Samsung Family Hub 2.0 Refrigerator

Jan 5, 2017

Category: Tech

We sure have come a long way from the days of using literal ice boxes to cool and preserve our food. Case in point, the Samsung Family Hub 2.0 Refrigerator.

This thing is so dressed up with technology we can’t tell if it is a fridge with a computer on it, or a computer with a fridge in it. An update on last years Family Hub, this refrigerator will come in a wider variety of styles and offer much of the same impressive features. We’re talking things like using the large screen on the fridge door to label different food items, internal cameras to show you what you have in the fridge while you are out shopping, and even the ability to detect when food is going bad. Don’t want to leave the house to shop? You can order food via grocery delivery services on the Family Hub 2.0. In addition to those features which were included in the 2016 version of the fridge, this one will use something Samsung is referring to as ‘advanced voice technology’ to use all of the fridge’s tools. A pretty nice inclusion for those who don’t want to use hands covered in flour, egg, or sauce in order to check what the recipe calls for next (yes, this also displays recipes. I know. It is ridiculous). Prices haven’t been released for these yet, but you can expect them to be at a sky high $6,000. [Purchase]

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