Power Computing Inc has cut its prices for the second time since it was forced out of the Mac cloning market by its parent company Apple Computer Inc. It has slashed prices by up to $400 across the range, and is also offering RAM upgrades of up to 128Mb for free on selected configurations. With the other Mac cloners likely to follow suit, Apple’s own share of a declining market is now expected by analyst Dataquest Inc to drop even further over the next few quarters or so.
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