Target has designed an interactive electronics store that will allow customers to test out different smart devices. The 'Target Open House' will not only focus on selling smart devices, but also on providing tutorials and educating the public about the latest products.
The new store will be based in San Francisco and will feature a transparent glass house that showcases each of the devices in action. The 3,500 square foot storefront will include a broad range of devices including coffee makers that begin brewing when you wake up and phone alarms that alert you if you baby is crying. When customers walk into the store, the devices will automatically sync to their smartphones for a truly interactive experience.
Target's interactive electronic store will provide a unique way for customers to try out new products and learn about how technology is evolving.
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