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Thursday, 31 May 2007 17:20

Memory prices up 30 per cent

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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In the last two days


If you want to buy memory do it now, as our industry sources confirmed that the memory price of the chips went up by about thirty per cent in the last two days. We are talking about the chips, not the memory modules itself, at least not for now.

This will soon affect the market and we could expect that the memory modules and storage card market might increase the prices in the days to come.

We will keep our eyes open for any significant change in retail and etail memory prices, but so far nothing has changed.

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