I have always dreamt of the day when you would be able to remove items from your fridge and have them noted automatically via the fridges onboard computer, which would then re-order the goods and miraculously reload the fridge in some way. Unfortunately I dont think we are quite there yet be Samsung’s new Wi-Fi fridge is definitely a step in the right direction.
The Samsung Wi-Fi fridge is equipped with a 8 inch screen and is loaded with eight apps: Memos, Photos, Epicurious, Calendar, WeatherBug, AP, Pandora, and Twitter, allowing you to organise your household.
The apps seems pretty standard in what they do and there are none that read bar codes as you remove items from the fridge. However if that doesn’t put you off the Samsung LCD Refrigerator together with it eight apps is available as a four door model for $3,499 or two door for $2,699.
For more information on the applications and how they function jump over to the CrunchGear website.Filed Under: Design News, Gadgets News