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Put the power of Alexa in the palm of your hand (for free!) with Amazon’s latest gadget

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Add “Alexa” to any product and it instantly becomes 10 times more desirable. From thermostats and light bulbs to door locks, wall outlets, TVs, fans, robot vacuums, and everything in between, people want Alexa in all their gadgets. Of course, they also need ways to access Alexa so they can control all these devices, and that typically means one or more speakers placed strategically in the home. But what if you could carry Alexa with you anywhere around the house using a compact device that fits in your pocket? And what if that device was somehow available for free? Meet the Amazon Dash Wand, which is all that and more. It costs $20 on the Amazon site but you get a $20 credit as soon as you register it, so you end up basically paying nothing. Grab one now before this deal ends!

Here are the highlights from the product page on Amazon:

* Groceries have never been easier. All new Amazon Dash Wand with Alexa helps you find recipes, convert cups to ounces, buy and reorder essentials, find nearby restaurants and more.
* Purchase Dash Wand for $20 and get $20 off your next purchase after you register the device. *
* Say it or scan a barcode. It’s added to your shopping cart. Just say “paper towels.”
* Water-resistant, durable design, and magnetic so you can stick it on your fridge. You’ll need an iPhone or Android phone to register the device.

Price: Buy Now Available from Amazon, BGR may receive a commission

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