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December 27th, 2004

The next best thing in smart homes

The TV Refrigerator
This 21 cu.ft. refrigerator has a built-in 13-inch TFT-LCD TV monitor and radio. The product features a multiaperture flow cooling system that completely shuts off heat from the TV. Its antibacterial feature, the Biosilver and Bioshield, utilizes nano particles of silver that can prevent the growth of bacteria, fungi and molds.


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