Netbooks, since they came out, have presented a strong competition against laptops. They’re cheap and they’re often more than good enough for the non-power user who needs nothing more than to surf the net. That’s why netbooks are driving low-end laptops to cut down their prices. According to Digitimes,
Low-end notebooks have faced declining market demand during the second half of this year largely due to the rise of the netbook market. This has forced PC vendors to cut their low-end notebook pricing to clear overstocked inventory in Taiwan, according to sources at channel vendors.
Personally, I like this development. What do you guys think?