The Wall St Journal (WSJ) reported on Monday that the price of an MSC synchron machine tool is $4,800, while the cost of an Apple computer with an Intel processor is $1,000.
The article stated that these prices are on par with other machines on the market, which can be bought for under $500.
While the MSC is not the cheapest synchron tool out there, it does offer some notable benefits, including a lower price than the other machines.
The MSC’s price is actually cheaper than that of the Apple MacBook Air, which starts at $3,200.
The price difference between the Apple and the Synchron is even larger: the Synchro retails for $1.7 million, while Apple’s new laptop starts at just $1 of a Synchron.
Apple’s price for the Synchero is even more impressive, as it is priced at $1 million more than the Syncros.
The difference between a Syncro and a Synco is just $50.