An Intel spokesman told Reuters: "We have a more aggressive product and manufacturing ramp, so those older Pentium products will move down faster. It's not like we're cutting prices for the sake of cutting prices."More details at Register Hardware.
The company will move more quickly to 65nm production of its Core chips than it has done in the past. This means it should have mid-priced chips ready to replace Pentium chips faster than usual when it moves technologies.
Intel planning price cuts, up to 60%
Posted on Friday, June 09 2006 @ 23:23 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck