“Apple brought in $4.976 billion in revenue from the sale of 3.76 million Macs last quarter. Divide the $4.976 billion in revenue by 3.76 million Macs and you get an average selling price of $1,323.40,” Matt Richman blogs.

“A June 1st research note from Peter Misek of Jefferies & Company pegged Mac gross margins at 28%,” Matt Richman explains. “Multiply $1,323.40 by .28 and Apple makes $370.55 for every Mac sold… HP makes $52.00 for every PC they sell.”

Richman reports, “Apple makes more money from the sale of one Mac than HP does from selling seven PCs.”

The full article, “A Consequence of Losing the PC Wars,” here.

MacDailyNews Take: The state of the Macintosh is strong and growing stronger each day.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Ellis D.” and “krquet” for the heads up.]