Macbook Air SSD price gets down by $500

4 July 2008 By Ankit Duseja

The thinnest notebook ever is getting thin on prices. Apple’s Macbook Air, the thinnest notebook ever has gone through a price drop of $500 U.S. dollars as the prices of Solid State Drives rates have been draining rapidly.

See this image below, Apple has reduced the price of SSD version of Macbook Air by $500 as of now. (Click on image to enlarge)


The current price of Macbook Air is $2598 which was $3098 the previous month. The SSD version carries 1.8 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, 2GB memory, 64 GB Solid state drive (SSD). The price of the PATA version hard drive remains the same i.e. $1799 U.S. dollars.

Apple’s main strategy this year to beat the market is by making their products cheaper & affordable. The recent iPhone 3G’s price drop & now this drop in the price of Macbook Air (SSD version) shows this clearly that Apple’s this year mantra’s to lead in market is affordability. Apple is trying to make its products as affordable as they can be, just to compete in the market.

(Source: AppleInsider)

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