A store-within-a-store….sounds like a pretty interesting concept right? This is exactly what Windows has achieved with their new Windows Stores located within Best Buy. I recently had the opportunity to visit a local San Antonio Windows Store in Best Buy and thought it was pretty much the best idea ever! I can’t say that I am the most tech savvy person ever (that would be Daddy Russ). I’m probably just about average, so normally when I walk in to Best Buy I probably look like a deer in headlights trying to figure out what computer to purchase.
Well, guess what all you Average Joes like me… these Windows Stores are our solution! Not only do you get to see the latest Windows-based PCs, tablets, accessories offerings but you also receive support from a Microsoft-trained staff (and let me tell you, they know these products inside and out).
The Windows Stores launched in approximately 500 Best Buy locations across the country and have a square footage ranging from 1,500 square feet to 2,200 square feet.
As soon as you walk in to Best Buy the store really stands out with it’s modern and sleek design, hardwood floors, showcase lighting and more. What I really liked about it is that it is an interactive and engaging experience. Interested in purchasing a product? Try it out first!
The Windows Stores have a device for all your needs from work, play, creative, mobile and more!
Want to take an online peek at the Windows Stores? Click here!
As a fashion blogger, the technology I carry also acts as an accessory. Microsoft now offers all kinds of ways you can customize your device including stylishly colored keyboards!
I hope you have enjoyed this small tour of the new Best Buy Windows Stores! There is truly a product for every need and price point. To learn where your closest Best Buy Windows Store is or to see the latest product offerings click here.
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Disclosure: I am part of the Windows Champions Program and receive incentives from Microsoft to blog about its products. All opinions expressed here are my own.