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Time Computers' retail stores will have an additional 250 product items on the shelves from Monday.

The company add a range of consumable goods (cartridges, paper, etc.), as well as stand-alone goods like digital cameras, scanners and printers. Buyers can also pick up on various deals like a free DVD player with selected PCs or a 'buy now and pay nothing until 2003' offer.

In October, Time announced that a high percentage of its stores would be packing up and relocating into high-street retail locations, as well as being fleshed out into fully stocked IT retail stores. This followed the news that arch-rival Tiny was taking over its Powerhouse concession contract. ®

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