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Re: Why PC Makers Are Saying 'Next Year'
Posted by: Alex Salkever & Olga Kharif 2002-11-13 17:25:34
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Lots of U.S. companies are looking to replace their PCs in the coming year, mainly because the ones they have are aging fast. But those same companies are also looking to pry more use than ever out of whatever they buy. That, plus continued reluctance by Corporate America to spend on technology, will translate into slow growth in U.S. PC sales in 2003, on top of a dismal 2002.

Re: Why PC Makers Are Saying 'Next Year'
Posted by: bit-o-data 2002-11-13 17:27:13 In reply to: Alex Salkever & Olga Kharif
I think that the prices on technology knows no bounds. We are in the worst spending slump in over 5 years and prices on motherboards keep going up. It just does not make sense!
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