CHICAGO -- The number of personal computers with CD-ROM drives will exceed the number of either Sega or Nintendo 16-bit video game units by the end of 1995. So said Glen Ochsenreiter, managing director at the Multimedia PC Marketing Council of the Software Publishers Association, Washington, during a special "InfoHighway '94 Conference" held a day prior to the Summer Consumer Electronics Show here in June. "As a gaming platform, the personal computer platform is coming on very, very ...

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