Kitchen gadgets have already matured to an extent that they adorn modern kitchen with touchscreen displays and voice command features. Now you will soon find baby monitors and productivity apps in your kitchen gadget and the wait is over. Samsung has showcased this innovative fridge dubbed as Samsung T9000 LCD in its lineup of advanced home appliances at the CES 2013 which started from January 8, 2013. So, how this refrigerator will aid in busy households of American families?
A giant fridge for food lovers, kids and multitasking moms
Samsung T9000 LCD has debuted at the CES 2013 with a host of innovative features that accommodate your other gadgets and apps you carry to your kitchen. To begin with, this 4-door refrigerator is designed with different compartments wherein its 19.4 cu. ft. capacity French Door refrigerator compartment on top, a 25.5 cu. ft. compartment for fresh food storage, a lower right compartment that you can change from freezer to fridge and vice versa as and when desired. Wait, there are more reasons why this fridge is considered innovative! Samsung T9000 LCD will also allow controlling temperature, humidity and performance of each food compartment and will ensure the food will remain fresher for longer for Samsung’s Triple Cooling technology.
Apps and baby monitor in a fridge
In addition to preserving freshness of your food, Samsung T9000 LCD will also allow you and other family members to update grocery shopping lists and let you watch your baby, if sleeping or playing from your kitchen. Has the front door of your fridge filled with sticky notes with messages, recipes and small grocery lists? Then, you may replace it with a Samsung T9000 LCD to publish notes, update grocery lists, post recipes to EVERNOTE app on it from your Smartphone, tablet or computer. Moreover, you can share videos, photos and recipes using this duo of built-in LCD screen and EVERNOTE app in the fridge, right from your kitchen. Hence, you can spare your Smartphone or tablets from liquid spill or damage of the screen. Would you want this? Drop your message below. Click here to learn more.