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Amazon’s Dash Wand barcode scanner returns with Alexa and is now essentially free!

Amazon just unveiled the new Dash Wand with their Alexa AI built-in to get the best and handy utility for the best of the daily needs and purchases! Check it out :-

The “WiFi enable kitchen Assistant” will revolutionise how we shop for everyday essentials. Basically it’s a wand with a attached bar-code scanner at the bottom that adds products you scan directly to your cart! Well, isn’t that great?


The Dash Wand first launched in the US in 2014 (though only made it to the UK in 2016), and now it’s getting an upgrade. Amazon is baking in Alexa, its voice-controlled assistant. Press a button and you can talk to it to place shopping orders, or ask it questions, or control your smart home’s lighting. (It doesn’t play music, however, unlike the Amazon Echo smart speaker.)

source: Amazon
source: Amazon

The Dash Wand with Alexa now means it is cheaper than ever for people to get Amazon’s AI assistant in their homes. The Echo Dot, Amazon’s previous cheapest Alexa-enabled device, costs $39.99 (or £44.99 in the UK). The new Dash Wand is going for just $20 in the US and includes $20 of Amazon credit — making it, Amazon says, “essentially free.”

Easy to Set-up and Use

On your iPhone or Android phone, go to to get started.

Note: You’ll need your Amazon Dash, two AAA batteries (included), a Wi-Fi connection, a network password (if required), and your Android phone or iPhone.

source: Amazon

Product details

Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 1.2 x 0.8 inches , Shipping Weight: 4.6 ounces

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Written by Manish Rath

Android Developer. Tech Savvy. Opened a Pentium 4 when I was 8. Follow me on twitter @Manishrath. Peace!


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