As in real soon, like by month’s end. Samsung really wants to make a difference in the tablet market, so what the RF4289 does better than most of its kind is have an embedded tablet. What for? A variety of activities that put a fresh spin on the dull refrigerator routine usually involving drab open/close, open/close. Allow us to elaborate.
Remember all those magnets stuck on the fridge? With a built in tablet, those magnets would be better off…somewhere else. Rather than stick notes and your children’s artwork on the fridge, the RF4289 runs specific apps for keeping tab of important stuff, like recipes and schedules.
Of course, this real juicy feature pushes the RF4289’s price skyward. Say $3,499. That’s a huge investment for a fridge. Compared to a cold cellar underneath your house, the RF4289 seems too much of a bother. So yeah, maybe a cold dark cellar is preferable. Besides, you can take your iPad down there with you whenever you crave those salted olives you keep in watery jars. Mmmmmmm.