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My history shows me lots of shopping sites.
I’m looking for a particular product.
Amazon’s new checkout cart is a pretty slick solution.
It lets you find products in a given category and search them for prices.
The system is quick and simple to use.
You just enter the product name and then select the category.
I just like it.
I can search the Amazon.ca search bar, or click on the products to be found, and you can quickly add products to your cart.
The product details are available on the top bar, so you can see if it’s the same product or a brand you don’t know.
You can also add more than one product to your basket at once.
The most interesting thing about this feature is that it allows you to search by category, rather than just a product name.
It’s not a lot, but it’s useful, and a few people have complained that this is a little bit too invasive for their liking.
(I’m not entirely sure how I feel about it, but that’s my experience with this new shopping system.)
The system has also attracted the attention of the Canadian Prime Minister, who said it was a step in the right direction.
But others have questioned the privacy implications.
Amazon said it uses this information to build the best possible shopping experience.
“We collect information to help improve our product offerings, provide personalized service to our customers, and to better understand how our users are using our services,” Amazon wrote in a statement.