UK supermarket chain Tesco is planning to stock Apple?s new iMac system in selected stores.
The Tesco Extra stores in Cardiff and Stirling will offer the #999 iMac for direct sale at its tills for a one-month trial period, a spokesman for the supermarket chain confirmed to 'Newswire'.
Tesco will employed trained technical staff to advise customers and will monitor sales jointly with Apple. If successful the iMac will be rolled out to more of its stores, confirmed the spokesman.
Tesco is already selling Fujitsu PCs in a number of its large stores and has also set itself up as an Internet service provider.
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