Personal computers sporting Intel?s new MMX multimedia extensions sold like hot cakes at retail outlets in January, according to a soon to be released study from researchers Computer Intelligence.
The survey found that models running Pentium processors with MMX accounted for 27 per cent of all retail desktop sales during the month, with Hewlett-Packard selling more MMX-based machines than standard Pentium systems.
Including a 15-inch Intel Core-powered device weighing less than a bag of sugar
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