PENTAX Q AVAILABLE IN LARGEST WIRED STORE EVER

Times Square WIRED Store to feature 10,000 square feet of hot holiday gadgets, art installations and special events from November 18 – December 24


New York, NY (November 2011) – Tech aficionados, gadget junkies and holiday shoppers can rejoice when The WIRED Store (www.wired.com/store) returns to New York City in a new location in the heart of Times Square from Friday, Nov. 18 through Saturday, Dec. 24.  Store hours are noon to 7 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays (closed Thanksgiving Day).  Located at 42nd and Broadway, the 7th annual WIRED Store invites shoppers to get a first look at unique gadgets and gear such as the PENTAX Q (the smallest interchangeable lens camera in the world):
http://store.wired.com/product/192-pentax-q-in-white
http://store.wired.com/product/191-pentax-q-in-black   


The brick-and-mortar store is a spin-off of WIRED, known for its big ideas, innovative design and focus on forecasting trends. With a pixel-based winter landscape and color scheme, the interactive shopping gallery will feature more than 200 of the hottest new products, on display and available for purchase, as well as a schedule of engaging events. Items include an array of electronics, apparel, art and design fixtures, kitchenware, luxury items, games and for adults and children of
all ages.

Special events include:
• Saturday, November 26:  GeekDad Family Day
• Wednesday, November 30: Norman Reedus of AMCʼs “The Walking Dead” photo exhibit
• Sunday, December 4:  Game Day
• Wednesday, December 7 and Thursday, December 15: Music Spotlight Series, featuring rising indie bands
• Saturday, December 3, 10, and 17: Maker Demo Days

For more information on the 2011WIRED Store, including a full list of products and events, please visit www.wired.com/store  or visit the store tab via Facebook at www.facebook.com/wired  Follow on Twitter @WIREDInsider and use the hashtag #wiredstore.

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