Amazon Dash Button Is Not An April Fools' Joke

Posted: Apr 1 2015, 2:06am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Amazon Dash Button is not an April Fools' Joke

When a product comes along that is so out there, it should not be announced close to April Fools' Day. Meet the unbelievable, but real Amazon Dash Button.

Amazon unveiled the Amazon Dash Button bringing 1-Click shopping to the physical world. The Amazon Dash Button will allow consumers re-order staples like detergent with a push on the Dash Button that is located where consumers keep the products.

Dash Button comes with a reusable adhesive and a hook for consumers to be able to hang, stick, or place it right where they need it. Amazon suggests to keep Dash Button handy in the kitchen, bath, laundry, or anywhere consumers store your favorite products. When stock is running low, pressing Dash Button will automatically re-order.

Dash Button setup works with the Amazon app to connect the button to the home Wi-Fi network. The app is also used to select the product that are associated with a Dash Button. Amazon sends an order alert to a phone, making it's easy to cancel an order. The Dash Button responds only to the first press until the order is delivered.

Amazon Dash Button

The Dash Button works with a selection of products including Tide Pods, Glide ForceFlex, Bounty Napkins, Kraft Sponge Bob Easy Mac Cup, Larabar and Olay Total Effects.

Amazon Prime members can request an invitation for an Amazon Dash Button here.

Amazon yet again found a new way to make it more convenient to shop. Amazon set the standard for the online shopping experience and now brings gadgets into the homes. A couple months ago Amazon unveiled the Amazon Echo.

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