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Internet / MP3 Fridge - Internet / MP3 Fridge
Fri, January 14 2000 | 9:45PM | PermaLink Feedback?
A Korean firm, LG Electronics had put together a fridge (the Digital Dios refrigerator) which probably has more computing power then most librarys around you. In one of the newest tech trends you've probably heard to death anytime someone has mentioned the recent consumer electronics show in vegas, it is a true-to-life Internet Appliance. LG's digital refrigerator can access the Internet, view TV, play MP3's, send email and comes standard with a 15.1-in. color LCD screen and as a bonus, a LAN port. Expect to see it out in stores (in Korea) spring.
I think this 'system' would be an overclockers dream - A computer that comes standard with refrigeration. That's too much to resist ;-)
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