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Intel reportedly cut CPU and chipset prices

Posted on Tuesday, September 21 2010 @ 11:59:19 CEST by

Canaccord Genuity technology analyst Bobby Burleson believes Intel quietly lowered the OEM prices of its microprocessors and chipsets to stimulate demand, clear inventory and offset effects of the iPad:
“Our checks indicate microprocessor price reductions were especially steep, with i3, i5, i7, and Atom discounted by 50 percent in addition to a roughly 15 percent decrease for certain chipsets,'' he said in the report.

''In all, platform costs have been reduced by 20 percent in a coordinated effort to stimulate channel fill at retailers ahead of the Golden Week and autumn holidays in China,” he added.



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