Internet Refrigerator Paper

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The new Internet home appliance line by LGE uses refrigerator as the gateway and other products can be connected to the Internet via PLC (Power Line Communication). With PLC, communication is possible through a standard power line without separate connections.The Internet refrigerator has embedded devices such as a computer and aliquid-crystal display (LCD) to provide Web-based information useful todaily life.Refrigerators are always turned on, ...view middle of the document...

The refrigerator makes extensive use of touch screens, a simplified graphics user interface, electronic pen and voice messaging for a user- friendly experience. Using these tools, consumers can check real-time price information on groceries; obtain tips on food, nutrition and recipes; be reminded of scheduled events; be informed when to change the refrigerator's filter, and learn cooking methods for products stored inside.The 26-cubic-foot refrigerator features a high-quality 15.1-inch TFT-LCD and its own LAN port to enable Internet surfing and shopping, as well as two-way videophone calls with friends and family. It can also be used for watching TV, listening to music and e-mailing messages to friends. In addition, a digital camera mounted on top of the LCD enables video messages and digital still photos to be created, exchanged and printed out.Refrigerators are always turned on, so Internet capabilities can beimmediately operative without a start-up procedure whenever a user wantsinformation from the Internet."The Internet refrigerator does more than just chill food and dispense ice cubes," said Kang. "Consumers can use the Internet refrigerator as a TV, radio, Web appliance, videophone, bulletin board, calendar and digital camera."

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