Is This A Joke? People Ordered A Nintendo Switch In Black Friday Sales And Amazon Sent Dog Food Instead
Dhir Acharya - Dec 06, 2019
At least more than ten people buying a Nintendo Switch on Amazon as part of its Black Friday sales didn’t get what they ordered.
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Reports from the UK say that at least more than ten people buying a Nintendo Switch on Amazon as part of its Black Friday sales didn’t get what they ordered. They instead received all kinds of things from photopolymer resin to air fresheners.
The complaints have been rounded up by The Mirror with prompts from an apology from the retail giant as well as a promise that it will investigate the reason behind this incident.
However, this issue does not seem to be just an error in processing orders because affected buyers got totally random things across the country. Some other products sent to buyers instead of the Nintendo Switch include dishwashing powder, dog food, LEGO, bedsheets, and Remington facial trimmer.
In separate news, Amazon, also known as a tech giant, unveiled its AWS DeepComposer last week. The machine learning keyboard is meant to help developers come up with creative works with its 32 keys.
However, it appears that even developers have no idea what to do with this keyboard because though the company said musical knowledge is not required to use this device, its creation is still based on music theory terms. That means a developer does need basic knowledge in music to be able to use this keyboard for producing music.
Moreover, since the software based on which the DeepComposer creates music already comes with a virtual keyboard, so what’s the point in buying a physical one, considering its price is as high as a smartphone.