January 13, 2011
The new Samsung WiFi-enabled RF4289 fridge lets you eat and tweet
This should please the twitterers out there! Now you can stay connected, even when you’re on that snack-break. Samsung’s new RF3289 fridge allows users to access Pandora or tweet even while grabbing a snack. The fridge, which is the first of its kind to feature integrated WiFi will let you view Google calendars, check the weather, download recipes from Epicurious, or leave digital reminders and notes. The fridge comes equipped with an 8-inch LCD touchscreen screen to keep you connected. We wouldn’t do justice to the fridge if we didn’t highlight the fact that it offers the quality refrigeration technologies with its Twin Cooling Plus System that keeps perishable produce fresher, longer. And with capacities of 30 and 28 cu. ft. respectively, the RSG309 and RF4289 models provide an abundance of storage space. Both refrigerators will be available in Canada later in 2011.
Neat, but we suggest you show restraint from posting details of your midnight snack habits on twitter.