One of the most recent trends in refrigerators is adding cameras inside to let you know what is inside your refrigerator. Some manufacturers also have the low-tech solution of having a window on the door. We’ll take a look (joke intended) below. The low tech window solution means that you have to be standing in front of your fridge to see what is inside, while the camera solution lets you check the refrigerator contents while you’re in the grocery store or elsewhere:
Window in the door refrigerators
Sub Zero has at least two versions of full-sized refrigerators with windows in the door which offer a view of what is inside. The Grand Pro 48 Refrigerator and the 36″ Single Door Refrigerator with window. Both refrigerators are leaders in their class.
The Grand Pro is a unique refrigerator which has the appearance of a refrigerator that you might find in the back of a restaurant. As you can see, it’s a large 48″ wide refrigerator, and one of the upper doors has a see through window so you can view what’s inside. The 36″ built-in glass door all refrigerator, BI-36RG has a full length window giving you view of the entire contents.
Neither of these refrigerators have built-in cameras, but you can look at the contents to your heart’s content as long as you are standing in the kitchen.
The new Frigidaire Professional refrigerator with a glass door is opaque, until you stand in front of it. Motion detectors magically sense your presence and activate the interior lights that let you see the refrigerators contents. Again, no cameras, so you’ll need to take our own photos with your own camera if you want to archive the fridge’s contents.
LG has a smart refrigerator sporting some of the high-tech features you’ll find on the Samsung below. My research did not reveal that this product has internal cameras that let you check the contents remotely. What it does have is an opaque front that turns into a see through window when you knock twice on the door.
Cameras Inside Refrigerators
The following refrigerators have cameras inside so that you can see what is inside by using a compatible smart phone.
This high-tech beauty has multiple cameras that can be accessed by your smartphone when you go shopping. There’s even a feature that lets you mark your products expiration dates for retrieval so you can check experation dates while at the grocery store. Clever.
Recently purchased by Samsung, is it any wonder that Dacor’s new column refrigerators also have cameras built-in?
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