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Watch CNET Senior Editor Scott Stein Accidentally Order An Xbox One Using The Apple Watch

Watch CNET Senior Editor Scott Stein Accidentally Order An Xbox One Using The Apple Watch
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Watch CNET Senior Editor Scott Stein Accidentally Order An Xbox One Using The Apple Watch

Looks like Amazon is looking forward to higher sales now that the Apple Watch is released.

Day One of the smartwatch’s availability, tech journalists over at CNET decided to demo some of the apps available for it.

In the middle of the demo video, senior editor Scott Stein accidentally ordered an Xbox One using Amazon’s one-click feature.

Using the smartwatch’s voice command, he searched for the gaming console and immediately saved it to his wishlist.

“I can buy it now with one-click,” he then pointed out. “I gotta be very, very careful.”

With the one-click ordering button, users can immediately place an order for an item with just a single tap on the screen.

That’s exactly what Scott did, as a couple of seconds later, his finger idly pressed the said button. The entire room was immediately filled with laughter and a few awkward giggles.

But Scott was clearly distraught with his unexpected purchase.

“How do I cancel that?” he asked. “No!”

He quickly bid farewell to the viewers, and the video stops.

According to CNET, though, Scott was able to cancel the order using his laptop. Only time will tell, though, if similar instances will happen to other users of the Apple Watch.

Watch the video here.

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Also read: All You Need To Know About The Apple Watch

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