SEOUL (AFP) – South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Thursday unveiled a hi-tech alternative to the fridge magnet — a refrigerator with Internet access that can display family photos or recipes on a screen. The door of the “Zipel e-Diary” features a 10-inch (25 cm) touch screen equipped with locally developed wi-fi software, allowing users to monitor Internet news and weather and store or display pictures and data. It also can send and receive pictures from mobile phones. The Zipel e-Diary, priced at 2.49 million won (2,174 US dollars), targets domestic consumers and Samsung has no immediate plan to sell it abroad.
Yes, I’m SMH at this mess. There’s absolutely no need for this.