Port Washington, N.Y. (July 3, 2003) -- The age of mobile computing has truly arrived -- a report out this week found that last month marked the first time ever that the dollar sales of notebook computers surpassed that of desktop computers sold through U.S. retailers.

Market research firm NPD Group's point-of-sale tracking service uncovered the historic first, as well as the fact that May marked the first month that LCD monitors generated more sales volume than standard tube-based CRTs.

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