New Refrigerator Keeps Track of Groceries

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January 06, 2016

Samsung introduced a new refrigerator at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that makes old-fashioned grocery lists obsolete.

Fast Company profiled the Family Hub Refrigerator, which has a touch screen where users can shop for products from grocery stores and have them delivered to the home. 

The fridge also has cameras on the inside of it that take a photo each time the door is closed. The feature lets users know what needs to be added to the grocery list (or in this case, what needs to be selected from the touchscreen).

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