TOKYO (Reuters) – Dell Computer Corp Chief Executive Michael Dell said on Monday the company would launch a personal digital assistant (PDA) in the United States soon but saw limited near-term growth opportunities in that market.
“It’s not nearly at the strategic importance for us of servers and storage or services, but it is a developing market — a relatively small market today,” the head of the world’s largest personal computer vendor told a news conference in Tokyo. (full story)
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