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Fourteenth ever Microsoft store coming to Tysons
photoThe soon-to-be shop for PCs.
Out with the old, in with the new? On the day Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced he was resigning from his position, Microsoft emails me to let me know it will be opening its 14th store worldwide at Tysons Corner Mall. Timing much? In my personal life I'm a true Mac girl and I won't go back, but alas I'm a PC girl at work and I believe its better to be proficient at both.

No additionall information was provided about the expected date of opening, etc. However, what I do know is that the store will offer Windows 7 PCs, Windows Phones, Kinect for Xbox 360, Office 2010 and more.

Microsoft now has locations in Scottsdale, Ariz., Mission Viejo, Calif., Lone Tree, Colo., San Diego, Calif., Oak Brook, Ill., Bloomington, Minn., Bellevue, Wash., Costa Mesa, Calif., Atlanta, Ga., Houston, Texas and Los Angeles, Calif. From computers and software to games, music and phones, customers will have access to it all at the Microsoft Store. The store also offers services such as personal training, technical support, ongoing performance tuneups and more.

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