Upgrade your life with a Wi-Fi enabled refrigerator featuring a brilliant 8" touchscreen that puts access to apps at your fingertips. Check the morning weather, browse the web for recipes, explore your social networks or leave notes for your family—all from the refrigerator door.
A different way to put it, is: When Linux is in your refrigerator, you have Network Attached Storage.
Besides offering digital temperature control and the application for managing groceries (tells you when your milk has expired.) It includes the following applications when connected to your WIFI internet.
- Google Calendar
- Weatherbug - a weather information app.
- Internet Radio
- Picasa Photos - For sharing photographs
- Memo - a note taking app
- And a recipe App for cooking
If the refrigerator sounds like an android app, this may because some of the QT developers working on the fridge had mobile device experience.
Users on reddit were surprised that the refrigerator had a screen listing GNU licenses used by the fridge. Listing licenses is not required by the GPL, but is very convienient for tech geeks. It showcases just how much free software is used by this appliance.
The refrigerator sports an ARM CPU by Marvel with 256MB of RAM, 512MB of ROM.