Google opens up a dedicated Google Store for all things Google

Need to purchase an Android-powered smartphone or tablet, or maybe an Android Wear-powered smartwatch? Enter the Google Store.

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Up until now, you've had to purchase Android-powered devices through Google Play, but the Mountain View-based giant has just opened up a new store for all things Google, known as the Google Store.

Google opens up a dedicated Google Store for all things Google |

The Google Store sells everything Google, including smartphones, tablets, Chromebooks, Chromecast, Android Wear devices and accessories, and even Nest products. The new store UI is beautifully clean and easy to use, with the company adding that the store is the result that they've added countless products to their family over the last few years, and wanted to provide an easier way of purchasing them.

The launch of the Google Store is good timing, as the company has just launched its new Chromebook Pixel 2 laptop, which is now on sale for $999.


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