Some vendors are already offering Haswell parts for pre-order.
We're still about three months away from retail availability for Intel's upcoming Haswell platform, and that assumes there won't be any last minute delays or chipset SNAFUS like the one that plagued Sandy Bridge's debut. Nevertheless, some anxious vendors have already begun accepting pre-orders for Haswell, giving us an early glimpse into how the pricing will shake out this summer.
Compared to Ivy Bridge counterparts at the same store, pricing premiums for Haswell range from nothing at all to 13 percent higher. It will be interesting to see how prices settle once more vendors start to list Haswell parts.