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Les nouvelles boutiques du Grand Carré Jaude à Clermont-Ferrand

Publié par Bertrand le mercredi 9 octobre 2013 à 08h18min, mis a jour le mercredi 13 novembre 2013 à 08h14min - 114182 lectures

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A un peu plus d'un mois de l'ouverture de l'extension du Nouveau Carré Jaude, le Centre Jaude n'a pas encore communiqué l'ensemble des nouvelles enseignes qui s'installeront. Alors nous avons essayé de dresser la liste.

L’extension du Centre Jaude au Nouveau Carré Jaude ouvrira ses portes aux clients le mercredi 13 novembre 2013 à 10h. Elle proposera une offre de 56 boutiques dont certaines qui sont inédites dans la région.

Si les noms n’ont pas été officialisés, il est possible d’en découvrir une bonne partie grâce aux offres d’emploi publiées depuis plusieurs mois. Cette extension représente en effet pas moins de 400 emplois.

Certaines enseignes avaient déjà fuité depuis pas mal de temps déjà. Nous avions déjà annoncé l’arrivé d’un grand H&M pour femmes, hommes et enfants annoncé comme le plus grand en France en dehors de Paris. Autre « star » du nouveau centre commercial, un Lego Store, seulement le troisième en France.

Dans le domaine du prêt-à-porter les « locomotives » s’appelleront Bershka, Hollister, Superdry, Kaporal, Gstar, Desigual, Cop Copines, Les P’tites Bombes ou encore Levi’s Store. Devraient aussi être très attendues par les clermontois les boutiques Foot Locker et Adidas Originals.

Autre enseigne inédite mais dans le domaine de la maison, Hema chaîne hollandaise proposant des produits pour la maison et le quotidien à prix abordable. Ceux qui aiment faire la cuisine, apprécieront sûrement la boutique Alice Délice qui propose ustensiles, épices, livres idées de rangement...

Le Grand Carré Jaude va aussi accueillir une boutique YellowKorner qui permet d’acheter des photos d’art à un prix accessible à tous et fait la promotion de nombreux photographes. On y trouvera aussi une bijouterie Mauboussin et côté beauté Nocibé et The Body Shop.

Le centre commercial accueillera aussi des boutiques ASM, Eden, Geox, Harcourt, La Chaise Longue, Pylones. Bien entendu, il faudra aussi se restaurer et vous trouverez une grande brasserie ainsi que Manhattan Store, chaîne proposant hot-dogs, bagels ou donuts dans l’esprit new-yorkais.

 Une liste...

1 Nocibé Beauté
2 Bubble Break Bubble Tea
3 Swarovski Bijoux
4 Bijouterie Mauboussin Bijoux
5 Marc Orian Bijoux
6 Calzedonia chaussettes, collants et maillots de bain
7 Eden Chaussures
8 Harcourt Chaussures
9 Geox Chaussures
10 L’Occitane Cosmétiques et maison
11 Alice Délice Cuisine
12 La Chaise Longue Déco, objets
13 Lego Store Jouets
14 Darjeeling Lingerie
15 Passionata Lingerie
16 Primadonna Collection chaussures et accessoires pour femmes
17 OS+ Optical Service Lunettes
18 Général Optique Lunettes
19 Gérard Cabiron Macarons
20 Hema Maison - bazar
21 KIKO Maquillage beauté
22 Carnet de Vol (déménagement) Mode
23 H&M Mode
24 Bershka Mode
25 Hollister Mode
26 SuperDry Mode
27 Levi’s Store Mode
28 Kaporal Mode
29 Desigual Mode
30 Gstar Mode
31 Izac Mode
32 Sud Express Mode
33 Arthur & Aston Mode
34 Little Marcel Mode
35 Cop Copines Mode
36 Les petites Bombes Mode
37 Comptoir des Cotonniers Mode
38 Pylones Objets
39 YellowKorner Photo
40 Manhattan Store (gastronomie) Restauration rapide
41 Boutique ASM Sport
42 Foot Locker Sport
43 Adidas Originals Sport
44 SFR Téléphonie
45 Brasserie L’Auguste
46 Coiffeur Camille Albane
47 Crédit Agricole 1 Banque
48 Crédit Agricole 2 Banque
49 Bizzbee Mode
50 American Vintage Mode
51 The Kase habillage et personnalisation de smartphones et tablettes tactiles
52 Celio Club Mode
53 Groupama Assurance
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54 Zara (déménagement) ? Mode
55 MAC Cosmetics Cosmétiques
56 Etam (déménagement) ? Mode
57 Go Sport (déménagement) ? Mode
58  ?  ?

 ... à compléter

Pôle Emploi a aussi publié une offre pour une boutique American Vintage mais sans indiquer si elle sera dans le Grand Carré Jaude. Des boutiques se déplacent en effet de l’un à l’autre comme Swarovski remplacé par Pandora et libèrent donc des espaces. Carnet de Vol conserve sa boutique au Centre Jaude mais en ouvre une autre dans le nouveau centre commercial. On annonçait aussi les déménagements de Zara, Etam et Go Sport qui cherchaient à s’agrandir.

De plus le Grand Carré Jaude comprendra aussi un hôtel et un cinéma multiplexe de 7 salles et 1.200 fauteuils créé par CGR.

Pour l’instant, il ne devrait donc pas y avoir des très attendus par les clermontois Gap, Starbucks ou d’enseigne de bricolage qui manque en centre-ville. Toutefois cette liste est incomplète et je fais appel à votre aide pour la compléter.

Si vous avez participé aux travaux, passé des entretiens de recrutement, visité le Grand Carré Jaude et avez d’autres noms à ajouter, n’hésitez pas à remplir le formulaire ci dessous.

Mises à jour avec vos informations :

  • on m’a signalé l’ouverture d’une boutique Bizzbee, marque qui propose des vêtements, chaussures et accessoires pour garçons et filles entre 16 et 25 ans
  • La brasserie s’appellera L’Auguste
  • Le Paradis du Fruit, bar et restaurant spécialiste du fruit, avait indiqué à certain d’entre vous son arrivée. Contactée ce vendredi, la chaine a démenti son arrivée et indiqué qu’il n’y avait pas d’ouverture prévue à Clermont.
  • on m’a aussi indiqué l’ouverture de MAC Cosmetics
  • The Body Shop a confirmé qu’il ne s’installera pas
  • The Kase, enseigne dédiée entièrement à l’habillage et à la personnalisation de smartphones et tablettes tactiles, est à la recherche de ses vendeurs en CDI pour sa boutique dans l’extension du Centre Jaude.
  • Contrairement à ce que j’avais indiqué, Primadonna Collection ne propose pas de la lingerie mais des chaussures et accessoires pour femmes
  • Les Petites Bombes : déménagement de la boutique située 21 rue Saint Genès. LPB séduira les femmes actives, urbaines, et modernes de 25 à 45 ans ainsi bien en vêtements, chaussures et accessoires.
  • Bubble Break a confirmé son ouverture

Les chaines qui ont démenti leur ouverture malgré les rumeurs :

  • Le Paradis du Fruit
  • Starbucks
  • Nespresso

- Une liste définitive des boutiques présentes à l’ouverture est publiée sur cet article

Lire aussi...

  • Un Lego Store au Grand Carré Jaude à Clermont-Ferrand
  • Un grand H&M au Grand Carré Jaude
  • Pasta Nina et Pandora s’installent au Centre Jaude
  • Visite du chantier du cinéma multiplexe CGR du Grand Carré Jaude
  • Les boutiques du Grand Carré Jaude ouvrent ce mercredi 13 novembre

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The best HDMI operating system sticks

There's a new kind of computer in town and it's resides on an HDMI stick that's not much bigger than a pack of gum.

In the beginning: Cotton Candy

Google recently grabbed a lot of headlines for its new Chromebit, a Chrome OS computer in a HDMI stick. That's fine, but Google and Asus are far from the first to put a computer on an HDMI stick. That honor goes to FXI Technologies Cotton Candy, which released it first model in 2012.

The first model used a Samsung's 1.2GHz dual-core Exynos 4210 CPU, which is based on an ARM Cortex-A9 processor, a Mali 400 graphics processor capable of streaming 1080p video, and 1GB of RAM. For storage it used a MicroSD card.

While it never set the world on fire, the Cotton Candy did start the market for Android-based HDMI sticks. Unlike many of its competitors, Cotton Candy could -- and still can-- be used not just on HDMI-equipped TVs and monitors but on PCs as well. That's because you can use its USB 2 port to run its operating system as a virtual machine with your PC's existing operating system.

In theory, the Cotton Candy is still available today, but, when I checked, the device is no longer available from its company's online store.

The Cotton Candy could be used on computers or as a way to turn an ordinary TV into a "Smart TV." Most of these early model HDMI computers, such as the Rikomagic MK802II, were used as Smart TVs, rather than as an "in your pocket" computer.

A lot of HDMI computer sticks are still more about adding on to your TV rather than converting it into a computer. But, as they've evolved, they've become real computing platforms. Here's what I think of as the best of these that are either available today or will be out shortly.

Tronsmart CX-919 Quad Core RK3188 Android Mini PC

The Tronsmart CX-919 Quad Core RK3188 Android Mini PC is powered with a 1.6-GHz Rockchip quad-core RK3188 processor and comes with 2GBs of RAM.

It also comes with a quite a few ports for such a small gadget. The CX-919 includes microUSB for power, another microUSB for peripherals, one full-size USB 2.0 port, a microSD card slot, and a HDMI plug for connecting to your TV or monitor. It also comes with a toothpick-sized antenna for its built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi.

For an operating system it uses stock Google Android 4.2.2. Unlike many similar devices, the CX-919 works well with the Google Play Store, so you should be able to run pretty much any Android application on it.

Personally, I've found this device to work well. That said, I've known some people to have trouble with its graphics, especially at 1080p. Still, for a street price of $60, it's hard to beat.

MK903V TV stick

If you want a better HDMI Android computer stick, the next step up is the MK903V. It will cost more -- I'm seeing it for $90 these days -- but it's worth it.

This unit comes with 2GB of RAM, 8GB of built-in storage, a microSD card slot, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI 2.0, 1 USB 2.0 port, and 2 micro USB ports You must use one of these for power.

The real selling point in the MK903V is its 1.8GHz Rockchip RK3288 quad-core CPU, ARM Cortex-A17, quad-core processor. It ups the video ante with its ARM Mali-T764 graphics and 4K video output. It also comes with a wireless remote control.

For its operating system it uses Android 4.4 KitKat software. Still, as the included remote indicates, this is designed to be more of a Smart TV add-on than a standalone computer. Still, it doesn't take much skull-sweat to turn it into a fine PC to go.

Rikomagic V5 TV stick

Many Android sticks are made up of older components. Not the Rikomagic V5 TV stick.

It uses a 1.8GHz Rockchip RK3288 quad-core processor and comes with 2GB of RAM and 8GB to 16GB of built-in storage. That's nice. But, what makes it special is that it supports Gigabit Ethernet and 802.11ac Wi-Fi as well as the usual 802.11b/g/n.

Besides the Gigabit Ethernet port, it comes with two full-sized USB ports, Bluetooth, and a microSD card slot. This makes for a plump HDMI stick with a price above $100.

In addition, the Rikomagic V5 isn't limited to Android. While you can put a desktop Linux on any HDMI stick with work, this one comes with an edition that includes Android 4.4 KitKat installed and another unit with Ubuntu 14.04.

MeGoPad T01

What's that? You don't like Android or Linux? Well, there's still an HDMI computer for you. The new MeeGoPad T01 runs Windows 8.1.

Personally, that's not for me, but thanks to this gadget's Intel Atom 1.33Ghz Z3735F quad-core Bay Trail processor, it can run Windows. Notice I say "it can run Windows." What you get is an unlicensed copy of Windows 8.1 with Bing. To fully use it, you'll need to pay Microsoft for a license. How much? That's a darn good question and I don't have a good answer. OEMs pay $10 a copy, with discount of $10, making it free for them. As a user, I just don't know. If you'd rather pay nothing, you can, of course, install a desktop Linux or Android on it.

The device comes with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a microSD slot, a microUSB port and a USB 2.0 port. Beside the standard 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, it also comes with WiDi -- a new wireless display technology.

At a price of over a hundred dollars, without full Windows 8.1, I can only recommend this gadget for someone who wants Windows in their pocket today not tomorrow.

Intel Compute Stick

If you can wait for tomorrow though, Intel has a deal for you.

Intel is creating its own HDMI computer stick: The Intel Compute Stick. This will use the 1.33GHz Atom Z3735F Bay Trail processor.

Intel's entry into this market-niche will come in two versions. The first, which will run Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, will include 2GB of RAM and 32GB of flash storage. The second will run the Ubuntu Linux 14.04 Long Term Support (LTS) distribution. Since Linux requires far less horsepower, the Linux stick will come with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage.

Otherwise, technically they'll be identical. Both will come with full-sized and microUSB ports, Bluetooth 4.0, and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi. One of the microUSB ports will, as with all these devices, be used to power it. The two also come with different price tags. The Windows version will cost $149, while the Linux version will list for $89.

Chromebit

Asus and Google's forthcoming Chromebit will use the 1.8Gh quad-core Rockchip RK3288 ARM processor with Mali 760 graphics. It will also come with 2GBs of RAM, 16GBs of flash storage, 2x2 dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and a single full-size USB 2.0 port.

So far, that's rather ordinary. The Chromebit does have one nice new hardware feature--an HDMI port on a pivot. This way you should be able to plug it into almost any HDMI port no matter how much clutter there is around it.

The Chromebit also has the same secret sauce that all Chromebooks have: Chrome OS. With this lightweight Linux-based operating system, the Chromebit should sing on this hardware. Google hasn't announced hard pricing yet, but the company has said it will be under $100.

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Windows 8 Tip: Share Apps Between Multiple Accounts

Windows 8 Tip: Share Apps Between Multiple Accounts

Families, especially, will want to share a single Windows Store account with kids

Windows 8 works like other mobile app platforms, where an online account, in this case your Microsoft account, is used to make app and game purchases. But what if you have a shared PC or device and would like to use the same paid apps and games between multiple accounts? Can you do this, or do you need to buy the app multiple times, one for each account?

You can share apps between accounts. But there’s a trick: You need to change the Windows Store account to the account from which you’ve purchased apps. This makes the most sense in a family environment, where you’d like your spouse or kids to have access to the same app collection. And you can configure it securely so that your kids will be prompted for the account password whenever a purchase attempt is made.

Here’s how.

First, configure your own account normally, using the Microsoft account you wish to use for app and game purchases.

Then, configure one or more secondary accounts for your children and/or spouse. These accounts can be local accounts or Microsoft accounts, it doesn’t matter.

Sign-in to a secondary account and launch Windows Store. Then, choose Settings (WINKEY + I) and then Your account. In the full-screen interface that launches, click the Change user button (or, if it’s a local account, the Sign in button). Here, you can configure a Microsoft account that will be used only for purchases. Use the Microsoft account you prefer (usually the one you sign in with.)

If the sign-on account is for a child, you should also consider setting the option “Always ask for your password when buying an app” to Yes. That way, your kids can’t make purchases without your permission, and they’ll need to ask you to enter that password to approve those purchases.

A couple of notes about this process.

First, the Microsoft Store account is not connected to the Xbox apps (Xbox Music, Video, and Games) or any of the other apps that come pre-installed with Windows 8. So unless you change the sign-in on those apps, they will continue to use the sign-in account (or, for a local account, will await a separate sign-in).

Second, while using the same account in Windows Store across multiple sign-in accounts on a PC provides access to all of the apps and games you’ve purchased, none are installed automatically. And if you purchase and install an app or game in one account, you will still need to install it in the other accounts separately: They are literally installed in different places on the disk. (You will also need to update them separately, once in each account, going forward.)

To do choose and installed apps and games, visit Windows Store, then choose Your apps from the app bar (WINKEY + Z). This interface provides a list of all purchased and downloaded apps and games, with the most recent titles listed first.

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