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sweet janny
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sweet janny   7/11/2014 12:02:50 AM
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hope you will share so much more to me more useful information and better, thanks

deluxx76
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Re: The Gigabyte and Average selling price both with increase
deluxx76   6/20/2014 3:43:09 AM
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May be you will be right, the time will tell the exact results, but as of now increasing sale of mr bean games

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ngockonvang   5/9/2014 11:57:38 AM
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Kinnar
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Re: The Gigabyte and Average selling price both with increase
Kinnar   10/23/2013 7:43:42 AM
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May be you will be right, the time will tell the exact results, but as of now increasing sale of Tablets show that the demand of the lower Gigabyte RAM will be of more demand, mobile phones as well adds to it. But at the same time equally the PCs are also demanding more GBs in-terms of RAM but in numbers this will not be able to match the lower GBs of Tabs and Mobiles. Lets wait...

R_Colin_Johnson
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Re: The Gigabyte and Average selling price both with increase
R_Colin_Johnson   10/22/2013 1:50:09 PM
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You may be right. Also remember that there is plenty of capacity to meet that demand and many will be switching from PCs which average more that a gig. Its a complicated equation!

Kinnar
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The Gigabyte and Average selling price both with increase
Kinnar   10/22/2013 3:08:42 AM
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As per the trend in the tablet market and the growing demand of tablets it seems that both The Gigabyte and Average Selling Price will increases in the coming years, as most of the entry level tabs were made with 512MB of RAM but due to advances in the OS and Gaming needs now most of the manufactures are shifting towards putting 1GB of RAM in the starting range of the tabs. This will surely increase RAM demand.

rick merritt
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Re: ASP
rick merritt   10/19/2013 11:31:56 PM
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Yeah, last I talked to Micron they said no one is really building any significant capacoty now. Tight market, good margins, OEMs take a pinch.

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elctrnx_lyf   10/19/2013 8:20:59 AM
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The improvement in average selling price will definitely help the manufacturers to regain the lost momentum but definitely the PC era is not going to come back again.



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