CD-ROM still has plenty of potential in supermarkets. The multimedia format for games and other software used on personal computers has yet to take off as either a rental or a sell-through item, retailers told SN. But as sales of computers equipped with CD-ROM drives continue to increase the installed base nationally, retailers have not given up hope that these products may eventually become a significant part of their entertainment software offerings. "We are starting with CD-ROM," said ...
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