Why Your Fridge is the Heart of Your Home -

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home depot logoIt’s no wonder that the fridge is where we hang our photos and finger paintings. The fridge is the heart of the home because it preserves the thing that brings people closer more than anything else: our food. And so, when we look for ways to improve the hearts of our home, we look for opportunities to bring families closer together with everything else that they share. Why shouldn’t our most essential appliance be able keep everyone in sync? Why shouldn’t it be able to store messages and notes and really act as the hub it’s always been meant to be? Why shouldn’t we be able to stream music as we cook, or pick up our favorite TV show where we left off in the living room, or continue to display photos even though every one we take anymore is digital? Well, we can. Samsung’s Family Hub Refrigerator has been designed to let families get the most out of their refrigerators by transforming them into communal hubs for bonding through food management, family connection and entertainment.

Every Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator connects to your home’s Wi-Fi, and can be controlled through a built-in touchscreen. And, because almost every day begins with a trip to the refrigerator, this screen will display itineraries for the day ahead, or notes left to you by your family members. And when it comes time to make dinner later in the day, no longer do the parents have to be isolated, prepping in the kitchen, while the kids gather around consoles to play video games. This same touchscreen will play games for the whole family, or stream music and podcasts and even TV. So you can practice your knife skills with YouTube while the spouse preps your vegetables, or turn kids against parents as you play along with live episodes of Chopped.

If the entertainment isn’t enough, there are also 3 built-in cameras that can help with your overall house management. You can schedule expiration dates, remind you if you’re missing something or order groceries direct. Even before opening the fridge, you can see what’s in it. At the grocery store and forgot your shopping list? No worries! You can see a photo of the inside of your fridge right from your phone. Now, you can not only monitor what you have and don’t, but also what will expire before your summer BBQ this weekend.

The Samsung Family Hub Refrigerators is here to cultivate those moments of family togetherness, by making it easier to share in those timeless moments to communal bonding: food, games and fun.

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