2009 Holiday PC Price-Cuts To Be Less Than 2008?

Posted: Nov 17 2009, 9:20am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:32pm CDT, in News | Technology News

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If you're looking for a great discount on a PC this holiday season, you'll be able to find several. Unfortunately, the cuts in price this year might not be close to what we were getting last year. Digitimes reports that last year, some vendors cut their PC prices by as much as 70-80%. The cuts in 2008 were necessary to clear out flooded inventories.

Fortunately for the vendors, but unfortunately for us, the PC market has recovered nicely since then. Such a massive clearing-out won't be necessary this year, and price cuts aren't likely to be deeper than 30-50%. This holiday season (especially Black Friday) will still be packed with great deals, but we probably won't see prices as low as they were last year.

While PCs might not be quite as cheap this year, Macs could end up with a 25% discount. That's still just a rumor, but we should know for certain what Apple has planned by Black Friday.

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