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As predicted here some months ago, Intel made a set of price reductions on its mobile processor parts last weekend. The new prices are as follows, for thousands of units. The new 400 MHz costs $530. The 366 MHz part was $530 and now costs $316, a 40 per cent decrease; 333 MHz was $316 and is now $187 a 41 per cent drop; the 300 MHz stays at $187, meaning it enters the chip gulag; the same is true for the 266 MHz, meaning it's dead; while the 266MHz (LV) part drops to $187, a 15 per cent decrease. Here are the prices for the Celeron Mobile parts. The new 400 MHz part costs $187, the 366 MHz part drops to$144 a 15 per cent decrease; the 333 MHz part now costs $106 a 33 per cent decrease; the 300 drops to $85, a 20 per cent decrease. The 266MHz part stays the same at $85. The 266 MHz (LV) costs $106. ®

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