Amazon Dash

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Just when you thought Amazon couldn’t get any better, they unveiled their “Apple TV Killer” Amazon Fire TV. The tech giant shows that’s not all they had up their sleeves this week either with the unveiling of the Amazon Dash.

So what exactly is the Amazon Dash you might be asking? Well you can think of it as a magic wand for all of your shopping needs. Simply scan the barcodes of items you are running low on, and Dash will automatically add that product to your to your Amazon Fresh shopping list – making grocery shopping a nearly automated experience. Simply hang this thing on the fridge (with the handy built-in hook) and let the entire family update their grocery needs on the fly. Amazon is rolling the service out to San Francisco and select southern California residents, but we imagine it’s only a matter of time before Dash is more readily available across the country. The best part about it? It’s completely free. [Purchase]

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