Here's a look at some of the pricing information...
There are over two dozen Rocket Lake-S processors listed, ranging in price from €145.50 (Core i5-11400T) to €499.70 (Core i9-11900K), excluding VAT. Converted to US currency, pricing ranges from $175.76 to $603.61. There are some caveats, though.
For one, this is leaked data, and not official MSRPs, based on whatever early information the retailer has access to at the moment. Secondly, pricing between territories rarely follows a straight currency conversion. And lastly, pricing on some models varies, depending on whether opting for the "K" or "KF" designation, where available.
In case anyone is confused, the "K" designation denotes an unlocked multiplier, while the "F" designation means it lacks integrated graphics. So CPUs with the "KF" suffix such as the Core i9-11900KF have an unlocked multiplier but no onboard Xe graphics, hence it is a little bit cheaper than the the Core i9-11900K (
€475.50 [$574.38 in US currency) versus €499.70 [$603.61 in US currency]).
On a related note, the retailer shows the 8-core/16-thread Core i9-11900K selling for less than the 10-core/20-thread Core i9-10900K, which is listed at €549 ($663.15 in US currency). If that ends up being the case, then it seems Intel is taking into consideration the downgrade in core and thread counts, even with a 19 percent IPC bump in play.
Going down the list, pricing for Rocket Lake-S variants are a little bit higher than the Comet Lake-S CPUs they replace, where the core and thread counts are the same.
In any event, don't take any of this pricing data as being written in stone. It's expected that Intel will release its Rocket Lake-S stack in March, and even if the leaked pricing information is accurate, things could change in a couple of months.