|This undated handout photo released by Samsung Electronics in Seoul on March 4, 2010 shows its new refrigerator the Zipel e-Diary that features a 10-inch (25 cm) touch screen equipped with locally developed wi-fi software.|
South Korea's Samsung Electronics Thursday unveiled a hi-tech alternative to the fridge magnet -- a refrigerator with Internet access that can display family photos or recipes on a screen.
The door of the "Zipel e-Diary" features a 10-inch (25 cm) touch screen equipped with locally developed wi-fi software, allowing users to monitor Internet news and weather and store or display pictures and data.
It also can send and receive pictures from mobile phones.
The Zipel e-Diary, priced at 2.49 million won (2,174 US dollars), targets domestic consumers and Samsung has no immediate plan to sell it abroad.