Newegg and Microsoft team up to help computer shoppers
Newegg and Microsoft are teaming up to make it easier for shoppers to find the Windows 10 computer they want.
The North American tech-focused online retailer has announced a collaboration with Microsoft to deploy a new shopping tool. Newegg’s Windows 10 Advisor – now available to shoppers on Newegg.com – simplifies device selection with what they call “a powerful, intuitive application that helps consumers find the perfect device in just a few clicks.”
Newegg’s Windows 10 Advisor guides customers through the selection process, presenting a range of Windows 10 laptops and 2-in-1 devices based on price range, intended use, performance requirements and desired functionality. As far as we can see, there is nothing for merchants selling relevant devices to do to ensure that what they’re selling is included in the application.
You can check out the system and Newegg’s assortment of Windows 10 laptops and 2-in-1 devices on this page. Newegg might be based in the US and certainly most popular there, it has a broader global reach and users in more than 50 countries.
Newegg sells thousands of products running Windows 10, with plenty of options and features to suit various needs, so we worked with Microsoft to deploy Newegg’s Windows 10 Advisor and make it easy. We’re grateful to Microsoft for their support to develop this powerful new tool.
– Danny Lee, CEO, Newegg
What is Newegg?
Newegg has been around for a while but only recently is it becoming well known in the UK, Europe and developing a name big enough to make it of interested to merchants who have products that will sell where there. One of the most useful aspects of Newegg is the opportunity it provides to trade in the USA with fewer than usual barriers. One key feature is that it acts as the “merchant of record”, which means that you will have no liability regarding US sales tax if you choose to sell on it as a merchant.