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Dual-core Yonah notebooks average price drops below $1,000

Posted on Monday, August 07 2006 @ 01:32:14 CEST by

The average selling price of Intel Core Duo notebooks has dropped below $1,000:
Notebook models based on Intel's Core Duo T2250 and T2050 processors, which are not listed with the other T-series Core Duo mobile CPUs on Intel's pricing or product website pages, are priced between US$699-799, according to the sources.

Intel's roadmap outlines that volume production of its Merom processors will begin in the middle of August, with Intel-based 64-bit dual-core notebooks to hit shelves as early as the end of the month, sources familiar with the roadmap noted. Intel intends to raise the proportion of notebook processor shipments for Merom to over 50% in the first quarter of 2007, indicated the sources.
More info at DigiTimes.



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