Dell said it would expand its offering of large screen LCD-based televisions, which it began selling last year, in addition to offering even larger plasma-based models in time for the holidays.
Dell, based in Round Rock, Texas, also said it would increase by one-third the number of Dell kiosks, typically located in shopping malls or shopping centers, to allow consumers to try out its products before they buy them.
During a conference call, Michael Farello, vice president of marketing for Dell’s consumer business, said the company will open its first kiosks, called Dell Direct Stores, in California in July.
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