The latest news from the markets for the electronic components for computers are quite diverse currently. NAND-Flash memory should see its prices raise (or no longer fall) because of a production stop at a Samsung plant that will pressure the offer. But more oddly, DRAM memory prices seem to be aiming low even if some European markets (incl. UK) did not react quickly, while the price of motherboards is stable (or high) with suppliers like Asustek, MSI and Gigabyte congratulating themselves for climbing revenue during this Summer.
Along similar lines, sales of LCD screens are very brisk despite prices that do not lower since the beginning of Summer (all LCD panel manufacturers saw their shipments increase except HannStar).
Source: DigiTimes Asia.