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Stuff.tv reports from the Stuff Live technology exhibition where it's managed to secure exclusive info on a new vending machine soon to be rolled out across the UK.

We're not talking beverages or snack foods and sweets, oh no, this vending machine will be coughing up PS3 games, DVDs, Blu-rays and even downloads direct to memory cards. The new PoP "entertainment vending machine" is a joint venture between Universal Pictures and Sony Computer Entertainment.

At launch the machines will stock 150 movies, including recent hits such as Hellboy II and Mamma Mia. If you're not keen on real world possessions then you'll also be able to download movies and music direct to most MP3/MP4 players and SD memory cards.

You should begin to see the PoP vending machines in cinemas, gyms, universities and travel stations across the UK soon.

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Karlius = 360

Good idea, and yes Asia are loving this concept. Cant wait to pick up a game on the way back home by the station.
Posted 09:08 on 12 November 2008
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Wido

Lol, theft is going to be on the rise then!
Posted 13:35 on 31 October 2008
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pblive

Sounds like a great idea. These things are big in Asia, where you get just go and get physical media at any time of day (not just downloads) and I've seen them being used in Spain instead of having DVD rental and sales.

They can either be used to download on to memory card or burn a proper disc, and tend to be cheaper than the shop versions.

What exactly is so terrible about that idea?
Posted 12:01 on 31 October 2008
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Doc

I agree with Karlius, what a stupid idea!!
Posted 11:36 on 31 October 2008
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Dan

Pointless even
Posted 11:32 on 31 October 2008
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Dan

At least it is not as pointlees as your comment
Posted 11:32 on 31 October 2008
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Karlius

What an utter load of Rubbish.
Posted 11:22 on 31 October 2008
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