The new Amazon digital speed sensor is a big deal for Amazon Prime customers who want to keep their data in the cloud, as well as to help with Amazon’s efforts to bring its Prime video service to more devices.

The new Amazon Digital Speedometer is available in two colors: black and white.

The Amazon Speed Sensor is designed to give customers the ability to check their speeds on a variety of devices.

It can be used to check a user’s location and check their current speed.

The new sensor comes with a built-in microphone and can read the speed of your voice and voice recognition.

It will work on a range of devices, including smartphones, tablets, PCs and even Amazon’s own Fire TV.

But Amazon is making sure the Speed Sensor will be useful for people who want access to Amazon’s video service, the Prime Video service that lets users stream movies and TV shows to their television.

This isn’t the first time Amazon has added digital speed measurement to its video service.

Amazon launched its own digital speed gauge last month that has a built in microphone.

That gauge can be set to take readings at the speedometer’s digital speed of 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32 megabits per second.

This gauge is not for streaming video services.

It’s meant to be used as a measure for speed and battery life.

The meter works on Amazon’s Fire TV streaming boxes, Fire TV Stick, Fire Stick Mini, Fire HD TV, Fire Tablet, Fire X and Fire X Pro streaming boxes.

For those that want to get more out of the Speedometer, Amazon has a “digital speed test” that is available through its website.

It is designed for people with slower Internet connections.

It takes an average of 10 seconds to read the sensor’s digital reading.

Amazon has also added a feature to its speedometer that allows people to “play” it to their TV.

This is meant to help people figure out how much bandwidth they have on their device and determine how much data they are using.

The Speed Sensor can also be used with Amazon Prime Video.

In the future, this could allow Prime members to stream video to their devices.

Amazon says Prime Video customers will be able to play the Speed Senseer on the Prime video platform.

Amazon Prime Video users will be charged $39.99 for the speed sensor and $59.99 per month for the “digital audio source.”

Amazon has not said when or how many of its Prime members will get the new sensor.