Amazon launches its Dash grocery scanner in the UK to help you order stuff

Amazon has launched its Dash grocery scanner in the UK to help consumers quickly and conveniently add items to their basket for easy checkout by scanning barcodes. Once the items have been added, all that's required is to complete the checkout process on a PC or using one of the official Amazon mobile apps.

As noted in Engadget's report, should two Amazon Fresh orders be completed before August 28, the Dash can be delivered for free. For those who don't, it'll set them back £35. There's also voice support, in case you'd rather say what you wish to have ordered, as opposed to messing around with scanning individual products.

All we need now are the Dash buttons so we can maintain an unhealthy supply of Monster energy drink.

Rich Edmonds
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