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Pricing could be lower. I would want to buy it for an extremely, low price, but Tektronix is a high-end product. It is a great price for a great product.
In the 100 gigabit Ethernet and 400 gigabit Ethernet category, everything is in the multi-hundred thousand dollar range, so it was fair pricing because everything is expensive.
The cost has room for improvement. Though compared to other companies, it's okay.
Tecktronix pricing tends to be pretty fair and reasonable with current market trends. They don't usually bump up the price too much.
We got a demo before purchasing. It helps us to have a high-level of understanding for what they do. The pricing is okay. It was within our budget.
Tektronix Oscilloscopes are really expensive for small businesses. The low-end scopes don't really compare performance-wise to what the other companies provide, like RIGOL . Mostly that just has to do with the software options. It's available on the low-end scopes for free, but on the higher-end scopes, it is expensive. Therefore, it's a bit more difficult to make stuff work.
The pricing is very expensive.
We demoed the product before purchasing it.
They have academic pricing which is helpful. We were very fortunate to have a head of the department who recognized the importance of having high-quality equipment in the lab.
The prices are compatible with what they offer. Going forward, I would like them to become more competitive and dominant with their pricing in the market.
It could always be cheaper, but I don't really get involved too much with the pricing.
The pricing is not too high and not too low.
It costs a quarter of a million. This technology is not cheap.
The lower the better, that would be my suggestion.
It's cost-effective. The company buys whatever we need to buy. It really isn't a matter of cost. It might cost a lot of money, but if we need it we buy it.
The problem is that the products are expensive. But we know academics get a big discount so I cannot complain much. We are in the academic world, so it's nice.
They're all pretty expensive. If everything costs that much, I suppose the pricing is fair.
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