Prices of the existing ultrabooks are expected to see a 20-30% drop in early March to April to help digesting notebook vendors' inventories as Intel is set to announce its next-generation Ivy Bridge platform in April, according to analysis offered by sources from channel retailers.
In addition to ultrabooks, mainstream notebooks and desktops that feature existing Intel Core i5 and i7 CPUs and priced between NT$22,000-28,000 (US$746-949) will also have chance to drop to an even lower level.
Ultrabook pricing expected to drop 20-30 percent in March/April
Posted on Tuesday, February 14 2012 @ 21:39 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Sources from channel retailers told DigiTimes that ultrabook prices are anticipated to drop 20 to 30 percent in early March to April: