Interested in purchasing an appliance that may be smarter than you are? Why not check out Samsung’s tricked-out RF4289 refrigerator. How much, you ask? Well, just a meager $3,500.
Sure, standard refrigerators cost anywhere between $500 and $2,000, whereas Samsung’s fridge has all sorts of sweet techy features that make it more of a computer than a cooling machine.
This bad boy features an 8-inch, WiFi enabled LCD touchscreen embedded above the ice and water dispenser with a boatload of apps that make getting a snack 100% pure awesome.
With apps from Epicurious, Weatherbug, Pandora, Google Calendar and even Twitter, owners of this fridge can stay in the kitchen forever and ever.
Heck, when you consider all the features you might as well throw out your iPad and just stick with this badass fridge.
Long since gone are the days where parents proudly put Little Joey’s class picture on the fridge. Instead, they can just display all of his pictures using the Picassa Photo app, therefore saving money on magnets.
Believe it or not, this fridge even keeps things cold!
Samsung’s appliance business has grown six-fold over the last five years, with its washers and refrigerators rated No. 1 in customer satisfaction by J.D. Power & Associates.
The RF4289’s predecessor, which shares the same feature set except for the touchscreen, is the best-selling fourdoor refrigerator in the U.S., with a 6 percent share of that market.