Microsoft to open Specialty Store at King of Prussia Mall on April 13

Tom Paine

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Microsoft said in a post today on the Official Microsoft Blog that it is opening five new Microsoft Specialty Stores, including one at King of Prussia Mall on April 13. Microsoft said its Specialty Stores, the first of which opened last Fall, "sell an array of Microsoft products, including Microsoft Surface Pro with Windows 8 Pro, Microsoft Surface RT, Windows Phone 8 and Xbox/Kinect." Microsoft lists about 75 stores (rough count), some of which are considered Specialty Stores and some not, in North America, including the five new locations.

Microsoft has three stores in New Jersey (Bridgewater Commons is the closest to Philly) and one at Christiana Mall in Delaware, which is not a Specialty Store.

Microsoft Specialty Store in Aventura, Fla./
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