Amazon’s New York City bookstore is picture-perfect – CNET

Amazon has been previewing the arrival of its new bookstore for several weeks.

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The bookstore is on the third floor.

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The real entrance to the store.

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Top-rated books online have their own table.

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The store features 3,000 books and is 4,000 square feet in size.

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The store is divided into several mini sections.

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The central payment station.

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View out the back window.

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Several employees were helping walk-ins and members of the media during the preview event.

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The Alexa/Echo demo station.

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The store has a little bit of everything, not just books.

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Naturally, Amazon Fire tablets were on display. That’s CNET’s intrepid videographer Ariel Nunez in action.

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The Kindle line on display.

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There are even some kitchen items.

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One corner of the store is devoted to electronics.

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Recommendations, Amazon’s popular online feature, in the physical world.

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The sign speaks for itself.

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What books are popular with New York readers based on Amazon’s online data (yes, they know exactly what you’re reading).

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Echo speakers.

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Get lost in the stacks.

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Phone cases. Just what everybody needs.

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Those phone cases are near the checkout counter.

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CNET reporter Ben Fox Rubin asking tough questions.

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