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In light of Gateway's imminent departure from the UK and Ireland, combined with Dell and HP's sales troubles, we thought we'd bring you the European and UK PC market data from Gartner. Just to illustrate how things are going.

The figures show how many units of desktops and notebooks the top five5 vendors shipped in Q2 2001.

Western Europe

  1. Compaq    1,001,201    16.6%
  2. Dell    686,600    11.4%
  3. Fujitsu Siemens    588,058    9.8%
  4. Hewlett-Packard    543,013    9.0%
  5. IBM    455,227    7.6%

A total of 6,016,939 machines were shipped in the period



UK

  1. Dell    224,900    19%
  2. Compaq    197,370    16.7%
  3. NEC    88,897    7.5%
  4. Tiny Computers    60,921    5.2%
  5. Toshiba    55,287    4.7%

A total of 1,181,700 machines were shipped in the period



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