The Samsung T9000 LCD Four-Door Refrigerator was unveiled this week at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013 in Las Vegas.
Billed as the "home entertainer's ultimate refrigerator", the 32 cubic feet fridge runs the Linux operating system and features a built-in, 10-inch LCD touchscreen display.
The new appliance supports a range of applications, including calendar and weather apps, along with cloud-based note-taking app Evernote, enabling consumers to "share photos, videos, and even recipes with family and friends".
Any notes taken on the fridge via Evernote can also be synced to a range of devices, including Windows PCs, Macs and Chromebooks, along with Android, iOS devices and Windows Phone devices. The screen can also run photo and recipe apps.
Elsewhere, the fridge offers 25.5 cubic feet of fresh food storage and 6.1 cubic feet of freezer capacity.
It also features Samsung's triple cooling system that maintains commercial grade humidity levels in the fresh food compartments using two compressors, three evaporators and an array of sensors. This system is claimed to keep food fresh for longer.
Samsung has said that the T9000 will cost $4,000 (£2,500), and will be available in selected markets from this spring.
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