Microsoft store logo revealed

A post by Long Zheng from istartedsomething shows that the logo for the Microsoft store has been revealed, and was filed last week by Microsoft at the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

The logo, shown below, bears a strong resemblance to the Windows logo, and according to Zheng's post, it's "registered to cover a multitude of goods and services including retail store services and online retail services featuring computers, computer hardware, software, computer games, computer peripherals, portable music players and accessories, personal digital assistants, cell phones and accessories, video game consoles and accessories, webcams, books, clothing, back packs, messenger bags, computer bags and novelty items".

We've previously reported that Microsoft plans to open up their own retail stores right next to Apple's stores. Microsoft has announced that it's first locations would be in California and Arizona.

Back in late July, documents were leaked revealing possible Microsoft store layout plans. However, the company said that these plans were early prototypes and were not finalized.

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