One of the presumed/potential benefits of buying tech at brick’n’mortar locations rather than via online is the opportunity to see, touch, and try before buying (or deciding to not buy). (Other p/b b’s include helpful sales people — particularly at Micro Center, and getting the product then and there.)
Sometimes this works out — leading to my buying, or confirming that it’s not what I want.
But other times, not so much. Continue reading