Google has opened a new store in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood. Starting Wednesday, June 16, the tech giant began taking clients at its location on 134 N 6th Street. It’s the 2nd physical retail location in the U. S., following the opening of the first in New York City last year. It bills itself as a one-of-a-kind ‘local’ store that allows customers to interact with Google offerings firsthand.
Large interactive displays exhibit Google’s items in the Google Store Williamsburg, giving customers an idea about what they’re buying into before they buy. This might entail allowing college students to select a Pixel 6 case for their device. Users interested in joining up with Google Fi can also use the interactive screens to learn more about the plans.
Choosing a product from the Grab & Go wall, which could be a Pixel phone or a Nest smart speaker, is another feature of the new Williamsburg store. Users can also preorder products click and collect their devices from the store without trouble. Finally, there are sofas to lounge on, which can provide clients with a home-like feel when using a Google Product. The space would also be utilized to host workshops and arrange community activities.
According to Google, the new store will organize community events in honor of Brooklyn, such as guided treks to try out Pixel camera features on the Pixel 6. If you reside in the area, it could be worth your time to visit the new shop in Williamsburg.