I visited Amazon's first retail store, and here's what I hated about it
In November, Amazon opened its first brick-and-mortar location, Amazon Books, in Seattle's upscale University Village mall.
The store sells not only books, but also Amazon devices such as the Kindle, Echo, Fire TV, and Fire Tablet.
But one thing about Amazon's new store is unlike all other retail locations: No prices are listed on any items for sale.
Instead, Amazon forces customers to look up prices on its app or at an in-store scanner.
Personally, I found it too time-consuming and annoying to have to walk around holding my phone in my hand instead of being able to page through potential books I wanted to purchase.
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