updated 10:20 am EDT, Mon October 10, 2005
iPods at 7-11 in Japan
Users will soon be able , greatly increasing Apple's reach in the Japanese market. The company today announced that 7-11 stores in Japan will begin selling iPods, according to United Press International. Seven-Eleven "will start selling iPods in its stores later this month. Japan's biggest convenience-store group said that it will sell five types of iPods including the iPod Nano, the digital music device's latest and smallest product, in its stores nationwide. Prices for the product at the stores will range from around $200 to $330. Customers will be able to place their orders at a local store, and the iPod will arrive two or three days later."