As long as you get to define "pro model" and "plenty of ports" then sure.
I guess it wasn't clear to you but the context is obviously laptops... and it seems pretty obvious a pro-model laptop IS the one with a lot of ports.
Or, duh, is called a "pro". In fact that alone would be definition enough for me, whatever laptop model Apple felt like attaching Pro to will have a lot of useful ports.
Of course, the topic was Macs, not just Mac notebooks,
The main topic was, not what I responded to. But then as we'll demonstrate in a moment you have no reading comprehension...
the current "Mac Pro" is the very definition of "not plenty of ports"
Well since you are obviously an idiot what's the point in saying anything further?
Mac pro ports:
"Designed with built-in Thunderbolt 2 (6!), USB 3 (4), Gigabit Ethernet(2), and HDMI 1.4 ports"
Who would not consider 6 thunderbolt2 ports alone "a lot of ports"?
Come back when you are substantially less retarded. I know I won't be waiting up.