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Less than 4% of CPU market is above $200

Posted on Monday, April 07 2008 @ 03:35:16 CEST by


FUD Zilla dug up some data by Mercury that indicates only 3.4% of all processor shipments cost more than $200.
This is the best bang for the buck market and according to Mercury in 2008 it is expected that 96.6 percent of the market will be under $200. This mean that only 5.5 million CPUs that are planned to sell in 2008 are going to cost more than $200. Shocking isn’t it?





 






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Re: Less than 4% of CPU market is above $200
by Anonymous on Monday, April 07 2008 @ 13:13:18 CEST
Yes but that 3.4% are the the people that tell another 85% of purchasers, what to buy...



 

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