Pics: Wired Holiday Store NYC

Pics: Wired Holiday Store NYC
Design

PSFK checks out Wired magazine's annual selection of gadgets and gear at their holiday pop-up store.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 23 november 2009

PSFK stopped by the annual Wired Holiday Pop-up store in NYC. This time the venue moved to a former gallery space in the Meatpacking district. As in past years, products are presented in vignettes based on a theme. Adjacent to the door is a green products area dominated by a Zero S Supermoto EV motorcycle. Other areas present fashion, gaming, outdoor, and of course electronics products. In a nod to the location, smaller products are presented on circular industrial conveyor racks. Overall the product range is either on the expensive side (several hundred – several thousand dollars) or fairly affordable (under $50). If you happen to be in NYC before December 27th, the Wired Store is a good place to stop and check out lots of the new products blogged about in the past year.

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