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Best Buy launches Best Buy Express


MINNEAPOLIS Best Buy that it will begin rolling out twelve Best Buy Express automated kiosks in major airports across the United States as part of a pilot program. Best Buy Express, created in partnership with ZoomSystems, will offer a variety of products designed to appeal to both business and leisure travelers, the company reported.

“The launch of Best Buy Express is another way for Best Buy to provide consumers with the products they need from a brand they trust, even while they’re on-the-go,” said Chris Stidman, vp of strategic planning for Best Buy. “Whether travelers are looking to purchase a last minute gift or are in need of replacement for a lost, forgotten or broken product, these kiosks will allow them to purchase the product they want from a brand they trust.”

The assortment of products available through Best Buy Express will include cell phone and computer accessories, digital cameras and accessories, flash drives and portable storage devices, MP3 players, headphones, speakers, unlocked phones, portable gaming devices, gift cards, travel adapters and chargers.

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