A company called “Plastic Serving” is launching a service that will let you “scan” any of the more than 1 billion items on Amazon.com.
(It’s a little hard to find out what exactly that means without a Google account.)
This is a service you can use if you want to scan a particular item, like a TV remote, and then simply click on “Scan” and get a list of items to scan.
You don’t need to have an Amazon account to use this service, though.
The service’s website says the service can scan any item that is listed on Amazon’s “popular listings” section.
The company’s goal is to make Amazon’s shopping experience a little bit better.
The first thing you’ll see is a list that’s similar to this one.
There’s an Amazon.ca link, and a list with a few items that are available for Amazon Prime members.
You can also find the items you want scanned in this list.
The “scan item” link has a “Scan Now” button, so you can wait for Amazon to deliver the item, or scan it when you pick it up.
Once you’re done scanning, the item is automatically stored in a “Back to Amazon” folder in your account.
Amazon tells me that a scan will take less than a minute.
But if you’re curious, the company says that scanning an item on Amazon takes between 1-3 minutes.
In other words, you can scan the entire item list for an item that’s listed on an Amazon Prime membership.
And the service says it will be able to scan any size of the item list on Amazon to get the items that it needs to scan in a reasonable amount of time.
The main downside to this service is that you’ll need to make sure your account has a certain amount of items in it.
(The service tells me you can set it up to scan an item when you buy it on Amazon.)
The service is currently free, but you’ll have to pay $5 to unlock the feature.
You’ll also need to buy an Amazon Echo Dot.
There are also plans for additional services to come.
But I’m not sure I’ll use it, since it seems like it could be a lot of work for an automated scanning service.
I think this service will probably end up being a very popular way to get things done on Amazon that the regular search function can’t.