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Cheaper ultrabooks on the way
  • As notebook brand vendors are ready to release their second-generation ultrabooks with Intel's upcoming Ivy Bridge platform, vendors are preparing to cut their existing ultrabook prices to digest inventories

    Last update: Tuesday 14 February 2012 [3 news items]

Ultrabook prices to drop 20-30% in early March to April

Feb 14, 01:25

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...

Ultrabook price is expected to drop 20-30%

Ultrabook price unlikely to achieve sweet spot until 2013

Feb 13, 16:09

Despite that notebook vendors all understand that price is the key to significantly drive demand for ultrabooks, especially when approaching to the sweet spot at about US$599-699,...

Ultrabook needs to reach sweet spot to strongly attract consumers

Vendors dropping ultrabook prices in preparation of second-generation models

Feb 7, 01:15

As ultrabooks from brand vendors such as Acer, Lenovo and Hewlett-Packard (HP) are all recently seeing price drops in the North America, sources from retail channel believe that the...

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