Less than a month after the last price cut, Dell is again trying to blitz the market with a price reduction
on mobile and desktop units, most notable Core Duo systems of both varieties. This time, it's a pretty dramatic cut, with the Inspiron E1505 being reduced to almost half of that it was, and now some of their desktop models are ridiculously low, at $349. While many can argue about the merits of undercutting costs to sell more, and how it impacts other PC retailers, the majority of customers will see only the price tag. And sometimes that is all that matters, in the continuing trend of PCs slowly becoming a commodity instead of a luxury.