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Monday, 04 July 2011 10:50

Desktop Llanos available in non-bankrupt parts of Europe

Written by Fudzilla staff


€94 for an A6-3650 in Germany
AMD’s desktop Llanos have finally started shipping in continental Europe.

German retailer Mindfactory is shipping the A6-3650 quad-core for €94, quite a bit lower than expected from early listings, which hovered around the €109 mark. Two other retailers are selling it at €101 and €110 as of Monday morning.

As for the A8-3850, Mindfactory is listing it at €112, but it is still not available. List prices for the A8-3850 range from €111 to €139 and retailers expect to have them in stock by tomorrow, but it is possible some will start shipping them today.

Once again, both prices are between 10 and 20 percent lower than previously reported and the new Llanos seem like a very nice deal in this price range, especially if you factor in the relatively low prices of A75 motherboards.

You can check out the listings here.
Last modified on Monday, 04 July 2011 12:54
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