• Samsung's new fridge will ping your
phone if you leave the door open
@internetofsh
why tf doesn't it just close the door
itself if it's so smart
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    • Smart refrigerators are the most useless things ever
      Kibly 26 jun
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    • Because its easier and cheaper to use a sensor and a chip than to design a functional self closing system that isn't bulky as shit
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    • new samsung smart fridge developed in partnership with bethesda will download skyrim on your fridge if you leave the door open too long
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    • Bc sending a msg over wifi is free, making a mechanism to close the door would cost a lot more than free.
      ugy1117 26 jun
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    • *New message from Samsung* “Is your refrigerator running?”
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    • You guys really let furry porn be tc?
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    • Well if it stays open for super long, and youre still there looking for things, then it could try to close on you. Which would be annoying and possibly dangerous. Idk just my hypothesis. There is probably a work around.
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    • it would scare the shit outta me when i’m crouching over the cheese drawer eating shredded cheddar cheese and the fucking door closes on me
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      FurryPorn 26 jun
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    • Because I don’t wanna be staring at the fridge for 2 minutes at 3 am just for it to close on me
      Inquire 26 jun
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    • Why is there furry porn
      NeroSky 26 jun
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    • So your fat ass can move more
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    • You could also save thousands and get a normal refrigerator that does the same thing. Only requirement is that you’re not a lazy piece of shit.
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    • Lol I can’t believe people are still refrigerating their food when you could just dig a deep hole to preserve your foods in XD Idiots am I right?
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    • Why don’t cars just defend themselves instead of having an anti burglar alarm
      TheSpoi 26 jun
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    • Sometimes it can’t if there’s something that’s blocking the door
      fuck_boy 26 jun
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    • Because what if you were putting groceries in or something that takes a long tome and as you reach in the fridge thinks you left the door open and slams on your hand. Kinda like how normal fridges beep when you know it’s open
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    • Like this comment so the furry porn isn’t top comment
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    • What if you're using the fridge and it just closes on you
      Tronix 26 jun
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    • So the reason why is because they would have to install something that could close the door making it more expensive to produce and would cause more issues than it would solve in most cases
      bichn 26 jun
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    • Having a smart fridge is like having a smart dining table chair.
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    • Great they turned the fridge into a Millenial
      Urbanxx 26 jun
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    • Actually, most refrigerator doors close by themselves. Not as well if the door has no weight on it
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    • Cause then it might close on you
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    • What kind of dumbass forgets to close the fridge?
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    • Auto closing fridge sounds like a good idea. If I was still in my business class I’d steal that. You better get the rights for that right noe
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    • Big brain
      Weird 26 jun
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    • Because it’s cheaper to code an api call to be sent to a phone
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    • "Foldable Samsung Fridge"
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    • Requires a motor which requires money
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    • Make it screem
      Franxx74 26 jun
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    • That would require safety measures and all the motors and software and shit related to that and drive up cost
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    • The water that comes from the refrigerator is a different type of good
      mela 26 jun
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    • Cuz what if you’re standing there loading food in it
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    • Your telling me you have never stuff so much food into your freezer it accidentally pops open? Or what if your, you know, looking for food? Would you want it closing on you just cause you indecisive?
      Kutline 26 jun
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    • To get you off your fatass I guess
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    • A fridge that closes its own door when you forget to fully close it would be awesome, and then it’ll ding if something is keeping the door open. EZ pZ
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    • I'm already annoyed with the beeping mine has when the door is left open. Sorry it takes me more than 60 seconds to put away groceries, empty ice, and gather ingredients. Oh and the sensors aren't able to detect if it is slightly cracked so it could be leaking tons of air and not beep at me
      fhaoepeh 26 jun
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    • That’d be a feature that’d make that refrigerator $6000 more expensive
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    • Need motor that takes money and space a simple machines for closing probably require gravity and would make it hard to open
      toiam 26 jun
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    • No no hes gotta point
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    • Because it would need proximity sensors. Forces sensors to detect something in it's way. Audible noise. A bunch of other safety stuff
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    • Because they won’t have anything to release in 5 years
      BlameGame 26 jun
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    • It might close on someone. Having an additional sensor for that costs money, and so does the motor, so maybe they didn't think people'd want to pay that much.
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    • Confidence Tip!! "Masters have failed more times than beginners have tried" you will fail at anything that is worth doing gentlemen. The strong Man will persevere. Think about the cost of inaction, what will you have if you do whatever is necessary? Only one way to find out, gentlemen!! :)
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    • It’d be way better if it was an iOS fridge
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    • My fridge just beeps after a while, easy enough right?
      HongDong 26 jun
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    • Me after it closes on my pp
      InfoMind 26 jun
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    • Don’t let porn bots get top comment
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    • Who the hell doesn’t close the door when your done looking through the fridge??
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    • QueenLoba 26 jun
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    • QueenLoba 26 jun
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    • It’s illegal to say
      Kebnezir 26 jun
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    • Imagine you bent over lookin for some shit way in the back of the fridge all of a sudden that cucumber you had on the door of the fridge is in your ass cause the door closed on its own
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    • Y’all leave fridge doors open??
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    • What if your trying to decide what to eat and get thrown across the room when it closes itself
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    • Because what if you're loading a whole bunch of shit in to it
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    • Mizusaki 26 jun
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    • Yur mom gae
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    • Broken finger lawsuits
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    • Probably because its trying tell us to quit being fucken lazy and clean our own mess. SadFace
      SB110 29 jun
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    • Me staring at the fridge empty debating if I want to eat the rest of the ketchup bottle. *Door closes and smashes my fingers*
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    • So kids and animals won't get pulled in.
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    • Because someones dumb kid will get their head stuck in it and ruin it for the rest of us with a lawsuit
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    • forreal though how is that not a feature nowadays tho. garages too
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    • You could make it better by making where you lose your phone it could ping your phone
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    • Smart products are for dumb owners change my mind
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    • Idk my fridge closes on its own regardless
      yooyosup 29 jun
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    • Send me nudes chat is open
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    • Or you know, people could not be lazy and close the refrigerator door but that’s just my opinion
      _Ying 28 jun
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    • Or hydraulics because thats decades old
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    • Samsung is letting apple do something first... instead of then coming up with it
      willy_121 28 jun
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    • My fridge isn’t smart at all but the door closes on its own
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    • Bc they want our fatass to get up
      LOLAGY 28 jun
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    • Imagine being super hungry but the fridge locked itself
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    • Ironic
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    • Controls engineer. Components are already in place for cell app coms. Refrigerators already have spring loaded hinges. If the door didn't close it's because something is blocking it or the hinge spring is worn ($12 new) and motorized hinges ($400) would get damaged or stall out due to door leverage
      aearly92 28 jun
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    • What if there's something blocking the door
      lan3_MHN 28 jun
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    • Just close the fucking door retard
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    • Your personal info thats why
      EvolAngel 28 jun
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    • Wow hahahaha
      BLZofOZZ 28 jun
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    • It be teaching your ass responsibility, and y’all have the audacity to call it out?
      KJ_Malice 28 jun
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    • Hey dipshits, why don't you shut the fuck up before you realize that it's for if something is preventing the door from closing.
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    • An small hydraulic pump could get the job done easily
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    • Because it could be open due to an obstruction.
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    • That would take some mechanical parts whereas the already built in cpu and software can easily send out a ping
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    • How many people leave their fridge open?
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    • Maybe because it would scare the shit outa people in the middle of the night
      Imdelta5 28 jun
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    • Imagine your in bed living alone and you get a ping in the middle of the night
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    • It would close on me trying to decide what the hell i want for dinner
      elibely97 28 jun
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