Every little helps, unless you’re a PC retailer

Good news for punters and bad news for PC retailers: if you thought PC prices couldn’t get much lower, you ain’t seen nothing yet. As The Inquirer notes:

In the UK, for example, supermarket chain ASDA is, as of this week, selling PCs for under £300. And not bad PCs either, with 256MB of RAM, a 2.4GHz Intel Celeron processor and a 40GB hard disk. Who’s going to compete with that, other than another supermarket chain? PC World must be bricking it.