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|Posté le: Sam 7 Juil - 03:35 (2018) Sujet du message: Windows 8 laptops cost less than Windows 7
|The consumer's reaction to Windows 8 may be bad news for Microsoft, but it's good news for laptop buyers. Because the price of a Windows 8 laptop is lower than the price of Windows 7.
The 15-inch laptops and Windows 8-powered laptops, powered by the Intel Ivy Bridge processor, were discovered at an unexpectedly low price - $ 299 on the discounted DealNews website.
That price includes 6GB of RAM and a 750GB hard drive, which is $ 100 cheaper than the best price in the dark shopping week of the year.
On some online stores, many Windows 7 laptops still hold prices higher than the corresponding Windows 8 versions. In the 10-month cycle, Windows 7 laptops, including the Sandy Bridge Core i5 processor and 15-inch screen, sell for around $ 440, down 34% from the original price. Meanwhile, prices for Windows 8 devices have similarly fallen by 46% in the 10-month cycle.
Some customers are looking for the old system to avoid Windows 8 - featuring new user interface but buyers do not want to learn about them. "The reluctance to accept and adapt to Windows 8's touch-sensitive user interface may explain why the price of this product is so steep," DealNews said.
In addition, hybrid devices running on Windows RT are also massively discounted but not to the dismal level imaginable as DealNews found out of Windows 8 product key.
The explanation for the Windows 7 professional product key laptop price is higher than Windows 8 respectively, DealNews said that this is simply because the demand and supply. When a Windows 7 laptop lacks a big supply base, OEMs have been asked to stop working on the platform since last year. While the user demand for this product is more than Windows 8 and the new Windows 8 system produced in large numbers. Therefore, the price of Windows 7 laptops is higher than Windows 8 respectively is understandable.