The 32 cu. ft. capacity Samsung T9000 Four-Door Refrigerator is the next evolution in refrigerator design and it’s the ultimate kitchen appliance for home entertainers.
Not only does it have a 10-inch LCD display with the Evernote app built into the Linux-based OS, so the connected household can quickly update a shopping list when looking in the fridge or pull up recipes to reference while milling about the kitchen, but it’s also possible to share photos, videos, and even recipes with family and friends. The LCD display includes calendar and weather apps, and more, to help families stay organized and connected in the kitchen.
The 9000’s Triple Cooling system ensures optimal temperature and humidity control in each of the fresh food zones with the help of two compressors, three evaporators and an array of sensors to keep produce fresher longer. Sadly Samsung has not announced pricing or availability yet for the LCD version, but the touchscreen-less edition of the T9000 will set you back $4,000 when it ships this spring.
Available in late Spring 2013 for an MSRP of $3,999, www.samsung.com