Transcript for How Brick and Mortor Stores Are Taking On Online Shopping
Tomorrow is the last weekend before Christmas. And if you're like 93% of us, your shopping list isn't done. But take heart, retailers are bringing the digital world into the stores. Here's Rebecca Jarvis. Reporter: Amazon announcing their one-hour delivery. But you can only get that in new York City. So, for all you delinquent gifters, those old-time brick and mortar stores are your best bet. And they're bringing the ease of online shopping to their store. You can scan what you want and they bring it to your dressing room. And Lowe's is experimenting with robot sales people. A This is the big thing that is going to revolutionize retail. Yeah, this is a big part of it. Reporter: This giant touch screen lets you bring clothes to your dressing room, even order a drink. And the dressing room recognizes clothes instantly with rfid tags. It will channel it here to let you know what you brought into the fitting room. Reporter: Need another size? You never need to run through the store in your underwear. You can even adjust the lighting. There we go. Very nice. So, whether you spend it running around or clicking around the web, take heart. Shoppers are winning the traditional face-off this season. Rebecca Jarvis in New York.
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