Gerry Harvey's made no secret of how miserable he is with the Australian retail scene, and especially the online shopping future, but he's bowed to the inevitable; Harvey Norman's online presence now offers web shopping — sort of. Unlike the lame-but-somehow-still-plopping-along Harvey Norman Big Buys site this appears to offer the full gamut of Harvey Norman products, from computers to washing machines, but some products are listed for in-store pickup only, which rather removes one of the most convenient factors with online shopping; what's the point in ordering an iPad 2 online only to have to trek to a Harvey Norman store, find a salesperson, wait for them to find your order and then go home again? [Harvey Norman http://harveynorman.com.au/]
Harvey Norman Finally Goes Online
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