MOD Systems Introduces Digital Music Kiosks at Quick Chek Stores Download2Go Kiosks Enable Direct Loading of DRM-free MP3 Music to MP3 Players and Flash Storage Drives, Bringing Digital Music to Retail Environments 12.07.2010– Music fans now have new and convenient ways to purchase DRM-free MP3s as MOD Systems introduces its Download2Go digital music kiosks in Quick Chek stores. Quick Chek features the music kiosks in 10 locations across its New York and New Jersey convenience stores. Download2Go kiosks bring digital entertainment into retail environments, allowing consumers to build their digital music collections by downloading songs or albums to MP3 players, SD cards, or flash storage drives. The Download2Go digital music kiosks allow consumers to choose from a wide variety of MP3 music tracks, easily purchase individual songs or entire albums, and play anywhere—on MP3 players, cell phones, or PCs and Macs. MOD Systems deployed the first Download2Go digital movie kiosks this summer in 30 InMotion Entertainment stores in airports throughout the U.S. The kiosks are designed for retail environments and other out of home locations—such as airports, convenience stores and shopping malls—and give retailers the latest entertainment titles for sale, promotions and loyalty programs, and a differentiated value add for their customers. “Retailers are looking for opportunities to capture customer interest in digital entertainment or take back sales that have shifted from their stores to online,” said Anthony Bay, CEO of MOD Systems. “Consumers can now build their digital music collections outside the home without requiring connectivity, while retailers can sell the latest entertainment content in a way that drives impulse purchases and repeat customer visits.” Quick Chek, a leading New York metro food service retailer, enters the entertainment products category with Download2Go kiosks. Through the relationship, Quick Chek brings an innovative new product to its stores and a new way to engage its customers. “Quick Chek is focused on total customer dedication, which is exemplified by our second to none customer service, in store bakeries, great sub and soup offers, award winning coffee, and no fee ATMs,” said Vice President of Sales and Marketing John Schaninger. “The new Download2Go music solution with MOD Systems is another example of Quick Chek partnering with innovative companies to satisfy the needs of our customers. We are excited to bring digital music products to our customers that differentiate our brand, attract new customers, and integrate well into our sales and marketing campaigns.” In addition to music, MOD Systems provides Download2Go digital movie kiosks with thousands of films from major Hollywood and independent studios. With movie rentals, and movie and episodic television sales, customers can browse for and download the latest new releases, box office hits, and catalog classics to Secure Digital (SD) memory cards, with content playable on Windows PCs and a growing number of portable and home devices. The Download2Go kiosks can include music, television shows, and movies for a complete digital entertainment download solution for retailers.
rofl; what are the odds that if I have an MP3 player, that I do not have some form of computer somewhere. I guess this would be looked at more as an impulse buy though really. I mean I see the point, but it just would strike me as odd that a person could not only do this, but do it for less on there home PC, Notebook, Netbook, Tablet or smart phone.
this will flop. who rents music? public libraries- and its free.
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It's *buying* music that's DRM free. Not renting it.
I wonder what bit-rate and quality it is?
What kind of selection do they have?
This may be something that people with Dial-Up internet could use to get songs without waiting so long.
Do you have to buy albums? Or can you just choose songs?
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You point out some things I did not take into consideration realneil, I forgot some people still use dial up! Wow I have not used dial up in like 15 year's at least, probably longer.
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