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Google will show off its new gear at NYC and LA pop-up shops

The temporary retail spaces will open October 19th.
Rob LeFebvre, @roblef
October 4, 2017
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If you want to get a good look at one of Google's array of just-announced devices, you're in luck. The company has two pop-up shops coming October 19th to New York and Los Angeles where you can drop in, fondle the goods. Unlike like last year's temporary retail spots, you'll be able to buy products there rather than having order whatever you want to be shipped to your home.

One temporary retail space will sit at 110 Fifth Avenue from 10 AM to 8 PM daily, while you'll be able to find the West Coast version at 8552 Melrose Avenue during the same hours. The Melrose store in WeHo (West Hollywood) has the same address as a fabric wholesaler, Maharam, while the Fifth Avenue store in the Flatiron district has no other businesses associated with it, according to Google Maps.

Update: Shortly have this post went live, Google confirmed visitors will be able to purchase products at the pop-up shops this year. We've updated the text to reflect the new information.

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