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Refrigerators with Cameras


Why Buy a Refrigerator With A Camera

Samsung, Dacor, and LG Refrigerators with Built-In Cameras

Why in the world would you want to buy a refrigerator with a built-in camera? GOOD QUESTION.

Below, we'll explore 3 appliance brands that currently offer refrigerators with cameras. The obvious answer to the question of putting a camera in your refrigerator is so that you can know what's inside.

The cameras not only take photos of the contents of your fridge, they're “smart cameras” that link with your smart phones so that you can view your refrigerator contents remotely. For example, when you're shopping you may want to check the status of your milk.

The Dacor, LG, and Samsung cameras can each let you view the contents of your refrigerator from your smart phone and much more. Here are just a few highlights to whet your appetite:


Dacor Columns

The Dacor column refrigerators are designed for the luxury refrigerator buyer who wants high tech with his or her luxury. The built-in cameras on the all new Dacor columns are just a highlight of the advanced features on these columns. Recently acquired by Samsung, Dacor is enjoying not just an infusion of resources, but also a healthy dose of advanced features completely new to the brand and to the luxury category in general. Their beautiful new column refrigerators are just one example. Ask your sales consultant at UAKC about the new Dacor Modernist line.


LG Smart Refrigerator

Korean manufacturer LG created quite a stir when they introduced an early edition of high tech refrigerators with a whopping $17,000 price tag back in 2002. But the pundits are not laughing off the current camera equipped and internet connected models that start at around $4,000.


Samsung Family Hub

The Samsung Family Hub refrigerator shares some of the same cool features as the LG, but there are enough differences between the LG and Samsung for potential buyers to debate whether the cool computer on the door of the Samsung is better than the also cool knock twice to view the inside of your fridge without opening the door feature on the LG. Personally, I'm a big fan of being able to flip a switch and turn one of the freezer compartments on the Samsung to a refrigerator compartment if the need arises.

To find out more about getting one of these high tech refrigerators contact the experts at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center today.

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June 03, 2017
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