Intel Sandy Bridge laptop sales disappoint

Posted on Friday, Apr 01 2011 @ 21:07 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
X-bit Labs writes sales of laptops with Intel's Sandy Bridge platform are lower than expected, due to a natural decline of sales and the SATA issue in Intel's 6-series.
Sales of notebooks powered by the latest Intel Corp.'s Core i-series "Sandy Bridge" microprocessors appear to be lower than expected. Even though the decline, according to FBR Capital Markets, an investment bank, seems to be relatively slight in the first quarter (Q1), the demand towards PCs will also not increase in Q2.

"Our contacts suggest Intel's Sandy Bridge products are not stimulating as much end demand as expected, likely impacting AMD too," said an analyst with FBR Capital Markets in a research note for clients," said an FBR analyst in a note for clients, reports StreetInsider web-site.


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Re: Intel Sandy Bridge laptop sales disappoint
by Anonymous on Saturday, Apr 02 2011 @ 13:37 CEST
You idiots! There is not much choice of SB laptops around! I am checkign the market for these and all the one's I seen so far are not ready to buy yet or an absolute crap! It is impossible yet to find one normal i7 SB laptop with good graphics card and 1080p........ hopefully the situation will change. Stop talking bullshit and give us to buy something good