What's one of the problems regarding shopping at a store that has everything? Its size. You could easily get lost going down aisle after aisle looking for whatever it is you need. And if it's crazy crowded? It could be a nightmare.
That's exactly why Walmart is going to begin testing something we've never seen before: smart shopping carts.
The retail giant is working with a company called Five Elements Robotics to create driverless carts that will guide you through the store, so you can be in and out of the store as soon as possible.
Walmart isn't releasing any of the details, but rumor has it that the shopping carts will allow you to enter your shopping list and the cart will guide you to where you need to go.
There also might be tools integrated in the system that mean you can skip checkout lines. With this tool, you'll be able to scan your items and pay for it right then and there.
And if that's not enough, Walmart is also working on a new service that will pair with ride services to bring a full shopping cart full of groceries directly to your car in the parking lot.
What do you think? Will Walmart give Amazon a run for its money? Let us know what you think by posting in the comments below.