Since it wasn't for me, I was just the chauffeur and tag-along eyes and ears. So I was free to look around and appreciate the experience. And, oh my, what an experience it was. First of all, we had to drive to an up-scale mall in the city. Made the nicest local mall seem pretty low on the market pole.
This store is the most aesthetically pleasing place I've been in - ever! Walking through the doors, was like walking into computer heaven. It is so light, bright and airy it is like being on a cloud. That iCloud thingie seems completely appropriate. The effect is achieved with light and no clutter. Every housekeeper's dream. The lights are so bright, I wish I had even one when I'm knitting at night.
The store is huge. There were at least 35 blue T-shirted
|Look, ma! No wires!|
Soon another helpful young man is patiently helping Anne set up her very own Mac. I did a lot of browsing on the shelves during this time. I loved some of the product names...my favorite is Bento Box. Don't ask me what it does. I know what a bento box is but I couldn't translate that into a computer function. Then another young man carried the purchase out to the car and the adventure was all over. For me anyway. Now, someone else's learning begins. There are frequent cries of delight as some new trick is discovered. And the occasional moan when things get a little too different. I am not tempted - yet!