Although we’ve long heard rumors about Google’s plans to open its own brick and mortar retail stores to showcase its Android and Chrome products, a new report suggests that the company may open stores dedicated solely to its wearable computing device. According to Business Insider, Google’s rumored retail stores will cater specifically to customers looking to buy Google Glass. The Glass brand will reportedly be front and center, with Glass specialists on site to help users test the highly anticipated device. Earlier reports had claimed that Google was interested in opening retail stores in several major metropolitan areas across the United States ahead of this year’s holiday season.

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