Meet Amazon's new 'Prime Air' Drone, a mechanical flying machine that promises to deliver packages within 30 minutes by 2015.
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And before you ask, no, this isn't a 'Cyber Monday' online shopping hoax.
Online giant Amazon is experimenting with the drones to make their service even better according to CEO Jeff Bezos.
He told American TV that Amazon should be able to deliver products that weigh less than five pounds in just 30 minutes. Well, that's our DVD box sets and face cream sorted.
The drone would then carry your purchases a maximum distance of 10 miles. We're sensing some limitations right there.
Apparently, Amazon are slightly worried that drones will land on people's heads and result in massive law-suits, so they're understandably cautious about rolling their new innovation out.
Twitter users aren't convinced either...
Amazon Prime Air drone delivery will cut time for someone to steal your package from your doorstep to only 30 mins :) http://t.co/6GdBBFZrTb— Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) December 2, 2013
Dear @FAANews. Please approve the Amazon Prime Air drones quickly. I want to be the first to have one deliver a dildo. It will be hilarious.— Jake Fogelnest (@jakefogelnest) December 2, 2013
Will you be ordering via drones?
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