Friday, April 09, 2004

get your software from the ATM

There really is no reason to take up shelf space with boxes of software. CompUSA is trying out a method of selling software - from a device that looks like an ATM. The machine is online and contains downloads of the latest versions of a vast array of software. You pick out what you need and the machine burns a CD-ROM and prints out the instruction booklet for you. This allows people to access a greater variety of software, for instance software in other languages that CompUSA would never use shelf space for. Pretty cool idea.

Via CNN.


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