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A total of 34.4% of homes in Peruvian capital Lima had at least one computer at end-Q4 last year, an increase of 1.2 percentage points compared with 33.2% at end-4Q09, national statistics bureau INEI said.
Meanwhile, 27.4% of urban areas in the country - excluding the capital - had at least one computer at end-December 2010, climbing 2.4 percentage points year-on-year.
In rural areas, homes with at least one PC totaled 2.3%, INEI said.
At a national level, the number of homes with one PC reached 22.7%, the bureau reported.