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PC sales in first half of 2006 touch 2.96 million

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MUMBAI: Mait, the apex body representing India’s IT hardware, training and R&D services sectors, has announced the findings of its review for the first-half of financial year 2006-07.

The total PC sales between April and September 2006, with desktops computer and notebooks taken together, grossed were 2.96 million units, registering a growth of 19 per cent over the same period, last fiscal.

The buoyant mood in IT consumption was led by growth in the Nnotebook consumptionsales, that which grew by 180 per cent, while consumption of sales in of desktops grew by eight per cent. PC sales are projected to cross 6.5 million units in fiscal 2006-07, given With the strong sound macroeconomic conditions and buoyant buying sentiment in the market, led by demand from various industry verticals, PC sales are expected to cross 6.5 million units in fiscal 2006-07..

The second quarter ending September 2006, witnessed PC consumption sales exceededing 1.75 million units, registering a growth rate of 46 per cent sequentially over the previous quarter and 19 per cent year-on-year.?? Desktop sales crossed 1.5 million units with 48 per cent sequential growth while notebooks sales grossed totalled 0.25 million units with 38 per cent sequential growth.

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