ChillHub Refrigerator: A Smart Fridge That Runs Ubuntu – Photo Gallery
Hello everyone, how are you all doing today? I hope you are all having a wonderful day? Here at the office? Not so much but I will explain that in my next post. Anyway, we today I can smile a bit because we have a new product that I think a lot of you might be interested in, read on…
ChillHub Smart Fridge
“A smart refrigerator with USB capabilities plus WiFi connection. This will give us a platform to create awesome new add-on products like a butter softener compartment, food scale/weight sensor, deodorizer, auto-fill water pitcher, temperature modules, baby bottle IR, external speakers, voice control, etc.
Developed by FirstBuild community members, ChillHub is not only a refrigerator, but an open development platform designed for makers, hackers, tinkerers and developers.
FirstBuild community members continue to collaborate on products and features to customize and create new uses for their refrigerators. ChillHub, an 18 cubic foot top freezer refrigerator, will retail for $999 and can be ordered through FirstBuild.com. Limited pre-orders will also be available at an early-bird price of $799.
ChillHub is the infrastructure to be able to connect devices inside your refrigerator to be visualized on your smartphone and the internet,” said Natarajan Venkatakrishnan, director of GE FirstBuild. “FirstBuild’s approach to open innovation makes it possible for the online community to help us conceive and design products that people want, and speed them to market.”
– By FirstBuild
ChillHub Fridge Photo
ChillHub Fridge Video
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