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Asustek announces motherboard prices to climb in 2011
Citing a labor shortage in China, rising material costs, and the NT dollar appreciation, Asustek will be raising prices across it's entire lineup of motherboards in the first half of 2011. Price hikes of 5-10% will be average, though some models could see as much as a 15% increase.
The price hike is unlikely to affect the growth momentum of motherboards or sales in DIY channels as some key PC parts and components have actually see prices slide and therefore, the overall purchasing costs for consumers will not increase significantly, Lin commented.
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