Video storage boxes may soon be available to Amazon customers, the company announced Tuesday.
The storage boxes, which Amazon calls “boxer dogs,” can be bought for a few dollars per box, Amazon said.
The company has launched a campaign that aims to raise $500,000 in the next six months.
The boxes are available for purchase in Amazon’s online store, but there is no word yet if they will also be available for physical delivery.
Amazon, which owns The Washington Post and other news organizations, has long been a hot seller for video storage.
The company has been trying to become a player in video storage for years, but has struggled to find customers and get its product into homes and businesses.
Amazon said the new campaign is part of a strategy to get more of its video storage boxes into homes.
Amazon’s new video storage system, which it describes as “the next step in video hosting” and has not named, will be available at a price point of $149 per box.
It will also feature a “single device” solution, allowing customers to upload a single device with the box to upload to a single video storage unit.
Customers who buy the boxes will be able to use Amazon Prime Video, Amazon’s video streaming service, to upload videos to their boxes.