This is one of Microsoft's Surface Experience Centers

If you were wondering what Microsoft’s Surface Experience Centers were going to be like, then we’ve got a treat for you: a tour of one of the locations that’s already up and running in Berlin. It looks pretty cozy, too.

Our German friends over at WParea.de received several photos of an Experience Center located in a Berlin and decided to share them with the world. And even though their ‘tour’ isn’t quite as thorough as we’d like, it’ll at least give you an idea of what to expect when and if you get to see one of Microsoft’s pop-up locations for yourself.

As you can see, it’s tucked away inside Motel One's cafe area, and the atmosphere lends itself to Microsoft's new image pretty well, with its shag carpet, orb lamps, fireplace and retro chic furniture.

If you’re lucky enough to be near one of the Experience Centers (you can see a list of them here, but keep in mind that Microsoft still hasn’t announced any US locations, and the previously announced UK location info has gone MIA since yesterday), it looks like you’ll have a nice environment to kick back in and try out a Surface for yourself. We can’t wait to stop by one for ourselves!

Source: WParea.de | Via WP Central | Images via WP Area

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So when you say "we've got treat for you" you actually mean another site has a treat for you but we're going to try and take some credit?

TheDogsBed said,
So when you say "we've got treat for you" you actually mean another site has a treat for you but we're going to try and take some credit?

Clearly not, because that site is labelled as the source for the article. Of course, this is how journalism/reporting works. Someone breaks a story and other outlets report on that story, citing the outlet that broke it.

Neowin aren't trying to take credit for anything, regarding this story.

Not how they look like in Australia, at least in Sydney. Basically a small kiosk with 6-8 surfaces to play with.