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Amazon.in launches “Smart Living Store”

How would it be if you could stream online videos or browse websites on your TV? How about a device that could measure your level of activity throughout the day? How would it be if a device helps keep your home secure? With the Smart Living Store you can find out! Amazon.in announces the launch of “Smart Living Store” - a dedicated store aimed at providing customers the one stop shop for all smart devices across various product categories.

The store brings across a ‘smart’ selection from various categories such as wearables, health devices and home solutions to one store. The store has a wide range of selection covering top brands across various categories with products such as Philips Hue smart lights, D Link & TP Link smart plugs, Go Pro action cameras, Fitbit, Garmin smart activity trackers, Samsung Gear S3 smartwatches, Foscam smart security devices and Merge virtual reality.

“At Amazon we are continuously working towards improving customer experience. The Smart Living Store will help customers browse for various smart, innovative and interactive devices across categories which can help simplify their lives. Smart Devices are expected to witness high growth in India in the coming years and customers can now enjoy shopping for the entire selection under one store” said Noor Patel, Director, Category Management at Amazon.

The Smart Living Store will also feature a blog to help customers get a better perspective on the use and functionalities of smart devices.

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