SmartShopper electronic grocery list organizer- Records, organizes, and prints your grocery list- Voice recognition- Built-in printer- Errand tracker- Categorized lists- 2500 Pre-loaded items- Intuitive interface- Push record button and talk to add an item to your list- Can also learn new items- Automatically organizes items into categories for simplified shopping- Internal thermal printer is ink-free- LCD screen- Built-in magnet for attaching to refrigerator use, also includes hardware for mounting to wall- smartshopperusa's website- Includes 3 paper rolls- 4 AA batteries required, not included- SilverREPLACEMENT PAPER ROLL: SMARTPAPERPR102SMARTSHOPPER
This nifty organizer from SmartShopper eliminates the need to dig up a pad of paper and a pencil and try to remember what you need when you want to make a shopping list. Keep this handy device stuck to your fridge magnetically, or mount it on the kitchen wall with the included kit, and you're set to go. At breakfast when the milk runs out, simply push the Record button and say "milk." At lunch when you realize you're out of bread, push and speak again. Kids will love helping out. You can also add errands, such as going to the bank or post office. Entries are automatically alphabetized. When you push the Print button, the list is printed with errands at the top and food items by category, to make your shopping expeditions more efficient.
Easy and intuitive to use, the SmartShopper is already loaded with state-of-the-art voice recognition software, a thermal printer that doesn't require ink, and 2,500 item names, for everything from brand-name cereals to antacids to paper towels. Three rolls of thermal paper are included as well. All you need to add are four AA batteries. Arrow buttons allow you to scroll through your list, delete an item if you wish, or add a customized item to the pre-loaded list. With its brushed metal exterior, large LCD window, and front-loading door for paper, the SmartShopper makes a great gift, especially for those who may have trouble writing due to arthritis and other health conditions. --Ann Bieri