Dell cuts prices on corporate notebooks

Dell Computer yesterday cut prices by up to 20% on most of the models in its Latitude line of notebook PCs for corporate users, a move that the company says was the result of lower costs for components that go into the machines.

          Dell Computer yesterday cut prices by up to 20% on most of the models in its Latitude line of notebook PCs for corporate users, a move that the company says was the result of lower costs for components that go into the machines.

          Dell says its Latitude CS Ultramobile system with a 500-MHz Pentium III microprocessor and 128MB of memory now sells for $US1599, down 20% from the old price of $US1999. Dell cut prices on its higher-end notebooks by 9%, dropping the Latitude C600 from $US2199 to $US1999 and lowering the Latitude C800 from $US2799 to $US2599.

          In addition, Dell announced reduced pricing on some upgrade options for the Latitude machines, including expanded memory and disk storage capacities.

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