Many of the inventions and technical innovations that were shown off this year at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show had a world wide appeal, according to Marcio Alaor of the BMG Bank. As the vice president of one of Brazil’s leading commercial finance companies, Marcio Alaor provides consistent commentary regarding the economic and business world.
The tech industry is a large part of this world. Because of this, Marcio Alaor recently gave a report discussing some of the major inventions that were launched at the Consumer Electronic Show and their impact on the growing economic state.
One of the most talked about product launches of the Consumer Electronics Show was the launch of the improved Smart Refrigerator models by several leading home goods developers. The refrigerators were referred to as the Fridge of the Future by many tech enthusiasts who attended the event.
The primary refrigerator model was launched by Samsung, and was an advanced version of the 2015 model that had previously been released. This refrigerator has been labeled as cutting edge by tech news review magazines for its ability to connect a consumer’s entire home wireless internet system to the refrigerator’s systems. This development will make the product a major contender when it is released to the general public later this year.
OMG upload in theier bid to interview him gathered that Marcio Alaor described the new Samsung series refrigerator as an all in one food service system that will create an extremely competitive market upon its release. The refrigerator has actually been designed to function as the digital command center for consumers.
The smart refrigerator gives users the options to create and plan calendar events on its digital screen, order groceries online via an installed app on the digital panel, keep records of the supply of every food item in the kitchen, virtually detect low levels of water, juice, and other beverages, and even stream music directly from a smart phone.
The capabilities of this refrigerator are seemingly limitless. Marcio Alaor discussed the major ramifications that a product of this magnitude can have on the home appliance market during his review of the Consumer Electronics Show.
He predicts that this development will have a positive influence on industry trends in the future and cause more sophisticated and expensive models to be developed. More information about the electronics show, its product launches, and Marcio Alaor OMG of the BMG bank can be found by viewing his original published article here.