Japanese Gadget Exporter AudioCubes Opens AC Gears Shop In NYC

Posted: Oct 25 2007, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:30am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Japanese Gadget Exporter AudioCubes opens AC Gears Shop in NYC
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AudioCubes is the online source for Japanese market only gadgets. Now they are set to bring their gadgets to a retail location in New York this December.

The AC Gear shop will most likely be more interesting to visit than a Sharper Image store. The AC Gears store will carry a wide range of trendy headphones, audio gear, electronic toys, and gadgets not found in the U.S..The AC Gears shop will be located AC near the New York University campus on 8th Street between Broadway and University Place. The opening is scheduled for early December.

AudioCubes was originally founded in 2001 by then Tufts University student Kohn Liu, the company is hoping to expand its physical locations past the first store in Greenwich Village. Within the next five years, Mr. Liu plans on establishing storefronts in multiple areas of the city, including a flagship store in SoHo.
See also the AudioCubes site.

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