Apple opened its first Apple store in Beijing last year, just before the Olympics. But it doesn’t have much of as presence in the country. In an attempt to become more visible in China, it’s offering refurbished versions of its items for sale at discounts of up to 22%, according to Reuters.
As in other countries, the goods are offered for sale online. Typically, a third-generation 8GB iPod Nano will sell for $147, an iPod Shuffle for $44, and a refurbished 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo iMac goes for $1,376.
Those prices are higher than for similar goods in the US, but Apple typically charges more overseas.