CNET News.com's Tom Krazit talks with Dell's Brian Zucker about the evolution of the personal computer in the last 25 years and how consumer demands will further the growth and direction of the PC.
By ZDNet Staff
| August 3, 2006 -- 20:00 GMT (13:00 PDT)
| Topic: Dell
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