Harrods has become the first outlet to sign up as an IBM Aptiva Centre under distributor SDL's scheme to brand a nationwide network of independent IBM retailers.
The store is enjoying success with the top of the range Voice Type Dictation System on the Aptiva.
Harrods has experimented with computer retail before. It previously stocked IBM PCs when the dealership First Stop Computer Group launched IBM PC Centres in partnership with the manufacturer.
The Harrods branch opened in October 1993 but IBM wound the concept down in Autumn 1994. Centresoft closed its Electric Dreams retail concession in Harrods in April 1994.
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