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People are selling Apple's space grey iMac Pro accessories for over $1,000 on eBay

Apple
  • The Space Grey versions of Apple’s iMac accessories are up for sale on eBay.
  • The keyboard, mouse, and trackpad are being sold for as much as $US1,525.
  • Apple doesn’t sell Space Grey iMac accessories in its online store, so they’re relatively rare.

If you’re dying to get your hands on Apple’s space-grey accessories exclusive to the iMac Pro, you may be able to find them on eBay – provided you have at least $US500.

Some entrepreneurial sellers have taken to eBay to auction off the Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2 in space grey. While some are going for the comparatively “low” price of $US520, other sellers have hiked the price to $US750.

In an auction that is now closed, someone paid a whopping $US1,525 for the set.

Gizmodo was the first to spot the insane prices.

If $US520 for a keyboard, trackpad and mouse sounds reasonable, consider that Apple sells the silver versions on its online store for significantly less – the three accessories cost $US337 in total. The insane markup on the space-grey versions is for the rare colour only, and it won’t even match an older iMac.

Still, Apple’s grey accessories do look cool, and there are only a few left on eBay right now. So if you’re willing to spend the cash, better snap one up before they’re all gone.

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