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A Fridge With An Integrated Keurig Machine? GE’s Got That


We have spent the last decade seeing once independent devices slowly converge into one; the calculator, altimeter, telephone, music player, handheld gaming device, digital camera, and more were once standalone products. They are now just a part of a smartphone. Well, it’s conceivable that the same thing could happen with our home appliances, and the first few steps in that direction can be seen in GE’s new Café French Door refrigerator. It looks just about the same as a regular fridge, but comes with an integrated Keurig brewer in the door. Simply pop a K-cup into the receptacle, and the LCD touchscreen will present you with the familiar brewing options that the standalone machines normally give you. A minute later and voila, fresh brewed coffee! GE’s connected fridge also allows you to set brewing times through an application, so that water can be pre-heated the moment you wake up, ready to infuse your morning brew without a moment’s wait.

Seeing as fridges also already make ice, it’s tempting to imagine a future where they also gain something like microwave capabilities. Heck, we can even envision a fridge with a toaster… Or maybe we’re just getting carried away. In any case, the Café French Door refrigerator will go for $3,300 and be available around Fall.


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There’s Nothing Puzzling About This Rubik’s Cube Mini Fridge

Rubik’s Cube Mini Fridge I’ve never mastered the skill of solving Rubik’s cubes, but there should be nothing puzzling about this Rubik’s Cube mini fridge. It’s basically a larger-than-life version of a typical (unsolved) Rubik’s cube. Pull on the discrete handle at the side to reveal the insides of the fridge that can fit up to nine cans of stacked soda cans.

Of course, the exterior doesn’t actually turn, so it will remain unsolved forever–or until you replace it. The fridge also comes with a warm and cool setting, so you can use it to keep stuff like leftovers warm and drinks cool.

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TARDIS Mini Fridge Has Unlimited Space for a Lifetime’s Supply of Fish Fingers and Custard

TARDIS Mini Fridge

Doctor Who is the only doctor who never really ever dies. That’s because whenever he’s on the verge of death (and eventually dies), he regenerates and comes back to Earth with a new face, a new personality, and a whole new set of odd quirks and weird preferences. He’ll still have his trusty sonic screwdriver and TARDIS, of course, but aside from that, everything changes.

Including his favorite food. If you follow the show closely, then you’ll know that the eleventh reincarnation (that’s the present Doctor Who) loves chomping down fish fingers and custard. Knowing him, he’ll probably want to hoard a lifetime’s supply of his favorite grub in his trusty fridge. And since he’s the Doctor, there’s only one refrigerator that can meet his needs: the TARDIS Mini Fridge.

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This Is A $40,000 Fridge

For the same amount of money that buys a pretty nice car, you can get a fridge instead. Of course, when fully decked out at $40,500 the Meneghini La Cambusa refrigerator does a few more things than to keep the turkey frozen until Thanksgiving. Looking nothing like a fridge, the modular design lets you customize the various options to your heart’s content. With the “all-dressed” option, aside from a gigantic fridge and freezer compartment, you get “space for a coffee maker, a fitted pantry or a double pantry, an ice-maker, a microwave oven, a steam oven and multi-function oven.” The exterior surface is “treated in 3 aniline colours (ebony effect, pomegranat and colonial), [and is an] ash dyed aged oak or a lacquered ash in various Ral and Woodcolor Sayerlack colours.” We… don’t understand what any of that means, but hey, solid wood doors! The La Cambusa is 8ft. across and a little over 7ft. tall, and heaven knows just how heavy.

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