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Amazon's new shopping 'wand' isn't as magical as it sounds

You probably know all about Amazon's Dash buttons, the little physical buttons that you can press to re-order more of a specific item. They're the lazy man's ultimate shopping device. Because who can be bothered spending more than the time it takes to press a button on buying toilet paper? The Amazon Dash that you see in the photo above is not to be confused with the Dash buttons.
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