PC company Viglen has reported that its turnover has fallen by five per cent to #100.9 million and said that the introduction of the Pentium II had caused delays in buying.
The company issued its first results since it was spun off from Amstrad earlier this summer but said it would maintain margins by charging more for its PCs.
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