Amazon Lets You Order Products With the Press of a Real Physical Button [Video]

Amazon Lets You Order Products With the Press of a Real Physical Button [Video]

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Amazon has introduced the Amazon Dash Button, a real physical button you can press to instantly order a product from its website.

Dash Button comes with a reusable adhesive and a hook so you can hang, stick, or place it right where you need it. Keep Dash Button handy in the kitchen, bath, laundry, or anywhere you store your favorite products. When you're running low, simply press Dash Button, and Amazon quickly delivers household favorites so you can skip the last-minute trip to the store.



How It Works:
Dash Button is simple to set up. Use the Amazon app on your smartphone to easily connect to your home Wi-Fi network and select the product you want to reorder with Dash Button. Once connected, a single press automatically places your order. Amazon sends an order alert to your phone, so it's easy to cancel if you change your mind. Unless you elect otherwise, Dash Button responds only to your first press until your order is delivered.

Amazon Dash Buttons are available from popular household brands, you can see the current selection here.

The button is free for Amazon Prime members; however, it's currently offered by invitation only. You can learn more about it at the link below.

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Amazon Lets You Order Products With the Press of a Real Physical Button [Video]

Amazon Lets You Order Products With the Press of a Real Physical Button [Video]
MUKAI - April 1, 2015 at 2:07am
Seems they are stepping up, but wait till Walmart does the monkey see monkey do. They always do.
Vang - April 1, 2015 at 12:27am
Buying all those at full price. NO THANKS. Coupon it and pay only .25 cents for it. Who still pays full retail on laundry soap? Or any other household chemical product?
rexology - April 1, 2015 at 12:24am
April fools! ......NOT!
iPhone 6 Plus is my boy - March 31, 2015 at 9:45pm
I love Amazon for their great CS and selections. But WTF is this?
Bernard - March 31, 2015 at 8:18pm
Hey, I suppose this will only be available tomorrow, on April 1st?
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