We knew it would take a while to see Thunderbolt products after the superfast new standard was unveiled back in February, but it’s pretty lame that it’s taken until now for even Apple to sell us a damn cable.
It’s an outlandish-but-sadly-predictable $55. Worse, right now there’s not much to connect it to. There’s an obscenely expensive Promise Pegasus 4×1TB RAID for $US1000, for example. Or you can use it to boot a new Macbook Pro or iMac into target disk mode, connecting two Thunderbolt-enabled machines, but at that point you’re really just turning your computer into a $US2000 hard drive. [Apple via Wired]