Amazon has started selling blinds that will let customers easily view photos on their iPhones or Android devices without the need to wear glasses.
The company said on Tuesday that it would start selling blind products in select stores and in the U.S. next month.
The devices are powered by the Amazon Web Services cloud-based cloud video and photo sharing platform.
Amazon’s blinds are the latest product to attract the attention of consumers after the retailer added them to its online store.
They will cost $69.99 for a set of four and will be available at select retailers and online retailers.
The products will be made by Amazon’s own suppliers and will ship from Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle, Washington.
The move is a move to try to capture a larger share of the smartphone market, which includes Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co., both of which have aggressively expanded into the online space.
Amazon has been looking to expand into the mobile space with the introduction of the Fire tablet and its Kindle Paperwhite smartphone, which launched last year.
The company said it has signed up more than 200 million smartphone owners, including 5.6 million in the United States.