The tech pop-up offers more than 125 items.
Through Sunday, August 13, tech takes over Nordstrom with the launch of its new Pop-In@Nordstrom: Gets Wired pop-up shop.
The pop-up is only available in select stores and online, with Dallas’ Nordstrom at NorthPark Center as the sole Texas location.
Featuring more than 125 products curated by Olivia Kim, Nordstrom’s VP of creative projects, the shop resembles the inside of a computer: all-white, blue fluorescent lighting, display tables disguised as computer chips, and a circuit-board floor graphic.
Products are designed for everything from home, fitness, and health to travel, accessories, and pet care, ranging from $9.99 to nearly $2,000.
For the chef: Try the Bluetooth-enabled ChefSteps: Joule Sous Vide, which allows you to set a temperature and time for food to cook.
For the water lover: Opt for the PowerVision Power Ray Underwater Robot drone, it can operate at a depth of 30 meters for up to four hours.
And for the selfie-obsessed, the Ollo Clip Active Lens is a must-have. Clip it to your iPhone for telephoto and ultra-wide lenses.
Other fun gadgets include the Ringly Go activity tracker that offers guided meditation, a Polaroid Draw 3D Pen, Petcube cameras, Navdy transparent dashboard GPS, Gamevice Mobile Console Gaming, and iHealth Core scales.
Nordstrom, NorthPark Center, 8687 N. Central Expressway, 214.231.3900.