Microsoft will cause a negative domino effect when they increase the prices for Windows 7, and since this cost will be passed on to end users, it will affect sales of PCs in the process. A top boffin at Dell is afraid that the price change would place new computers out of reach of small businesses, governments and schools who just can’t afford to upgrade. Well, guess this will do more to drive the sales of netbooks for folks who want an entry level computing solution sans gaming – after all, those cost $299 onwards while running on tried-and-tested XP platform.
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