A new MacBook Pro completely maxed out will cost you more than $6,000

If you add all the hardware specs, that's Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro with new M1 Max chip.

This is quite a difference from the $2,499 starting price Apple announced at Monday's Apple Event.

What can you do with a computer that costs more than six-thousand dollars?

Let's start with the basics. Tim Cook and company presented the M1 Pro, its latest line of in-house processor chips, at Monday's Apple Event. The M1 Pro and M1 Max chips are more powerful, faster, and more efficient than ever. They are now available in the MacBook Pro's 14-inch and 16-inch models for the first time. The M1 was only previously available in the 13-inch MacBook Pros. Other models had to use Intel chips.

Apple took a long time to announce the new pricing for these devices. Mashable was prepared for the impact of the new MacBook Pros' new prices. The starting prices were somewhat predictable at $1,999 for a 14" Pro and $24,99 for a 16".

However, I knew that the best part of the pricing was when the Apple Store opened again and you could upgrade your hardware beyond the stock options.

Apple's 16-inch laptop, priced at $6,099, comes with its most powerful M1 chip, the M1 Max.

The base 16-inch MacBook Pro comes with the M1 Max chip, 32GB memory and a 1TB SSD for $3,499. This is the lowest price for the M1 Max chip.

Only 32GB and 64GB memory options are available for the M1 Max. This is a huge amount of power and it's not something that everyday users need. The M1 Pro is referred to as the "Pro", but the "Max" chip is the professional-level chip.

We're not at our limit, but we don't want to forget. For an additional $400, 64GB can be added to your storage. A 16-inch MacBook Pro with an M1 Max chip and 1TB is the maximum storage you can get. Maximum? The maximum? 8TB.

An 8TB internal solid state drive will cost you $2,200 more than the 1TB SSD.

Once you buy one, these computers cannot be upgraded. These computers cannot be opened up to add additional storage or upgraded RAM. You don't really need that much internal storage. If you require more storage, you can always take a small SSD drive with you.

If you add 64GB of memory and keep the 1TB internal drive, the cost will be $3,899. We're sticking with the 16-inch model, because creative professionals who use these computers need extra screen space.

It's still expensive, but it's not as high as the $6,099 16-inch MacBook Pro.

It's expensive, no matter what. It's better to hope that you get approved for the Apple Card.