Microsoft to open Holiday “Pop-Up” Stores on Oct 26
The largest software giant, Microsoft hit debut of its “pop-up” stores on Oct. 26 in US and Canada, the same day when the IT giant will officially launch Windows 8, but along with newest Windows RT-powered Surface Tablet computer.
Microsoft’s “pop up” stores are of temporary stores will open for 32 days in holiday season whose facility had already announced last month that where to open.
Revealing on its website, Microsoft said that its holiday shops, featuring a “curated collection of best Microsoft’s products” including Redmond’s anticipated Surface tablet will open doors for consumers.
Beside this, a huge number of latest devices would seem to be showcasing in these “pop- up” stores as Microsoft said in a statement, “The holiday stores continue to offer customers the opportunity to learn new technology skills and get the most out of their Microsoft-enabled devices.”
Meanwhile, still no information about whether the company will sell out its Surface tablet or offer services some of like its permanent stores, including Answer Desk, Genius Bar etc.
Targeting the highest record to open temporary stores in the US market, Microsoft is seeking to introduce new locations such as New York City, San Franciso, Canada and other many more, more than 60 locations.
Microsoft new Surface Tablets would be powered by next generation Windows 8 OS and acted as duo gadget tablet as well as desktop and will be hit on shelves if Microsoft own retail stores and website.