Because actuators and proximity sensors ain't cheap, microdevices and programming however have become cheaper than dirt.
@Kliment Voroshilov, mine just dings after 30sec or so...... Good enough for me
@Kliment Voroshilov, true; because of the proliferation of IoT devices, WiFi modules and micro controller boards are now pennies on the dollar. Pretty soon the flys on men’s jeans will be IoT enabled...pinging your phone to let you know your dïcks out for Harambe and your kids will be IoT enabled to let you know you left it in your car. All to save you from shame.
Just put a door closing thingy on them like on my screen door
@Man with a Cat, a spring?
@I Are Lebo, never heard of it
Because the battery might spontaneously explode. It's normal
Because then it would need sensors in addition to the servo motors to make sure your kid ain't in the way.
“Oh we have one, but for some reason they’re only bought by demolition experts.”
Because something could be blocking the door from closing.
I'm actually halfway saved up to get myself one of these fancy samsung fridges.
Don’t worry, the ice maker will still stop working about a year in. It’s Samsung’s most reliable feature...