Picture the scene. It’s a little before 10pm and, as you busy yourself getting ready for bed, you head on over to the fridge to get a little ice and some water. You know, because sometimes you get thirsty in the night.
So you make your drink and, while there, you half-heartedly check out the day’s tweets, right there on the app screen on your fridge.
Yep. A new refrigerator from Samsung features, amongst the usual ice and storage space, a suite of apps that are built-in to a small LCD screen. Aside from Twitter, the oh-so-sexily-named RSG309 also supports notes, photos, recipes, a calendar, weather, news and even music, courtesy of Pandora.
And the cost? Just twenty-five hundred dollars.
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