That looks like the P8600 to me, Laptop version.
Neither list references the E8600 for a price cut. In fact the second states that its going to be static.
Can understand them dropping the 2.4-2.6GHz range, as they are looking to do according to this but it looks like the E8600 is going to stay high.
Why do the dualcore prices need to drop? There are only 2 dualcore processors out there in my mind, the E5200 (overclocks to 4.0 Ghz easy) at $80 and the E8600 (I got it to 5.1 on water once and 4.6 is attainable on air for me) at $270. There really is no reason to get any other dualcore but the E5200, unless you are like me and has fun pushing the E8600s limits. Anything else is a waste of money in my mind, the E5200 for a cheap and amazing CPU and anything more expensive should be a quadcore, period.
I chose the E8500 bc of great benchmarks for Photoshop - it beat some quads stock! I'm open to some OCing : )
I'm ready to buy so it seemed prudent to see what intel was doing with their pricing structure - nothing worse than buying a CPU then finding out the next week that it's now selling for 55% less like one Intel on that list !