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DR DESIGNER RANGES


here is a growing trend for connectivity when it comes to domestic appliances and this is set to continue, by 2028 we anticipate that most people will own a smart fridge. The kitchen will continue to be the organisational hub but instead of magnets and notes all over the fridge doors there will be interactive touchscreens where you can binge on your favourite series and watch the football while making dinner. We’re there with the Family Hub fridge; you can order food to your door, listen to the radio and screen-mirror from your phone. It won’t be long until you’ll be having full conversations with your fridge to find out what ingredients you have available.





Comment by Nick Bevan Head of Product Management, Samsung Electronics UK


Connected Kitchen T


With varying dietary requirements on the increase, meal time will also become more complex than cooking one dish for the full family and oven innovations are set to solve this. The new Samsung Dual Cook Flex has a “flexible door” that gives you independent access to the upper oven without losing heat and compromising cooking performance in the lower. You can even set two different temperatures and times for each compartment. We’re already seeing the effect of Wi-Fi on appliances in the Dual Cook Flex too, as you can conveniently start preheating the oven and remotely monitor and control cooking conditions while on the go via the SmartThings app. By 2028, we’ll be seeing this roll out across all appliances. ‘’


32 BKU MAY 2018


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