Technology leaders like Facebook, Alphabet and Apple are down around 6 percent since the start of 2016 on fears over China's financial health. Add to that worry over a slowing American economy, and the picture for the sector doesn't look too great.
But investors might want to hold off on selling the tech dip. Worries from Beijing and the sluggish 2 percent annual growth rate of the U.S. economy won't weigh too heavily on the largest tech companies, experts told CNBC's "Squawk Alley."
"I think there is very good growth in tech," said Allianz Global Investors senior portfolio manager Walter Price. "Technology companies] may moderate in our slower-growth economy, but I think tech has still got good growth, much better growth than most sectors in the economy."