The Apple store already has them listed as starting at 3000.00 so Engadget is just repeating the starting/base price which has been listed for a month or more. The question is what are all the upgrades gonna cost.. and when DOES IT ACTUALLY GO ON SALE!!!!
Well, it's all basically not-off-the-shelf tech, so you'd definitely be taking a leap of faith purchasing the thing right out of the gate -- which won't prevent people from getting it nonetheless ;-)
I'm really interested to see what the BTO pricing really will be. I figure we'll probably come full-circle back to the Iici days where regardless of the specific configuration you want, the thing will probably set you back around $5K (I know, I know, if you really max everything out it'll probably be way more, but it seemed like that 5K number was a good guideline.)
But anyways, still kind of exciting! New! Shiny! Expensive! What's not to like ;-)
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