Price difference

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by superted666, Apr 5, 2007.

  1. superted666 Guest

    superted666

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    Wow,

    Allthough not a common scenario i thought i would price up the best mac pro choosing all the best options except software.

    On the US store it came to around $14k which is roughly £7k if you do the same for the uk store you get it for £11k which is about $22.

    I was aware we paid a little more anyway but thats just awfull, you could fly to america and bring one back for that and have a 2 week holiday with money left over!!!!
     
  2. edesignuk Moderator emeritus

    edesignuk

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    That's what happens when you have an insanely weak $, coupled with the fact we've always just paid a little more anyway. Right now $1 = 50p :rolleyes:

    Apple (and not just Apple, everyone else is guilty as hell here too - I'm looking at you Microsoft with Vista!) should be taking this in to account with their pricing. None of them can claim currency fluctuations. The $ has been worth zip for at least a year.

    It's bull****.
     

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