• Ryan B, almost 4 years ago

    $53,000 for top spec. I'll have 2.

    I've heard you can design the future on it. And when you use PhotoShop your edits come to life.

    7 points
  • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, almost 4 years ago

    $84,778.00 AUD, but I'll bet it can't run Crysis

    2 points
  • Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, almost 4 years ago

    everyone's calling out the max price, but the base price is unjustifiable. purely a status symbol purchase.

    1 point
    • Ryan MiglavsRyan Miglavs, almost 4 years ago

      It may not be a good buy for you, but that doesn't mean it's not a good buy for anyone. Certainly Apple is aware that this is a very niche product, and that even for most "pros" (e.g. the designers visiting this site) an iMac or iMac Pro is probably a better solution and value.

      But no need to assume that means it's not a great purchase for some people.

      0 points
  • John PJohn P, almost 4 years ago

    Even if you had an unlimited budget this thing is a terrible purchase, the price hikes per performance are ridiculous compared to what you can get in the rest of the workstation sector and limiting you to AMD graphics cards seriously limits the processing potential, almost all GPGPU apps and engines run off CUDA.

    It almost feels like this has been designed spitefully, they've made something so weirdly overpriced and niche that it's a guaranteed flop and they can finally justify killing the whole line. There are only so many editors working on Marvel movies in the world... and most would probably prefer something that can be upgraded every few months.

    0 points
    • Dylan D, almost 4 years ago

      I think that the higher specced versions leave the personal computer space and enter into the server space. $50k+ for a high CPU and high GPU compute server node isn't out of the question. I think that the XDR display is the most offensively priced.

      0 points
    • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, almost 4 years ago

      Try building a Dell Precision 7920 with 1.5TB ram

      0 points