.