The program, Amazon Dash, is a partnership with a handful of consumer brands like Bounty, Gillette and Tide — made by companies that offer “important things you always run low on,” such as paper towels and razor blades. Press a button on a small, pill-shaped device connected to Wi-Fi and receive a bottle of laundry detergent on your doorstep two days later.
Imagine if you will, that rather than cover your entire home with single-item reordering buttons, you instead put one device that via a virtual ear, awaits your every order. Something of a personal assistant let's say that also doubled as a wireless speaker, just for laughs. We'll call it..."Echo".