Dell cuts prices all around

By on August 21, 2003, 2:40 AM
Dell on Wednesday cut prices across a range of products, a day after rival Hewlett-Packard blamed its disappointing financial results on reducing prices too aggressively.

Round Rock, Texas-based Dell slashed prices by up to 22 percent on servers aimed at large businesses and up to 6 percent on desktop computers for small to medium-size businesses. The company lowered prices on notebook PCs by up to 3 percent and trimmed up to 13 percent off printers and projectors.

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JSR said:
because dell is selling these things @ a loss, to crush their competition
XtR-X said:
By "Texas-based", it means only in Texas?
StormBringer said:
Well, Gateway just took notebooks to a new low [url]http://news.com.com/2100-1044_3-5066589.html?tag=cnetfd
buzz[/url]
JSR said:
they're headquartered there..............they're nation-wide, as they have on-site guarantees.........they show up at your office, home, whatever..........to service your machine , in case of system failure
XtR-X said:
Oh, I see. Not a big fan of Dell.... tho...
young&wild said:
I would look forward to a Dell if i want to buy a laptop.
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