June 17, 2011
1 LG Smart Fridge
2 LG Smart Fridge
1 Samsung RF 4289 Fridge
2 Samsung RF 4289 Fridge
Although fridges may have come a long way since Oliver Evans invented the first ever refrigeration machine in 1805, which used poisonous ammonia gas as a coolant, fridges have not seemed to evolve with a similar velocity of say telephones or televisions.
Except recently that is with the arrival of the LG Smart Fridge – A tech-savvy device that is predicted to map the future of refrigerators.
In-keeping with most modern technology, the Smart Fridge’s design includes a touchscreen and various apps, including a notepad and weather tracker. This highly innovative and futuristic fridge logs and keeps track of what is being put into and taken out of its interior, and can even make recipe suggestions based on its current stock.
The LG Smart Fridge has three different power settings, which, like its inventory, can be powered and changed remotely via the internet. A price and release date of the LG Smart Fridge has yet to be announced; although we can safely assume a fridge this smart must be worth a pretty penny or two!
Although, as technologically-inspiring as it is, LG is not the only technology manufacturing company to be making its mark on the highly technical and futuristic fridge market.
The multinational technology corporation Samsung is also getting in on the act with the , which, similar to the LG model, is bursting with fun and practical apps.
Boasting a huge 8-inch touchscreen on its door, RF 4289 owners can leave digital notes for the rest of the family. A Google calendar allows you to check your daily itinerary.
You can even send tweets in-between the cooking via this ultra-modern fridge, whilst being informed about the weather and outside temperature.
With fridges this interactive, the days of believing Shirley Valentine was going out of her mind for talking to her fridge may be numbered, as with the LG Smart Fridge and the Samsung RF 4289, you can now literally communicate with your refrigerator.