SSD on top iMac is 100$ more than on middle and base!?

Discussion in 'iMac' started by Darajavahus, Jun 8, 2017.

  1. Darajavahus macrumors member

    Darajavahus

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    The top iMac have 2TB Fusion Drive and the middle and base one 1TB Fusion Drive, but if you change them both to 2TB (beside the fact that the middle one with 2TB i so not worthed when that makes it only 100$ less from top...)
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    so they all three have the same 2TB Fusion Drive
    then you see that from there going to 512GB SSD on base and middle is +100$ on both
    but on the top one it is +200$, the 1TB SSD also is 100$ more,
    check it out, think about it,
    that pisses me off so much, that's soo wrong, right?
     

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  2. guibo macrumors member

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    there is already a topic about this. some people are claiming the low and middle overcharge for the 2TB upgrade by 100$, that's why the upgrades beyond that are 100$ cheaper. different perspective.
     
  3. Moriarty macrumors 6502

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    On the other hand, the mid-range model (with upgrades to 2 TB Fusion and i7) and the high-end model with the i7 upgrade cost the same $2499. But the high-end model comes with a better GPU.

    The pricing is a little bit odd, and I wish there were options for somewhat slower (but cheaper) SSDs. But the new iMacs are pretty good value, especially considering the best GPU is no longer a BTO upgrade.
     
  4. Shivetya macrumors 65816

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    Apple is trying to steer you in a certain direction
     
  5. Richard Mille macrumors newbie

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    In the U.K. It costs £90 to add the 256Gb SSD. it is strange you get paid to choose it in the US.
     

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