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Amazon Echo Can Order Prime Items Even Faster

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News video: Amazon Echo Can Order Prime Items Even FasterAmazon is making life easier than ever with the voice-activated Alexa assistant features for Amazon Echo devices. Today, it is making Prime Now orders available through voice commands alone. Available to Amazon Prime subscribers, Prime Now delivers thousands of items as quickly as two hours after an order is placed for a premium delivery fee. Whether you are too ill to go pick up some cold and flu medicine, or are running low on snacks for a party, you can now have them brought straight to your door in a couple of hours

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