The Google shop in London sells Google related products, including Android phones, Chromebook laptops, and Chromecast TV service, and if offers customers a hands-on experience with their products and services.
The Google shop, a store dedicated to Google-related products such as Android phones, Chromebook laptops, and Chromecast TV service, is now open for business at the flagship Currys and PC World superstore in London.
One of the highlights of the Google shop is Portal, that allows users to simulate flying around the world using Google Earth. In addition to that, customers can let their creative juices flow at the “doodle wall”, on which they can paint and design their own Google Logo.
The Google shop also offers internet security workshops, “Virtual Space Camps” for children, where they will be taught basic coding skills, and open houses for educators to test out Google products and services for their educational endeavors.
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Source: The Telegraph