Here is how it's looking so far.
The 265 currently costs about $700 and that price is set to cascade down to $341. The 270 costs $864 as we speak, and in mid Feb the price is likely to tumble to $476.
Then the 275, which costs over a gigahertz of money at $1,063, will become a $700 part. Lastly, but far from leastly, the 280 will fall from its high $1,300 podium to $865.
These prices are for processors in a box, with full warranties. The INQ understands that there are more price shocks on the way, but these, as they stand, are pretty shocking.
Perhaps Fab 36 is ramping faster than we imagined.
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