Hard drive prices to drop end April
Apr 05 2012, 12:50 | By Tech2.com
The Thailand floods also shut down several hard drive manufacturing companies.
The past year hasn’t been too great for the PC market. There has been a noticeable slowdown of the market because of a number of reasons. Smartphones and tablets have done exceedingly well in comparison and while they aren’t going to wipe out the PC market completely, they are responsible partly for the slump. The Thailand floods also shut down several hard drive manufacturing companies. Seagate and WD were both affected during the floods and prices of drives shot up further. Demand has continued to rise steadily and supply has reduced and the extra stock has depleted over the end of last year. Prices almost doubled towards the end of last year and the beginning of this year.Click here for full story
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