Amazon is now offering customers the ability to rent out a computer and tablet at a discount.
The company says it is making the move to capitalize on the trend of “Internet of Things” devices that can communicate with each other via wireless connections.
These devices include thermostats, home automation systems, smart home products, and more.
These “smart” devices can connect to your Internet of Things network and perform tasks, such as scheduling alarms and controlling lights, that were previously impossible with traditional routers.
However, these devices can also be connected to your home’s network to access the Internet, meaning they can be used to send email, access your favorite TV shows, or even stream music.
For now, the company is offering to rent these devices for $19.95 per month.
While the price is good, the service may not last long as Amazon is only offering to lease devices for a limited time, and will end up selling the devices to you once they are gone.
The service will only allow people to lease these devices to the maximum of 10 devices per month, and only for the duration of the rental period.
Amazon is also making it easier for people to rent devices.
Rather than having to sign up for a separate credit card account or pay a monthly fee, the retailer will be letting you rent out the devices as a separate purchase.
For instance, you can rent a computer for $14.99 per month and then rent out your computer to friends and family for $39.99.
You can also rent out multiple devices to a family for as little as $1 per month for each device, though the company warns that this will limit the usefulness of this service.
Amazon will also be offering a free trial of the service for those who sign up before March 15, 2019.
That trial will allow you to get access to all of the features of the product for a reduced price, but it is not available in the U.S. At the time of this writing, Amazon’s service has not been officially launched in the United States, but the company says the device rental program is currently available in more than 100 countries.