Ever wanted to work at an Apple Store? Now you can thanks to ThinkGeek. For $179. 99 you get a complete two story Apple Store with employee figures. An optional line pack sells for $49.99. With the line-pack you can re-enact the iPad 2 launch.
Amazing PLAYMOBIL™ set introduces children to the magic of Apple technology
Interactive play teaches important social interaction skills
Includes everything pictured: entire store with figures and over 60 accessories
Store comes fully staffed with PLAYMOBIL™ Apple Store associates
Ground floor of Apple store features product demo tables, software shelves and kids corner
Top floor includes Genius Bar and Keynote Theater with miniSteve Jobs figure
Use your own real iPhone 4 as the screen behind Steve Jobs in the Keynote Theater (downloadable simulated keynote presentation available on the PLAYMOBIL™ website)
Purchase the optional Line Pack and stage your own Apple Device launch party!
Entire store measures 72 cm long x 36 cm deep x 40 cm high
Officially licensed Apple product
Below you can watch a video that demonstrates the highlights of the Apple Store Playmobil set.
April Fools' Day! If you did not get it by now, it is April 1st. ThinkGeek got seriously creative again this year with the Apple Store Playmobil set and tons of other fake products that you can find on their site. The video above is a super fun mock of Apple product introduction videos. Last year ThinkGeek started actually producing some of their famous April Fools' fake products. I do not see it happening for the Apple Store PlayMobil set though, as PlayMobil and Apple likely will not go along with that.
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Doc Rivers Gets 5-Year Extension With Los Angeles Clippers
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