Analysis: Prices for PCs drop as chip performance improves

09/8/2011 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Technology writer Charles Wright notes how the price of a high-performance desktop PC has dropped below $1,000 while the technical dictates of Moore's Law have improved the performance of the microprocessors, memory devices and other chips going into such PCs. He details the prices of components necessary for he calls a "workhorse PC."

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