When Apple launched its Mac Pro in December 2019, it induced a collective gasp by pricing the optional wheels at $400. Then it induced another, bigger gasp by pricing them at $699 if you buy them separately.
Now, OWC has introduced a significantly cheaper solution: the Rover Pro wheels, which are fully compatible with the Mac Pro and cost $199 (a temporary discount, down from $249.99). Honestly, normally that price would’ve induced a gasp from us as well, but we’re all out of gasps, and Apple’s wheels are so incredibly pricy that two hundred bucks for a set of wheels actually sounds like a bargain.
The OWC Rover Pro wheels offer quick, tool-less installation, a vibration-absorbing silicone rubber pad, 360-degree movement, wheel stops, and a stainless-steel design that matches the Mac Pro.
And, of course, you get the peace of mind that comes with not spending $400 or $700 on a set of computer wheels.
The OWC Rover Pro wheels are currently available for pre-order, and are expected to ship in September.