Google Opens A Chrome Store

By | October 4, 2011 | 2 Comments


Google Opens A Chrome Store

If you are in London and got some time to waste, check the very first retail store from the search giant itself.

Dubbed “The Chrome Zone”, Google hopes to help users understand the concept of a cloud based computing and push some Chromebooks, such as Samsung’s Series 5 along the way.

The Chrome Zone is designed to be as open, colourful and user-friendly as possible, and there are seating areas for shoppers to enable them to try out Chromebooks in comfort,

Although this is Google’s first retail store outside its own campus, Evening Standard reports that more shops will appear globally in the coming months.

Via: ZDnet

[Thanks, Ichan]


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  • Armin

    I should really go the next time I’m in London. O_O

    • Anonymous

      lol me too..I wonder what they are selling there.