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Family Hub 2.0 Refrigerators will be on display at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. This brand-new line of smart fridges will allow you use voice commands to access certain functions.

Samsung’s new Smart refrigerator, Family Hub 2.0, is an improvement over Family Hub 1.0 that was first introduced last year.  Family Hub 1.0 debuted at CES 2016 with features that included touchscreen, inside cameras, apps, and a $6,000 price tag.
Here we are one year later and the Family Hub 2.0 has arrived.  Byung-Sam Seo, President of Home Appliances at Samsung Electronics, had this to say, ““After just one year of availability, the Family Hub has transformed the concept of the connected kitchen by enabling users to order and manage grocery shopping, connect with family and friends, and access entertainment right from the comfort of their kitchen,”.


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As a result of the success of Family Hub’s four initial models last year, there will now be six new models available. Family Hub 2.0 will be available across a full range of Samsung’s popular 3-Door and 4-Door French Door models as well as the existing 4-Door Flex lineup, allowing consumers to choose the refrigerator that is best suited for their family needs.
One of the outstanding new features is Samsung’s advanced voice technology that allows users to issue voice commands to access information such as the weather and time, create and edit shopping lists and order groceries online, manage to-do-lists as well as calendar schedules, in addition to controlling various other apps. You can even have your Family Hub 2.0 read out a recipe as you cook that gourmet meal.
“Taking flexibility and functionality to a whole new level, the Family Hub 2.0 is entirely about helping consumers better manage as well as enjoy their lives.”
 

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 “Taking flexibility and functionality to a whole new level, the Family Hub 2.0 is entirely about helping consumers better manage as well as enjoy their lives.”
With the Family Hub 2.0, usability, as well as food management, has been significantly enhanced through expanded and intuitive app integration. For example, users can determine which food items need to be replenished through the internal View Inside cameras. Images of those items can then be added to the shopping list feature, and conveniently ordered through the Groceries by MasterCard app. In addition, the Recipe app, powered by AllRecipes, features recipe readout and enlarged text to make it easier for users to multi-task in the kitchen as well as access recipe content from diverse countries around the world.




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