LOS ANGELES -- Impulse purchasing and changing computer- user demographics will drive budget-priced CD-ROM sales in supermarkets. So far, the CD-ROM market is not right for a big sales success in the grocery channel, but the future potential is strong, said suppliers polled at the recent E3 (Electronic Entertainment Exposition) show here. Packaging, merchandising programs and the growth of CD-ROM into a mass market will make the supermarket environment an ideal place for the disc-based ...

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