Kogan has announced that it is getting into the white goods and built-in kitchen appliances game. Seeing as the company already sells pretty much everything else, we're not particularly surprised by this new development.
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Most of us have a range of white goods in our homes. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, common appliances include refrigerators (in 99.9 per cent of homes), washing machines (97.8 per cent) and air conditioners (74.0 per cent). Just over half of Australian households have a dishwasher, and a similar number have a clothes dryer.
These white goods provide a host of benefits, such as reducing waste, improving comfort, helping us avoid health hazards such as rotten food, or simply freeing up our time to do other things. But they also have significant environmental impacts, and it’s important to consider these when using and choosing white goods.
Last year, Samsung embedded a giant tablet in the front of a fridge and called the fridge smart. People kind of bought it, and there was much hype. This year Samsung is hoping that some software updates to that fridge tech will set it apart. But it won't. Instead, the Samsung smart fridge must suffer. Because LG one-upped Samsung and made Windows and Android refrigerators.