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microprocessor

The pivotal hardware of a personal computer which contains the central arithmetic unit, a logic board and integrated circuitry that has been reduced in size to fit on silicon.
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This acceleration in technological innovation in semiconductors, therefore, resulted in acceleration in computer price declines; and if productivity gains in user industries are associated with rapid technological change, may be an important factor in our recent productivity bonanza.
Computer prices have averaged a double-digit rate of decline since 1990.
These results are robust to including or dropping computer prices from the samples.
However, realization of this long-term growth potential depends on fundamental drivers such as raising India's low computer penetration, rising incomes, falling computer prices and the government's ambitions to connect the vast rural areas to the outside world.
Prices of household consumer appliances continued to fall sharply, with notebook computer prices plunging 48.
TV and computer prices are falling faster than ever, too, which helps if you are thinking of buying a TV or computer.
PC World was another weak link for the group, suffering from cut-throat competition which has driven down computer prices.
Accurate and timely computer prices have been part of the U.
Strong growth in computer sales and rapid declines in computer prices have made a significant contribution to economic growth; because measured growth depends on prices, if the declines in computer prices are overstated, the contribution of computers to real GDP will be overstated.
Consumers expecting to see ever-lowering computer prices as they begin their holiday shopping may be in for a surprise.
But these households also showed significant growth in computer ownership--almost tripling over the 1990-97 period--as computer prices have declined.
Computer prices are continually falling and you should be able to find a fully-equipped 133MHz for around $1,300 (monitor not included).

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