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Intel retail experience stores will close January 25

Intel has announced that it will be opening its first retail experience stores starting on November 23 in New York’s Nolita area. The goal of the stores is to get customers interested in products running Intel hardware a chance to get up close and personal with the devices.
 
These pop-up stores won't be permanent fixtures and will only be open until January 25, 2014. That will give Christmas shoppers a chance to wander into the store and check out what Intel products have to offer and will give people who get a “cash infusion” for Christmas time to come in and look around before the stores close.
 
The full list of Intel Experience store openings will be providing in the coming days. Other than showing off Intel products, the Intel Experience stores will also offer tidbits about Intel's history, free coffee every day, free movies on Fridays, and lectures from local speakers. The stores will also accept used electronics as part of its recycling program.


So far, it remains unclear exactly what types of product will be displayed in the stores. A safe guess would be various tablets, laptops, and all-in-one computers. 

Source: Laptop Magazine





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