You know the feeling... you come home ravenous and open the fridge, only to be confronted with an out-of-date yogurt, a brown lemon and a Tupperware container of unidentifiable furry leftovers.
Set an expiration date on its LCD screen as you put groceries or leftovers away and it'll remind you when they need to be eaten.
It also runs the Evernote app, so you can add to your shopping list while your partner is at the supermarket and it will update the list on their smartphone accordingly. We have to admit, we like the idea of sending them out for a pint of milk, then sneakily adding extra items until they're unwittingly doing the entire weekly shop.
And that weekly shop might work out cheaper than usual, as you can expect coupons to pop up on the fridge's screen from time to time.
The T9000 isn't available in the UK yet, but when it does launch, we'll be first in the queue. Now, if it could just do the cooking for us, too...
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