With the Epson printing machine, Amazon will be printing books that will be available for purchase for as little as $1.99 each.
It’s a great deal for books that Amazon has already sold out of.
But Amazon also plans to expand its print services into video.
Amazon Video, for instance, has been a bit slow lately, but the company is also reportedly working on a video service called Amazon Video Unlimited.
Amazon’s Video Unlimited service, which Amazon is testing out in a pilot, will offer a $1-per-hour rate, but it will be cheaper than traditional streaming video.
Video Unlimited will also have a selection of top-quality video content, like HBO’s Game of Thrones, which is now available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
The video service will also offer a free, ad-supported version of Amazon Video.
Amazon also announced that it is launching a new online shopping portal that will allow customers to search through products from the likes of Amazon, Walmart, and Home Depot.
There’s also a new “special” section that will include deals and exclusive deals on Amazon products, including the Amazon Echo speaker.
Amazon is also working on an “Amazon TV” service that will give its video subscribers access to all of Amazon’s streaming content.
Amazon hasn’t announced a date for when these services will roll out, but we can expect Amazon Video to be available on its own in a few months.
This article is part of Recode’s annual Look Inside feature.