LG's Panorama Becomes World's First High-def Fridge

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I'm not sure why you'd want a fridge with an HD display, but if you've got the $3999 to spare, the LSC27990 (aka the Panorama) is the first fridge to be graced with an high-def telly.

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The 15-inch display has its own ATSC tuner and next to it is a secondary display that shows weather, calendars, or your own photos (which you upload via the fridge's USB port). That's a lot of tech for a fridge, especially when all you keep inside is leftover pizza and TV dinners.

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Hmmm...if the thing just had a set of cameras inside, it could show you the fridge contents on that monitor. Then, when you needed to get something out of that foodpile inside (or you couldn't decide what you wanted to have for a snack), you could first pinpoint it on the monitor, then be super quick about opening the door, grabbing it, and re-closing. The theory would be that it'd save energy by letting less cold air out and warm air in....of course it wouldn't really work.