Amazon Inc.is taking the wrapping off of its new Amazon Go store in downtown Seattle.
Amazon has opened the second location of its Amazon Go automated convenience store format, which, like the first location, is located in the company's hometown of Seattle, TechCrunch has reported.
Also unlike the pilot store, this second Amazon Go location doesn't have an on-site kitchen. Customers who have the Amazon Go app installed on their smartphones can use it to swipe a code on the way in. A vast array of overhead cameras and weight sensors in the shelves automatically track what people pick up and take from the store.
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Another surprising detail, and perhaps more notable, is that the size of the new store is less than half the square footage of what had been speculated last month.
The new store is smaller than the original one at 1,450 square feet and does not have liquor aisle or in-store kitchen like the original location.
The store is at Fifth Avenue and Marion Street, a mile from the first one near the Amazon Spheres. Otherwise, the products are similar, with ready-to-eat breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack options as well as Amazon Meal Kits.
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"The population here is a little different", Puerini told the news outlet.
The store also holds a rack of Amazon Go-branded mugs, water bottles and other items. It appears Amazon has figured out how to replicate the technology as this location hasn't been subject to the same rigorous employee testing and is now open to the public.
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