The Amazon Dash Cart will let customers scan grocery items as they shop and automatically pay for them when they leave the store.
- The new invention will debut at a grocery in Woodland Hills, California, USA.
- It will later be tested in other grocery stores across California and Illinois.
- The Dash Cart features weight sensors and cameras that allow you to scan items before putting them in your cart (items can also be removed).
- Those interested in using the Dash Cart must have an Amazon account and scan the QR code on the cart prior to use.
- Customers using the Dash Cart will be charged automatically when they walk out of the store using the designated Dash Cart lane.
- Participating grocery stores will have designated lanes for Amazon's Dash Carts.
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