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Tuesday, 26 July 2011 09:37

Asus questions ultrabook pricing

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Can’t keep them under $1,000
Asus seems to be having second thoughts about Intel’s ultrabook platform and it is now telling the world that it won’t be able to meet Intel’s $1,000 price tag.

In fact, Intel believes all ultrabooks should cost up to $1,000, but Asus doesn’t believe it can meet the target. An Asus insider told the Taipei Times that the only way of getting the cost under $1,000 is to use Core i3 chips. This clearly doesn’t coincide with Intel’s projections and Asus claims Core i5 and Core i7 models would cost well over $1,000.

However, Intel is planning to use Core i5 and Core i7 chips in most ultrabooks. In addition, the cost of solid state drives and other components could drive up the cost to between $1,000 and $2,000, the source said.

It appears that ultrabooks will be quite a bit more challanging to produce than originally expected, but Intel is committed to the new form factor and it hopes ultrabooks will manage to revive sales in 2012.

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+4 #1 chyll2 2011-07-26 09:56
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It appears that ultrabooks will be quite a bit more challanging to produce than originally expected, but Intel is committed to the new form factor and it hopes ultrabooks will manage to revive sales in 2012


btt, Intel is really keen on producing expensive laptop with most of the components coming from their end.
 
 
+2 #2 007vsMagua 2011-07-26 13:56
It seems that Intel will have to put its money where its mouth is to meet this goal. By that I mean it will have to provide reduced priced i5's, i7's, and SSD's to manufacturers.
 

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