Hewlett-Packard responded to Sun's launch of its Darwin workstations this week by slashing the prices of its own Kayak workstation line.
Although HP will next week introduce a top-of-the-range Kayak, based on the 333MHz Intel Pentium II chip, the company claimed its move was not related to the new product or Sun?s launch. But sources were not convinced. The cuts range from seven per cent to 17 per cent and mean the Kayak line will be priced between $1,920 and $14,800. Sun claimed Darwin will still offer better price/performance.
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