Dell has launched a new digital download store in Europe that offers users the ability to purchase software, video games, music albums, and individual music tracks. Dell says that having access to all sorts of application at one place makes it easier for consumers to shop.
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Dell's shop is powered by Nexway, a digital content distributor. So far, Dell has signed up providers like Kapersky, Nero, Lavasoft, Codemasters, and Sega. Music fans can get albums form major artists without DRM and new music is added weekly.
Initial availability for the service will be in the UK, France, and Germany at first with other parts of Europe coming over the next few months. Dell didn’t mention the pricing of its offerings, but you can expect them to be competitive.
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