That’s what some Mac users are asking themselves after viewing an
erroneous database entry
on CompUSA’s e-store Web site (which has since been corrected). The company listed Jaguar — Apple’s forthcoming Mac OS X 10.2 release — but input the wrong price for it. CompUSA listed the software as retailing for $82,402.02 — $82,273 more than its suggested retail price of $129.
“Listed prices are national prices, and actual retail prices may vary by market,” says the Web site. Let’s hope so!
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