Sales for Hewlett-Packard's fiscal fourth quarter ended last month were $30.8 billion down from the $33.6 billion level in the same period last year and slightly better than the $30.4 billion target analysts had hoped for.

Dell shares were down 1% to $14.59, and Hewlett-Packard shares were down less than a percentage point in early trading Tuesday.

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