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Amazon program lets consumers decide which device the company builds next

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The Amazon concept devices in the Build It program, from left: Smart Nutrition Scale, Smart Cuckoo Clock, Smart Sticky Note Printer.

Amazon is ready to make its next gadget, and it’s letting consumers help choose.

The tech giant introduced a new program Wednesday called Build It, where Amazon will present concepts for devices and leave it to shoppers to choose whether they want it built by preordering.

When a concept hits a set preorder goal within 30 days, Amazon will create the device and consumers will receive it at a special price. If it doesn’t make the goal, the product won’t get built and shoppers won’t be charged for the pre-order.

Amazon has three gadgets consumers can choose:

Smart sticky note printer. It supports Alexa, allowing users to print out sticky notes like shopping lists with just your voice if you own an Echo device. You can also print other items like to-do lists or even puzzles. The printer uses thermal technology instead of ink or toner. It’s priced at $89.99. 



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