Google could open independent showrooms soon
Working For Notebookcheck
Are you a techie who knows how to write? Then join our Team!
News Editor - Details here
Even though online commerce makes up a good majority of company sales, having a physical storefront is still necessary to showcase products. Apple, Microsoft and even Dell all have their own showrooms and Google may be joining the pack soon.
According to 9to5google, Google is in the process of setting up multiple stores across the US, with an anticipated opening date of this year's holidays. Although the company has booths at various retailers in the US and UK, the standalone showrooms are a first and appear to be directly influenced by Google Glass. The hope is this will give prospective customers a chance to test out the flagship goggles before shelling out the requisite $500-$1,000 when they hit retail.
While most customers may head over to test drive Google Glass, the stores will also sell other flagship devices, including Chromebooks and the Nexus smartphones and tablets. There is no information as to how many stores will open or whether non-Google, Android products will be sold, but more news should be available soon.
» Top 10 Multimedia Laptops
» Top 10 Budget Multimedia Laptops
» Top 10 Gaming Laptops
» Top 10 Budget Gaming Notebooks
» Top 10 Lightweight Gaming Laptops
» Top 10 Business Laptops
» Top 10 Budget Office Laptops
» Top 10 Workstation Laptops
» Top 10 Subnotebooks
» Top 10 Ultrabooks
» Top 10 Chromebooks
» Best Laptop Displays
» Best Laptops for University Students
» Top alternatives to the Apple MacBook Pro 13
» Top alternatives to the Apple MacBook Pro 15
» Top alternatives to the MacBook 12/Air
» Top 10 Laptops for Picture and Video Editing