Microsoft Store Wins it For VR, a Boon For Oculus

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Microsoft Store Wins it For VR, a Boon For Oculus

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Last weekend, we released MTBS' Ultimate VR Shopping Guide.  We wanted something that would appeal to traditional consumers that didn't necessarily know the first thing about computers or virtual reality.

Part of this guide focused on the shopping experience.  MTBS secret shopped to see how VR was being showcased and how customers are reacting.  We learned that in the case of Best Buy Canada, EB Games Canada, and Amazon, their available VR demonstrations are very limited.  More importantly, they have a no return policy for open box VR equipment.  Amazon is a potential exception because they negotiate on a case by case basis.
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Microsoft Store Wins it For VR, a Boon For Oculus

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[caption id="attachment_17283" align="alignnone" width="514"]http://www.mtbs3d.com/gallery/albums/userpics/10002/BestBuy_VR_Return.jpgNo Opened Box Return Policy For Oculus at Best Buy Canada [/caption]Last weekend, we released MTBS' Ultimate VR Shopping Guide.  We wanted something that would appeal to traditional consumers that didn't necessarily know the first thing about computers or virtual reality.

Part of this guide focused on the shopping experience.  MTBS secret shopped to see how VR was being showcased and how customers are reacting.  We learned that in the case of Best Buy Canada, EB Games Canada, and Amazon, their available VR demonstrations are very limited.  More importantly, they have a no return policy for open box VR equipment.  Amazon is a potential exception because they negotiate on a case by case basis.


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