Originally Posted By: BBC News
Booming sales of laptops, printers and servers helped Hewlett Packard (HP) beat Wall Street profit forecasts for the three months to 30 April.

The world's biggest maker of PCs earned $1.78bn (900m) - or 65 cents per share - slightly down from $1.9bn at the same time last year.

However, the company put the dip down to a big tax gain which was recorded in the same period last year.

Looking ahead, HP expects to rack up a record $100bn in sales this year.

Sales in the quarter rose 13% to $25.53bn as demand for personal computers, including laptops and servers soared.

In its lucrative imaging and printing group, revenues also rose 6% to $7.2bn.

Tis good see HP doing well, they make some wonderful products and are one of the few manufacturers of PC's I would buy.


BBC News Report