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New Refrigerator Has Built-in Digital Photo Display

Updated on December 30, 2007

Is your refrigerator hiding somewhere under a mass of photographs and drawings held in place by magnets? Refrigerators have long been the place that family's choose to display images they want to see on a regular basis. With the prevalence of digital cameras and photographs, it was only a matter of time before digital image technology made it's way to the family fridge.

Whirlpool has taken the integration of digital technology and kitchen appliances to the next level. The Whirlpool centralparkTM connection refrigerator is literally designed for a digital photo frame, which is sold separately. The fridge includes built in plug and play technology that is designed specifically to display a digital frame from CEIVA, the company credited with inventing digital photo frames. The frame included in the centralparkTM connection refrigerator has an eight inch high-res screen (LCD), and has a card reader built in. It's also wi-fi ready.

When you add this unique and innovative appliance to your kitchen, you can literally display thousands of pictures, on a rotating basis, via a single digital photo frame that is build in to your refrigerator. You can keep the family photos and memories in place, but get rid of the cluttered mess that has populated your refrigerator door for years.

This fridge offers homeowners a functional and elegant solution for displaying family photos in the kitchen without having to deal with paper, magnets, and clutter. With its stainless steel finish and built in digital technology, this appliance will coordinate seamlessly with any kitchen d├ęcor. Stainless appliances have a timeless elegance that makes them perfectly suited for every type of decorating theme, ranging from ultra-modern contemporary to rustic, and everything in between the two extremes.

There's no reason to be concerned about having trouble figuring out how to used the technology. The frame is designed to be user-friendly and easy to operate. It's on screen menu is intuitive, and even those with very limited computer skills won't have any trouble figuring out how to operate it. This amazing appliance allows owners to upload new images to the built-in digital display from their camera phones or via a wireless connection. It's easy to add new pictures whenever you want, providing an opportunity to continually change some or all of the images displayed.

When it's time to replace your current refrigerator, if you want to find a way to enjoy your own revolving digital photo slide show in your kitchen, you may want to give this appliance serious consideration.


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