I spent last week in San Jose for BlogHer 2014, which was a whirlwind of activity! During my time at the conference, I saw a lot of great booths – and the one featuring Samsung Appliances had me thinking about a serious home upgrade!
On display was a mock-up kitchen featuring the Samsung Food Showcase Refrigerator as well as items from the Kitchen Samsung Chef Collection, which was developed based on the needs of world-class chefs – Oh la la! This line includes the Samsung Chef Collection Over-The Range (OTR) Microwave, the Samsung Chef Collection Slide In Range, the Samsung Chef Collection Dishwasher with WaterWall Technology, and the Samsung Chef Collection 4-Door Refrigerator. I could not believe how much space this fridge has, clocking in at a max capacity of 26.7 cubic feet!
Also big on storage capacity are the WA9000 top-load laundry pair and WF9100 front-load laundry pair, which could be found at the booth as well. The WF9100 set can wash and dry the equivalent of four loads of laundry in one wash – they had large comforters stored inside to show off just how much space these babies have!
And speaking of babies, one of Samsung’s newest innovations is the Baby Care Washer, a small unit perfect for delicate infant clothes and cloth diapers. To keep the cleaning theme going, they also showed off the Motion Sync Canister Vacuum and Motion Sync Upright Vacuum. I’ve always disliked canister vacuums, so I was impressed to see how they had designed this model to move smoothly and not fall over – this is literally not my parents’ vacuum! And, both the canister and upright can work on hardwood floors, which is what I have in most of my house. Hooray!
The amount of innovation that went into these high-tech appliances blew my mind. Every annoyance you’ve ever had with an appliance seems to have been addressed, along with some I’d never thought of before. So with all the time you’d save using more efficient appliances, Samsung wants to know: What would you do with 30 extra minutes a day? I stepped into their video booth to share what I might do:
So tell me, what would you do with 30 extra minutes per day?