Intel has announced sweeping price cuts on Pentium II processors, with the 350MHz chip dropping the most, by 30%, to $213 (#126), and the 333MHz falling by 23% to $181 (#107). There is no price change on the 300MHz or 266MHz units, making the 300MHz more expensive than the 333MHz unit, indicating that the two lower-speed units are to be dropped off the roadmap.
Similarly, Celeron 300MHz and 266MHz processors remain the same, so they are likely to be overtaken by faster chips. Xeon processors drop by up to 30% as well. AMD always follows Intel's price cuts and K6-2 units are likely to drop by similar percentages. Intel's next price cuts are likely to be after Christmas.
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