Creating a no-sales store requires relatively complete technical support, and there are already early layouts at home and abroad.
According to Reuters, Microsoft has quietly entered this frontier consumer field, relying on Project Kinect for Azure to provide a full range of solutions.
The partner of Microsoft's technology landing is Wal-Mart, the world's No. 1 department store retailer, and it is unclear when it will be able to see the opening of the first store.
In fact, Microsoft and Amazon's competition in the cloud service/cloud computing trend is increasingly entrenched. Microsoft's fanfare is also a sword to the Amazon, and not to mention what kind of storm it can set off. The giant's admission to the ecological perfection and maturity All will be of great benefit.
Last year, the no-destination store of the Amazon Goes opened in Seattle and will soon expand into Chicago and San Francisco. The experience is that when you swipe your mobile phone over a supermarket gate, you can buy your own product. The process of picking up the product and putting it into your shopping bag is equivalent to adding to your shopping cart. Fully automated checkout when leaving the store, no cashiers and counters.