Dell moving in new retail directions

Online technology retailer Dell is tipped to be closing its Australian kiosks.

Smarthouse News has reported that the move follows a decision by Dell to close its 140 kiosks in the US.

Dell is reported to be in talks with Australian retailers, including Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi, about a plan to move into stores.

In the US, Dell sells its products through retailers Best Buy, Wal-Mart and Staples.

“Moving into retail is a prime example of Dell listening to its customers,” said Tony Weiss, vice president of Dell’s global consumer business.

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