Small town PC boom

written by Subhash Rai
6 · 30 · 06

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According to hardware industry association MAIT, PC sales in India crossed the 5-million mark. What’s significant about the report is the growth of PC sales in smaller towns. The growth rate is 35%.

According to the news report in ET:”Aggressive pricing from brand players cannibalised the market for assembled personal computers.”

The desktop PCs had registered Rs.8,884 crores in revenues in 2005-06.

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