Monday, April 13, 2009

Dymocks Stall on Roll Out of Digital Kiosks

The Dominion Post reports that Australasian book chain, Dymocks has delayed its plans to introduce digital kiosks in every store in New Zealand, Australia and Hong Kong. The kiosks would enable consumers to download titles to USB sticks, DVDs, iPods and Dymocks' iLiad ebook reader. The delay is claimed to enable them to ensure everything works.

Dymocks moved digital last year ahead of many other chains around the world and although no sales figures are available, are still committed to the ebook route.

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