CNET First Look
Samsung's Family Hub takes a trip across the pondThe smart fridge with the tablet trims down for its debut in Europe.
[MUSIC] Hey. I'm here in Berlin at the IFA Trade Show taking a look at the European version of the Samsung Family Hub fridge. Just like the American version, this fridge has a 21.5 inch touch screen. You can use it to track expiration dates on your grocery. You use it to play music Think your calendar with your family and doing number of other cool smart functions including TV mirroring and even some smart home controls. We really liked the Samsung family hub when we reviewed it a couple of months ago. We found this smart, attractive, and appealing. And it's a good fridge to boot. Like the American version, this one has three cameras pointed at your groceries inside, which you can check on remotely at the grocery store, which is nice and convenient. The big difference, as you can tell, it's much smaller. The American version has four doors, and it's a behemoth on the inside. This one's more tailored For the European market. It's a trim. Hopefully that means they trim the place weil. The Samsung family home we reviewed cost $5,600 and up. We'll see what this one costs when it hits the market later this year. [SOUND]