Sales of PCs based on Intel's Pentium II processor outstripped those based on the clone chip, the AMD K6, in March - for the first time in three months. According to research from PC Data, PII models accounted for 30.1 per cent of machines sold via retail in March, while K6 alternatives took 28.6 per cent.
However, the best selling retail PC in the US in March was a K6 model, the IBM Aptiva E26.
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