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Automated convenient store sets up shop at California university

Shop24, an automated convenience store concept company, has installed and opened a Shop24 on the campus of Cal State Fullerton in Fullerton, California, reports the CSP Daily News.

With the ability to accept cash as well as debit and credit cards, the Shop24 dispenses a variety of products from fresh foods to packaged goods. The machine also features an integrated video security system so that it can be monitored remotely to ensure safety for its customers.

Titan Shops, a CSUF campus bookstore, will be responsible for selecting stocked items and the different price points. The automated machine can hold up to 175 products ranging from one ounce to eight pounds including food, beverages, snacks, health and beauty aids, as well as large packaged goods.

The State University of New York (SUNY) at Morrisville has had the Shop24 machines installed on its campus, and its Cortland campus is scheduled for installation in early November 2010.

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