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Intel Ivy Bridge remains mainstream platform for laptop market

Posted on Thursday, November 28 2013 @ 11:47:23 CET by

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DigiTimes reports that for the time being, Intel's Ivy Bridge remains the mainstream platform for the notebook industry. A time for termination has not been set.
Currently, Ivy Bridge-based notebooks are still more popular than Haswell-based ones in the market and notebook ASP continues to stay below NT$20,000 (US$675), causing mid-range models and ultrabooks to suffer from weak demand, the sources noted.

With Ivy Bridge demand remaining strong, Intel is likely to postpone the termination of the platform, but such a move would put Haswell at an awkward position as next-generation Broadwell will also become available in the near future, the sources noted.



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