Intel pre-assembled products will cost less, thanks to Intel itself

Intel pre-assembled products will cost less, thanks to Intel itself

Intel pre-assembled products will cost less

There seems to be good news for those who, discouraged by the recent hikes, have given up on buying a preassembled PC. According to authoritative sources, such as DigiTimes, Intel has in fact decided to further cut the prices of Alder Lake CPUs, which for this reason could fall by a further 5%, after the company had already reduced costs by 10% to the main manufacturers. of computers in the second quarter of this year.

It is the first time that the company has made such a reduction, considering that such price cuts were usually reserved for the past generation, if not for a specific segment of CPU aimed at niche markets. Intel's operation is likely to address the effects of the recession that had already appeared in the PC sector in the second half of 2022, where major manufacturers have experienced a fairly significant contraction in orders. According to the source, one of the biggest brands would be ready to reduce sales by 70-80%, while even in China, where the “618 shopping festival” is held annually, there was a drop of 20-30%.

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Forecasts are in any case far from rosy, at least according to the statements of the president of Compal Electronics, according to which the PC market could soon be in serious trouble if the declines in corporate computers also affect the sales of gaming PCs.

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