It’s official: Staples is now selling Apple products

“Consumers looking for Apple products or accessories can now find them at Staples, at least online,” Lance Whitney reports for CNET.

“The retailer is now officially stocking a variety of Apple items at its Web-based store,” Whitney reports. “Staples is offering accessories for the iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Mac, including keyboards, mice, cases, covers, and cables. Larger and pricier items such as Time Capsules and Apple TVs are also available.”

Whitney reports, “The products will start to pop up in Staples’ retail stores as well. A salesperson at one Staples store told me that about half of the physical outlets will soon begin to stock various Apple items.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]

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            The same goes for any political party.

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    1. Staples is also the source of many small and large companies. This may help Apple products and devices dig deeper into companies. It will also help cut away more of the sales going to non-Apple products. It may also help some of the students in college that need a local place to get Apple products in their time of need. Which happens all the time.

  1. Easy to see the accessory needs & Staples handles “office accessories.”

    I don’t think BestBuy can survive offering “everything to everyone”. I’ve tried to find a product @ BB, but the BB employees on the floor were more like used car salesmen than technically trained staff.

  2. I have never found Staples to be a ‘go to’ place for anything but poor service by high school kids who pose as ‘sales people’. I used to scour the electronics section for bargains many years ago but found it was really a waste of time. I have used their photocopying services twice though. Maybe they can take over the photocopying for Samsung because they will have the Apple products and manuals right there in the store.

  3. I can’t see any advantage to Apple for this – just desperation and another lurch in trying to fix what’s wrong. This ain’t it. This will backfire as clueless sales kids can’t answer even the simplest question about how Apple’s products work. Want proof? I often drift over to the Apple area of Best Buy and listen to those numbskulls. Pitiful. Sometimes I help a seriously interested customer by volunteering correct answers. It sometimes pisses off the sales guy and sometimes they say thanks.

    Yep, the Staples experience will be worse and Apple gets more bad buzz. Way to go, Tim. Way to go.

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