Pessimistic birds are chirping about price increases.
If we don’t spend the last penny during the holidays, the cold evenings of January-February are a great opportunity to think about the possibilities of developing our computer or even compiling a new config by going to the webshops.
If, on the other hand, we can believe in DigiTimes recently released report, you can’t rush to buy an SSD, if you want to get it from Samsung anyway.
The Taiwanese portal reported that Koreans are considering raising the price of their own-brand SSDs, but this is not clear from the from Articleto what extent the price may increase. In any case, the move is interesting because a DigiTimes in parallel, other SSD manufacturers could make reductions of up to 10% to increase demand for high-speed solid-state drives.
However, it is worth noting that a DigiTimes it has a very ambiguous view of the predictions it has hit, so it is certainly not certain that the dreaded price increase will actually occur. Samsung otherwise has a strong position in the SSD market, as it can also produce the NAND chips and controller chips needed for storage in-house.
In connection with the former, it was recently reported that Samsung was forced to curb local production due to a massive coronavirus infection in Xi’an, China, which is estimated to account for 40% of Korea’s total NAND production and 7% of global volume. answer.
Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.
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