Computer users are increasingly buying and installing their own computers.
Psu computers are the most common type of Psu, according to data compiled by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) in 2017.
In 2017, the average American owned at least two Psu computers.
They are also the least popular.
They accounted for less than one per cent of the total Psu inventory in 2017, according the CPSC.
One in six people had only one Psu in 2017 compared to less than 10 per cent in 2016.
The most common model was the Psu Computer, which had an average retail price of $2,200.
Its average price of nearly $3,400 was the second-most expensive Psu.
The most popular PSU models were the Dell PowerEdge XPS 12, Dell XPS 13, and Dell Xps 14.
All were the most popular among those aged 18 to 34.
A survey by security firm FireEye found the P90 and P90 Plus were the top-selling models.
There was also a strong correlation between the number of PCs owned and the average price.
“The majority of P90+ owners reported owning at least one P90+, while about half of the P100+ owners owned one or more,” the survey found.
FireEye’s research also found the most-sold models were also the most expensive.
This P90 was the most used model in the US, and it was also the best-selling PC.
It had an estimated retail price as high as $8,700.
Another P90 model was Dell’s new Pro 10-inch, which was $2.4 million.
Other models that accounted for at least some of the top spots in 2017 were the Samsung 950 Pro, the Asus Maximus, and the Lenovo ThinkPad T470.