The Smartshopper 301 is a voice activated grocery list organizer. With over 2500 pre-loaded items, a user friendly control panel and digital display, you can speak your grocery list into the Smartshopper device to organize your list.
The Smart shopper device will print the list for you and off you can go to the grocery store.
- Grocery-list organizer creates, organizes, and prints
- 2500+ pre-loaded items; user-friendly control panel and digital display
- Voice-recognition technology for hands-free operation
- Keeps up to 2 lists at a time; built-in kitchen timer
- Measures 6-2/5 by 3-3/5 by 1-2/5 inches
SmartShopper 301 Description
Introducing the new SmartShopper designer model #SS-301, with improved voice recognition and a new printer. The SmartShopper 301 is a voice recognition grocery list organizer. Its intuitive interface is fun to use and easy to master. Just push the record button, say the name of the item you want to add to your list., and SmartShopper does the rest; it’s as simple as that! There are over 2,500 items in SmartShoppers library, and it can even learn new items tailored to your lifestyle. SmartShopper automatically organizes your list into categories, making visits to the store more efficient. We’ve all done it. You come home from an exhausting trip to the grocery store only to realize you’ve forgotten an important household item. Whether it’s the cinnamon for French toast, milk for dinner, or the frosting for your daughter’s birthday cake, your time is money. The voice-activated SmartShopper saves your family time, money, and frustration by allowing you to speak directly into this kitchen appliance to create your household shopping lists. You can add food, beverages, health and beauty items, as well as cleaning, school, and office supplies. SmartShopper automatically organizes your items by category so you don’t forget anything … and don’t buy things you already have at home.
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