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Amazon unveils 'Dash' for ordering groceries with its Fresh Account

Amazon recently started taking application for testing its 'Dash', a device which places grocery orders via its Fresh Account using barcode or voice search
By: Roshan Ashraf Shaikh | Internet & Websites News | Posted: Apr 7, 2014 4:23 am

If you cannot make the time to do grocery shopping, a retail giant may have the solution you. Amazon introduces 'Dash', a service that allows you order groceries via a device that uses barcode scanner and a microphone for voice search.



Dash is an approximately 6-inch device which connects via Wi-Fi to PCs or smartphones where you can check the ordered items. Once the device is connected to your Wi-Fi network, Amazon Dash is always signed in to your Amazon Fresh Account.


As of now, Amazon implemented this service for public testing. The online retail giant is accepting applications from those who are interested to test the product. The company will be testing this in Southern California, San Francisco or Seattle.




The idea was to provide an easier way to order items and helping them to keep a track on items they require. This should be a very useful tool for those living in a busy household.


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